The values we ascribe to words determine how we communicate our messages and debate our positions.
“Today I’m being born,” a girl’s voice says off-screen as we watch harrowing images of heavily pregnant women about to give birth.
As European Ombudsman, Emily O'Reilly holds the EU’s institutions and bodies to account: recently, she has criticised the European Investment Bank for its handling of complaints over its investment in a mining project, as well as how the Commissio
It has been over three years since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union in June 2016.
A t 11:36am on August 14, 2018, the Morandi Bridge in Genoa collapsed, dragging with it 48 cars and heavy vehicles. Forty-three people died, 16 were injured and 10 were pulled alive from the rubble.
This issue of Communication Director will go to print shortly before the European Parliament elections due on 23-27 May. By the time you are likely to read these words, the immediate results of the elections will be well known.
The European Parliament elections in May this year promise to be decisive for Europe, with forecasts suggesting that anti-EU populist political parties will challenge the incumbent mainstream parties.
"The trust of the mass population can no longer be taken from granted, and any continuation of the 'grand illusion' is dangerous for leaders in today's world."
Worries over European democracy are certainly justified.
Europe is showing visible signs of progress: in most countries, labour markets are healthier than they have been in a decade, with more people in work than ever before, while social exclusion is declining.