European Parliament - EPRS Podcasts, What Europe does for you
European Parliament - EPRS Podcasts, What Europe does for you
European Parliament
Want to know how the European Union impacts your daily life? Find out what Europe does for you in our 60 SECONDS podcasts.
People interested in artificial intelligence
. No longer limited to science-fiction, artificial intelligence is already a fact in our daily life, through speech recognition, driverless cars, medical diagnosis, etc.
Apr 5, 2019
1 min
Scouts
to contributing to build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.
Apr 5, 2019
1 min
Ferry passengers
If you've taken a ferry journey this year, chances are you weren't alone. There are 400 million passenger journeys to or from EU ports every year. The next time you hop on board a ferry in an EU port, think of how many aspects of your crossing are backed up with EU rules.
Mar 22, 2019
1 min
Drone users
Have you ever bought or been offered a drone, and wondered what you are allowed to do with it? Maybe you have already taken photos with your drone or tried to lift things up into the air. Or maybe your neighbours thinks you are spying on them...
Mar 22, 2019
1 min
Defenders of media freedom in accession countries
If you think that future Member States should have a high level of media freedom when they join the EU and that the EU should support them in achieving this, you will be happy to know that media freedom and pluralism are part of the Copenhagen criteria for EU membership and that the principle is backed up by EU policies.
Mar 22, 2019
1 min
People living near airports
suggest that living close to an airport may lead to health problems like heart disease and strokes, sleep disturbance, stress or hearing impairment.
Mar 22, 2019
1 min
EU citizens working in another EU country
Eight and a half million EU workers (3.6 % of the EU's active population) either work or are looking for a job in another EU country, as permanent workers, cross-border workers or posted workers. The free movement of workers is one of the four fundamental freedoms enshrined in the EU treaties and a core element of EU citizenship, but is also key to completing the monetary union and the single market.
Mar 22, 2019
1 min
Vulnerable consumers
for consumers who are particularly vulnerable due to their mental or physical infirmity. EU laws forbid sellers to profit from such disadvantages to get consumers to buy something they would not buy normally.
Mar 22, 2019
1 min
Small farmers
Most of the farms in the EU are small, although the term includes a wide diversity of operations. Although small farms produce only a portion of the total EU agricultural output, their contribution in creating rural employment, supporting rural societies and landscapes, and ensuring that traditional and local production continues, makes them a cornerstone of European agriculture.
Mar 7, 2019
1 min
Wine consumers
register. GIs are intended to protect consumers from misleading marketing. They also provide information to consumers on the origin of the wine and grape varieties used.
Mar 7, 2019
1 min
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