The European flag

Against the blue sky of the Western world, the stars represent the peoples of Europe in a circle, a symbol of unity. Their number shall be invariably set at twelve, the symbol of completeness and perfection. (Council of Europe. Paris, 7–9 December 1955). The history of the flag goes back to 1955. The Council of […]

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UNICEF and the EU

The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund was created to overcome the obstacles that poverty, violence, disease and discrimination took place in a child’s life. Thus, the international community is faced with increasingly complex humanitarian crises, working in emergencies and humanitarian contexts, both natural and man-made. Moreover the National Committees for UNICEF, work with UNICEF […]

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The right to personal data protection

The EU Charter of Fundamental Rights says that everyone has the right to personal data protection in all aspects of life: at home, at work, while shopping, receiving medical treatment, at a police station or in the Internet. This is a fundamental right for everyone in the EU and must be safeguarded. When users give […]

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