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gallery iconDemining in Croatia in figures
The 1990s conflict in Croatia continues to bring dramatic consequences. In fact, every year the mines that have not yet been cleared cause new victims. Huge funds from EU cohesion policy...
video iconProgramming the EU Cohesion Policy: Exchange Programme on Chapter 22 in Serbia and in Montenegro
The webinar aims to discuss the role played by regional policy in the context of EU integration of the Western Balkans. It will also provide an overview of the work done in strengthening...
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The project, financed with EU cohesion funds and concluded in 2022, developed along six thematic areas: the political meaning of the Danube, nature, Roman heritage, culture and architectu...

Greece, fires and responsibility

In the controversial trial for the disastrous fire that destroyed the Moria refugee camp on the island of Lesvos, which ended with a conviction, the defence used new scientific data on the fragility of ecosystems to the threat of fire

Georgia: why the “Foreign Agents” law now?

The ruling party “Georgian Dream” acts on the basis of the obsessions of its founder, billionaire Bidzina Ivanishvili, who sees threats to his interests coming from the West and from a potential change of government. The risk is an authoritarian turn, not a pro-Russian course

Greece, historic legalisation of same-sex marriages

Greece has made history by becoming the first Orthodox-majority country to legalise same-sex marriage. A step that comes after a long journey, marked by strong opposition from the Church and conservative forces in the country

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In 30 of Europe's biggest cities, streets named after women make up only 9 per cent of the streets dedicated to individuals. The imbalance has started to narrow in some places, but progress is too slow: at this rate, it would take centuries to really close the gap.

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EU cohesion policy and 6 South-Eastern European countries: figures, factsheets, and qualitative analyses to show the results achieved to date - and what remains to be done 


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