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Cyber bullying: when bullying goes online
Thinking before drinking
Your rights and services to feel secure and safe
Know your basic rights
Consumer rights – do you know yours?
Is gender equality a reality?
Discovering the world beyond Europe
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Fighting human trafficking
How big is your water footprint?
Practical information about travelling in Europe
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Between 1 January and 1 July 2014 Greece holds the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the fifth time since the country joined the EU in 1981.
What better way to find a job than creating your own?
We know youth unemployment in Europe is high – but almost half of all job-finders in 2010 were 19 to 29. This means around 20 million young Europeans found a job in 2010. How can you be one of them?