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Just the Facts – Poland’s New President

On Sunday 24 May 2015, 51.6% of Poland’s electorate voted to elect newcomer Andrzej Duda as their new President. Mr Duda of the Law and Justice Party (PiS), had narrowly defeated the incumbent, Bronisław Komorowski, in the first round but did not gain the 50% needed to win the election […]

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Jobs & Internships in Europe – 21/05/2015

Welcome to this week’s Jobs and Internships in Europe blogpost. If you’re not already on our mailing list, you can sign up here to receive these opportunities by email every Thursday. Please note that European Movement Ireland cannot accept applications for any of the opportunities detailed below. The best of luck in your job […]

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Just the Facts – Commissioner Katainen’s visit to Dublin

On Thursday 21 May, European Commission Vice-President for Jobs, Growth, Investment and Competitiveness, Jyrki Katainen, will be the keynote speaker at the European Citizens dialogue event at the Dublin Convention Centre: ‘Investing in Europe’s Future – Digital Opportunities for Ireland’. This visit to Dublin is just one stop in Katainen’s […]

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Just the Facts – New Cabinet of the United Kingdom

Following last Thursday’s UK General Election, won by the Conservative Party, David Cameron has quickly installed his new Cabinet. The Conservative Party won a total of 331 seats, giving the party a majority in the House of Commons. Prior to the election, the Conservatives had shared power with the Liberal […]

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