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The Holy Father’s first message on Twitter – @PONTIFEX

EuroGames 2012 Budapest – Out Proud and Loud!

On behalf of the European Parliament’s Intergroup on LGBT Rights, EP members Ulrike Lunacek and Kinga Goncz delivered a clear message to the LGBT communities in their speeches on the EuroGames 2012 Budapest opening ceremony. President Lunacek stressed in her encouraging speech: “Come out, out of the crowd and out of the closet. Out, proud … Continue reading

Did you know that?: the impact of blogging and social media is changing the entire media landscape…

The overall impact of blogging and social media upon the mainstream media and traditional journalism has also been acknowledged by the main media moguls and also by the governments. But does the internet and the servers has enough free capacity to store, handle and share billions of people’s staff? These we do not know yet. … Continue reading

Did you know that ? : Lady Jackson

Lady Jackson/Barbara Ward (1914-1981 ) was pioneer in the today’s well known and so important concept: „Sustainable Development”. She was the first who enlight and seed this idea into to the wild public in its today’s known context. Barbara Mary Ward (1914 – 1981), in later life Baroness Jackson of Lodsworth, was a British economist … Continue reading

Christos Anesti ~ Christ is Risen ~ Χριστός Ανέστη!

European Commission: The Accession Treaty has been signed – dobrodošli Croatia!

The Accession Treaty has been signed – Welcome Croatia! – Dobrodošli Croatia! Related articles Croatia signs up for EU (independent.co.uk) Centre-left poised to take power in Croatia (independent.co.uk) Croatia signs treaty to join EU (bbc.co.uk) Croatia opposition on track for election victory (marketwatch.com) Centre-left coalition leading early Croatia vote count (ctv.ca) Balkan Nations Knock on … Continue reading

Contemporary Misconceptions of the Democracy We Live In

In the past two weeks, two events have dominated the news coverage on the European continent. One was the new bailout deal agreed by the now removed Greek government with the European Union, especially through the help of Germany and France. The honorable attempt of Mr. Papandreu to call a referendum was quickly silenced and … Continue reading

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