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'What Europe does for me' new website

On 14 November, The European Parliament launched its website “What Europe does for me”, designed by the European Parliamentary Research Service, in collaboration with its Communication and Translation Services.

It is an interactive and multilingual website that contains a number of short, easy-to-read texts intended to make known the European Union (EU) activity and its impact on citizens, both in their daily lives and in the areas in which they live, with the European elections of May 2019 in mind.

In the section “In my Region”, you can see detailed information on 1,400 regions and European places, where you can find 70 information sheets on Spain (regions, provinces, cities and isles).

Under the heading "In my life", around 400 texts are grouped around different topics, such as work, health, food, family, consumer protection and travels, among others.

The third section, "In Focus", still in progress, offers longer documents that address in greater depth the EU policies and possible future actions in specific areas (culture, environmental protection, energy security, etc).

Latest edition of "The ABC of EU law"

The legal order created by the European Union shapes our political life and society. Individuals are not merely citizens of their country, town or district; they are also Union citizens. 'The ABC of EU law' by Prof. Klaus-Dieter Borchardt examines the roots of the European project and its development as a legal order, and is a definitive reference work on the subject. It is intended for interested readers who would like an initial insight into the structure of the Union and the supporting pillars of the European legal order.

The Bologna Process Implementation Report

How has the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) progressed since the Yerevan Conference
in 2015? The latest report "The European Higher Education Area in 2018:
Bologna Process Implementation Report” paints a broad picture of this ongoing process throughout its seven chapters from various stakeholders' perspectives.
Prepared for the European Ministerial Conference and held in Paris on 24-25 May 2018, this report explores the evolution of the EHEA from common key values to internationalization and mobility using qualitative information and statistical data.
The report also addresses the key commitments within the context of the EHEA (implementation of a 3-cycle degree structure, quality assurance and recognition), in addition to the other priorities identified Yerevan Communiqué
(teaching and learning, social inclusion and employability).
The report is the outcome of a close collaboration between the Bologna Follow-up Group (BFUG): Eurostat, Eurostudent and Eurydice.

The following organisations were also involved: European University Association, the European Students Union
and the European Quality Assurance Register for Higher Education.

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