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Vilma Karvelyte

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The Netherlands Presidency of the Council of the EU

Written by Vilma Karvelyte and Ingeborg Odink Every 6 months on a rotating schedule , one European Union (EU) Member State leads the work of the Council of the EU. From 1 January 2016, the Netherlands will take over the Presidency of the Council of the European Union from Luxembourg and will hold it until … Continue reading

The Latvian Presidency of the Council of the EU

Written by Vilma Karvelyte, Ilze Eglite and Evarts Anosovs Every 6 months, on a rotating schedule, one European Union (EU) Member State leads the work of the Council of the EU. This year, Latvia will assume the Presidency of the Council of the European Union for the first time, taking over from Italy on 1 … Continue reading

The role played by social media in political participation and electoral campaigns

Written by Susanna Tenhunen and Vilma Karvelyte Updated on 22 January 2015 Social Media has rapidly grown in importance as a forum for political activism in its different forms. Social media platforms, such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube provide new ways to stimulate citizen engagement in political life, where elections and electoral campaigns have a … Continue reading

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