Keep the EU Moving

March 30th, 2015 | by Giovanni COLLOT

Freedom of movement, one of the values at the heart of today’s EU, is a subject of current debate. If for some, it is still a valid principle, for others it needs serious rethinking. A deep analysis of its limits and advantages is needed


Towards intercultural cities

January 19th, 2015 | by Irena Guidikova, Council of Europe

The evolution of European society begins from a new paradigm. Through the intercultural approach, European cities are becoming new laboratories for effective, innovative and fair forms of integration


Crossroad of Europe and Belgian Melting Pot

December 22nd, 2014 | by Jérémy JENARD

Brussels is often nicknamed as the ‘European crossroad’. But does it really deserve it? UNITEE discussed the issue of migrant inclusion and diversity with Mohamed Ouriaghli, alderman at the City of Brussels.


The Big 5: Five popular New Europeans of 2014

December 18th, 2014 | by Laura BAEYENS

It is International Migrants Day! UNITEE jots down five of the most popular New Europeans in Europe this year, in the field of politics, business, arts and literature, entertainment, and sports



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