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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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European Commission | Speech by President von der Leyen at the London School of Economics, 8 January 2020

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

Interested in the politics of Soviet Russia? @LearnCardiff is holding an event this April which will look at views of Russians today - both political elites and ordinary citizens - on Stalin and Stalinism. Open to all and completely free to attend! http://bit.ly/2V5Bq4Q

The annual #MSC2020 was held on 14-16 Feb, gathered world leaders from politics, academia and civil society, and focused on the concept of 'Westlessness', the fading concept of belonging to the West.

Wanna know more? Check ESO's page on the conference: https://www.europeansources.info/record/munich-security-conference-2020/

How usual is it to work from home❓ 🖥️🖱️

5% of employed people in the EU work From home, with highest shares in:
🇳🇱 Netherlands (14%)
🇫🇮 Finland (13%)
🇱🇺 Luxembourg (11%)
🇦🇹 Austria (10%)

➡️ For more information: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/products-eurostat-news/-/DDN-20200206-1

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