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Monthly Archives: March, 2022

Finnish MP wins on all charges in major free speech trial

All charges against Finnish Parliamentarian Päivi Räsänen and Bishop Pohjola are unanimously dismissed following high-profile free speech trialThe former Finnish Minister of the Interior,...

Benefits of reading books: Why you should read every day

ARTICLE by Thomas J Law What Are the Benefits of Reading Books? Here are 10 benefits of reading that illustrate the importance of reading books. When...

A new Regional Programme for Southeast Asia and the Pacific takes form for 2022–2026

© UNODC Bangkok (Thailand), 30 March 2022 – Transnational organized crime and illicit trafficking continue expanding in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, threatening the health,...

Africa and its Diaspora – Overcoming the Injustices of Slavery Connections and Revivals

An African human rights and cultural development organisation, AIDO, has launched its most ambitious project yet – to bring the African continent closer to...

Carbon-Free Europe shows the European Union’s most feasible, cost-effective pathway to net-zero by 2050

BRUSSELS, BELGIUM, March 30, 2022 - New first-of-its-kind modelling commissioned by Carbon-Free Europe shows the European Union’s most feasible, cost-effective pathway to net-zero by...

‘Difficult months ahead’ in Ukraine, as deaths rise, along with global shortages

At least 1,100 civilians have been killed in a month of fighting in Ukraine, a senior UN humanitarian official told the Security Council on Tuesday, stressing that the conflict “shows no signs of abating.”

MEPs demand more action to protect EU budget from misuse

The EU needs tougher measures to protect its budget from misuse by political elites serving their own interests, according to a report to be...

Future of Europe: Conference debates proposals for EU action

As the Conference on the Future of Europe enters the final stages, a plenary took place on 25-26 March to examine concrete proposals. The Conference...

World football goes for goal, in aid of Ukraine

With the number of refugees fleeing Ukraine rapidly approaching four million, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) and the World Food Programme (WFP) on Wednesday launched a new emergency appeal, with an assist from some top football players who know firsthand what it’s like to flee for your life from a warzone.

AI and the Future of Europe – Conference in Brussels on the 30th of March

Renew Europe MEP Dragos Tudorache, chair of AIDA (Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in the Digital Age) and Parliament co-rapporteur on the AI Act,...

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