The attack on Berlin – if anything, proof European Integration works

The recent tragedy that took place in Berlin has had political capital made out of it by all sorts. Some, like Nigel Farage or Geert Wilders, have pinned blame on Europe’s migration policies and particularly Angela Merkel’s Willkommenspolitik. pic.twitter.com/drbYbGGxg8 — Geert Wilders (@geertwilderspvv) 20 décembre 2016 Others, like UEF, have used the occasion to call for further Read more about The attack on Berlin – if anything, proof European Integration works[…]

What is the #GreatBritishImmigrant Campaign?

Following the EU referendum, we at YEM UK were certainly shocked and disappointed with the outcome of the result. This is not to say we all held the same view on the EU. We are an inclusive church, bringing together a number of different views on the role of the EU, the meaning of Europe, Read more about What is the #GreatBritishImmigrant Campaign?[…]

Public Statement on the Terror Attacks in Berlin

The Young European Movement UK Statement on the Berlin Terror Attacks December 2016 The Young European Movement UK wishes to extend its thoughts and condolences to the victims and their families of yesterday’s cowardly attack in Berlin. This attack echoes those of recent months and years across Europe, and so our statement shall broadcast the Read more about Public Statement on the Terror Attacks in Berlin[…]

Is it Time for a Social Europe?

By Chris Stenseth The European Union is at a crossroads. For about 60 years, there has been a seemingly never-ending integration process within the EU. Economically, our countries have come closer and created new bonds at an unprecedented rate, due to the effects of the single market and the four freedoms. However, this integration has Read more about Is it Time for a Social Europe?[…]

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