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The 2018 European Social Innovation Competition, RE:THINK LOCAL, launched today at Station F in Paris. This year’s edition of the competition will award €150,000 to ideas that take a place-based approach to developing solutions that support young people to participate in the economy.
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The Polish parliament is proceeding a ban on abortion in Poland. The current law in Poland is one of the most restrictive in the world, banning abortion except for 3 cases: when pregnancy is a result of a crime (rape, incest), when woman's life or health is in danger and when the foetus is irreparably damaged.
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În timp ce UE începe discuțiile cu privire la noul Cadru Financiar Multianual, Civil Liberties Union for Europe prezintă două propuneri pentru protejarea valorilor europene: un model de condiționalitate a fondurilor europene și un nou fond pentru sprijinirea ONG-urilor din UE.
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On 3 March, Cas Mudde wrote for the Guardian that the Italian elections << are at least as much about the dysfunction of the EU as they are about the dysfunction of Italy>>. While the electoral results surprised many, the heavy defeat of Matteo Renzi’s Democratic Party, and the defeat of Silvio Berlusconi’s Forza Italia as leader of the right-wing coalition confirm its prediction.
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Deţinuții încarcerați nu au dreptul de a fi invoiți din penitenciare în situația unui deces in familie.
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Plenul Comisiei de la Veneţia a adoptat poziţia sa cu privire la textul proiectului legii de modificare şi completare a Ordonanţei Guvernului nr.26/2000 cu privire la asociaţii şi fundaţii, iniţiat la începutul anului 2017 de deputatul Liviu Pleşoianu.
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As 2017 gave way to 2018, many in civil society found renewed purpose in striving to make democracy real, and demanding human dignity and justice. Read the State of Civil Society 2018 report here.
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Multilateral development banks have supported no fewer than 82 hydropower projects across southeast Europe, including in protected areas, according to a study by CEE Bankwatch Network released today.
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Marta Lempart, leader of the Polish Women’s Strike, for Civic Space Watch: We, the Poles, who do not agree with how current policy casts a pall over the Polish-Jewish relations developed over the years, we write to all of you who look at Poland today with disbelief, sadness or anger. We write because we want you to know that regardless of how radical and inappropriate the positions of Polish authorities or certain groups are, these are not the positions and views of us all. We ask that you keep current politics in perspective, although we know how difficult this may be.
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