Federal Union

Federal Union  is a Pro-European British group launched in November 1938, to advocate a Federal Union of Europe as a post-war aim. The founders of the organization were Charles Kimber (1912-2008),  [1]  Derek Rawnsley and Patrick Ransome .  [2]  Other Noted members of Federal Union included Harold Wilson , Barbara Wootton , CEM Joad , Stephen King-Hall and Philip Kerr, 11th Marquess of Lothian .  [2]  In 1940 the group set up at the Federal Union Research Institute (FURI), chaired by William Beveridge, to discuss the direction of post-war European integration . Attracted FURI contributors from across the political spectrum, Including FA Hayek , JB Priestley , HN Brailsford , Lionel Robbins and Arnold Toynbee .  [3] Read More…

European Young Conservatives

The  European Young Conservatives  (  EYC  ) is a grouping of youth wings of conservative and center-right political parties in Europe.

As of 2014, the group has a membership of 26 political youth organizations from 22 different countries and territories, in addition to four associated members. The EYC is independent and not affiliated with any European political party , but maintains a non-exclusive relationship with the Alliance of Conservatives and Reformists in Europe (formerly known as the  European Conservatives and Reformists  ). Read More…

European Free Alliance

The  European Free Alliance  (  EFA  ) is a European political coalition that consists of various regionalist  [2]  [3]  political parties in Europe. Members parties advocate for full political independence and sovereignty , or some form of devolution or self-governance for their country or region.  [4]  The alliance has limited its membership to progressive parties;  [5] therefore, only a fraction of European regionalist parties to the EFA. Read More…

European Economic Senate

The  European Economic Senate (EES)  is a neutral and independent body of companies and represents European business interests. The EES with its national sections in six EU-countries was founded in 2003. EES-President is the former Vice-President of the European Parliament , German conservative politician Dr. Ingo Friedrich . Read More…

European E-government projects

European E-government projects  are best practice between municipal governments. Arising out of a national strategy for local e-government, the 22 National Projects offer effective, cost effective, standard products, services and implementation services with which to build effective e-services tailored to their individual needs. ” Read More…

European colonialism

European colonialism  refers to the worldwide colonial expansion of European countries, which began in the early modern period , c. 1500. Following up on the various medieval European colonizing crusades in the Levant and in the Baltic region , states such as Russia , Portugal , Spain , the Netherlands , France and Britainestablished colonial spheres of influence, most notably in Africa , India and southeast Asia , and the Americas . Read More…

European charter for men and women in local life

The Council of European Municipalities and Regions launched in May 2006 to  European charter for equality of women and men in local life  . This charter is addressed to the local and regional governments of Europe, who are invited to sign it, to make a formal statement of commitment to the principle of equality of women and men , and to implement, within their territory, the commitments set out within charter. Read More…

European Bureau for Lesser-Used Languages

The  European Bureau for Lesser-Used Languages  (  EBLUL  ) was a non-governmental organization that was set up to promote linguistic diversity and languages . It was founded in 1982 and discontinued in 2010. The organization HAD close ties with Both the European Parliament and the Council of Europe , and Was funded by Both the European Commission and local and regional Governmental organizations. Read More…

European Audiovisual Observatory

The  European Audiovisual Observatory  was set up by the Council of Europe as a Partial Agreement. Its legal basis is Resolution (92) 70 of the Committee of Ministers of the European Council of Europe, 15 December 1992. The idea for the Observatory originated at the European Audiovisual Assizes in 1989, and was actively pursued by Audiovisual Eureka during the years 1989 to 1992. Read More…

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