ETTW Conference-Providing education for European diasporas-Conclusions
The purpose of the conference, organised by ETTW (Europeans Throughout The World) and hosted by the European Committee of the Regions with the support of M. Borboly, rapporteur for ‘Modernising school and higher education’ as well as the ‘Youth Strategy’, was: raising the awareness in European Institutions of the importanceRead More
ETTW Educational Conference, hosted by the Committee of the Regions – Brussels March 7 th, 2018, 2-6 p.m.
Providing education for European diasporas – a joint challenge for EU and its Member States. How to preserve one’s roots, recognise learning outcomes, support mobility of students without losing talents? What is the role of regions, cities, networks of schools abroad? ETTW (Europeans Throughout The World, https://euromonde.eu) invites you to debateRead More
Want to vote online in the future ?
Internet voting will make it possible for European expats to exercise their democratic rights. That’s why we – the European NGO Europeans Throughout The World (ETTW) – have launched an ‘i-voting’ crowdfunding campaign. We speak out for the millions of European citizens living in another country than their own. OurRead More
Crowdfunding for internet voting
The European NGO, Europeans Throughout The World will soon be launching a crowdfunding campaign to introduce internet voting for European expats all over the world. Almost 80 million Europeans live and work in a country other than their country of origin. Most of them have the right to vote in bothRead More
ETTW to launch campaign for i-voting
Many expatriates have the right to vote both in their home countries’ national elections and in elections to the European Parliament. But very few actually use that right due to outdated voting methods and complicated registration procedures At ETTW we believe it’s crucial that your voices are heard and thatRead More
Speaking out for the rights of European Expatriates
TOWARDS A COORDINATION OF EUROPEAN EXPATRIATES POLICIES – SUPPORTING THE MOBILITY OF EUROPEAN CITIZENS More than 60 million European citizens are living in a country other than their own. More than 15 million of them are living in one of the other 27 EU member states. And mobility is expectedRead More