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EYL40 goes global! Introducing our newest Young Leaders
For the first time in its history, the European Young Leaders' programme will welcome Young Leaders from North America and the MENA.
As the United States, under President Donald Trump, retreats from the global stage, the spotlight is on Europe and China.
European development policy has become mixed up with an often-caustic debate on migration, raising doubts over the best ways for the EU to cooperate with developing countries.
As the global refugee crisis continues, countries need to work together to create processes that place simple human dignity at the forefront.
Italy's announcement that it is no longer to accept shipwrecked refugees from rescue vessels registered elsewhere is a sharp reminder that the migrant crisis that burst open Europe two years ago is far from over.
It’s difficult to discern patterns of conduct in this rollercoaster world. Still, halfway through 2017 is a good a time as any to try and capture some vibes.
Friends of Europe's European Young Leaders programme (EYL40) is the only cross-sector programme for established young talent.
European Young Leader Souad Mekhennet's new book offers a unique look on the lines behind jihad.
The pendulum of public sentiment in Europe has swung from deepest gloom to something amounting to ‘EUphoria’.
The Good Lobby, a first of its kind skill-sharing community, was founded in 2015 by European Young Leader Alberto Alemanno.
The European Young Leaders Programme is now accepting nominations for the year 2018.
The topsy-turvy world of Western politics is providing an even more interesting spectacle to a watching world.