The European Union regulates so-called “junk food” advertising, in order to protect children from exposure to harmful content. Its rules target food that are high in energy, saturated fats, trans-fatty acids, sugar and salt. This really translates as a massive distrust in parenting. It undoubtedly sounds terrible when we read the words “advertisements targeting children”. […]
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As students value higher education for credentials instead of knowledge, ghostwriting becomes a lucrative business.
I was a guest in The Innocents Abroad podcast run by my friend and colleague Yaël Ossowski. We spent 40 minutes in an hotel café in Vienna, philosophising about the politics and culture of this continent. Click down below to listen to the entire episode.
Click down below to see my latest video on EU Updates. I’m talking about the “Eramus+”-coordinated Jean Monnet programmes.
O ministro da Educação, Claude Meisch, afirmou recentemente numa entrevista ao Luxembourg Times que iria exigir às escolas internacionais que ensinassem luxemburguês aos seus alunos. Isto faz parte de um plano de coligação para reformar o sistema de ensino internacional e criar uma educação internacional pública acessível, de forma a promover a “coexão social”.
Der neue Präsident der ACEL, Pascal Thinnes, über seine Pläne und Kritikpunkte Pascal Thinnes, 25 Jahre alt, wurde am vergangenen 26. Dezember bei der Generalversammlung der Studierendenorganisation ACEL (Association des Cercles d’Étudiants Luxembourgeois) zum neuen Präsidenten ernannt. Die ACEL vertritt rund vierzig Studentenkreise quer durch Europa und sogar darüber hinaus, und über diesen Weg mehr […]
In light of the yellow vests protests in France, president Emmanuel Macron has made a number of concessions to the movement. However, the people involved in the Gilets jaunes demonstrations aren’t likely to be helped by those measures.
One-hundred-and-seventeen million euros. That’s the amount of money Luxembourg’s taxpayers contribute to subsidise students who, under certain conditions, pursue a degree in higher education. This system of providing people with generous grants has been applied in the Grand Duchy for many years now, and is a consequence of a policy that began in France under […]
Be it municipal children’s councils or national youth organizations: the effort to promote children in politics is ongoing. To nobody’s surprise, the kids reach the exact conclusions that the adults want them to reach.