Free ELfR webinar We speak with Professor Peter Shirlow (FaCSS), Director at the University of Liverpool’s Institute of Irish Studies about the Northern Ireland Protocol and its future perspectives within a historical context. Moderated by: Geoff Corre and Piotr Azia
The numbers Oil and petroleum products 34.5% Natural gas 23.7% Renewables 17.4% Nuclear 12.7% Solid fossil fuels (mostly coal) 10.5% Other 1.2% EU Energy Mix (Source: Eurostat, beginning 2020) What’s striking is the strong presence of fossil fuels in the
What’s special about Europe and Aranjuez? I would say that culture is the most distinguishing aspect of Europe. And Aranjuez certainly has pride of place among the cultural highlights of Europe. A royal summer palace with extensive gardens, close to
On Friday 17th December, the Polish ruling party PiS unexpectedly passed legislation restricting press freedom, targeting the independent TV channel TVN, owned by the US company Discovery. The law is designed to compel Discovery to sell a majority stake in
The Human Rights day is an opportunity to celebrate achievements in the field, as we’ve made considerable progress since the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) was adopted by the UN General Assembly on 10th December 1948. It was the
Speaker: Geoff Corre, Locate InternationalModeration: Piotr Azia Feedback from the participants: “Wonderful presentation and very open-minded. Thank you so much.” “Very informative and interesting presentation.” “It was absolutely a high quality webinar with a speaker who knows his field very
Loud music in a bar or restaurant? A car driving around with loud, thumping music? A neighbour’s all-night party, ignoring the other people’s need to rest? Yes all of them, and lots more.
Noise impacts people’s health, and has social, environmental and economic consequences.
The Eurovision News Exchange, the first one of its kind, was agreed upon by European broadcasters and started on 28 September 1961.
The EVN has been operating continuously for the last 60 years, meeting every challenge since that day, as it continues doing it now, in a news environment moving ever faster. The Eurovision News Exchange linking since 1961 the newsrooms of public TV members, exchanges on average 120 news items a day and operates three channels for live news transmissions, covering events around Europe and the world.
Press freedom preserves the freedom of expression, while it underpins other freedoms. It’s the watchdog that, when done right, drags into the open the dirty secrets of the rich, corrupt and and the powerful – the Panama papers and the latest Pandora papers bear witness to the skill of the rich and powerful to cover their tracks, but also of investigative journalists to follow their tracks and expose their crimes.
The only way to get high quality, accurate news and editorial content, is to keep paying for our media consumption – because it’s also the only way we can demand, as paying clients, quality and honesty in reporting.