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ESO is a free-access database and information service, which aims to support research and understanding on any matter relating to Europe. It offers curated information and a wide range of sources, enabling information provision to users holding different levels of expertise.

The database features primary and official sources, commentary and analyses, summaries and media reports, journal articles, blog posts, monographs and textbooks, among other sources. All gathered in one place for a comprehensive picture on any topic of interest. ESO also offers its own set of information guides.

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Deutsche Welle Documentary | Europe’s Young People: Europe’s Future?

Polish voters are heading to polls on 13/10 to elect a new Parliament. Want to know more on what is at stake? Check our dedicated page on ESO for the latest updates on the election!


Great opportunity to hear more about and share experiences of the amazing @EUErasmusPlus scheme. Organised by @cardiffunilib’s @cardiff_edc. This is the EU programme for education, youth, training and sport. 29 October 6PM. Register: http://bit.ly/2niQnCp

The @EU_EESC has launched the 2019 EESC Civil Society Prize under the theme 'More women in Europe's society and economy', to raise awareness on #genderequity! For more info on the prize and how to apply, check their website: https://www.eesc.europa.eu/en/agenda/our-events/events/2019-eesc-civil-society-prize

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