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It was 1972 when the first 87 thousand Interrail tickets were issued by rail companies in various European countries. Today, forty-seven years after its foundation, more than ten million people have chosen Interrail.
European cinema-going habits vary significantly: a look at the current divide between Western and Eastern Europe.
Over the past fifteen years, thanks to a growing interest in the evolution of global wealth and income inequality, there has been a growing body of scientific literature.
The main statistical data on cancer diseases in the countries of the EU can be explored via a web app.
The European Institute for Gender Equality (Eige) collects and harmonises data on managers and board members at the European level.
As opposed to their far-right European counterparts, who have grown in villages and small towns, Vox has gained their biggest vote percentage in Madrid and the big cities.
Henley & Partners’ Passport Index is one of the most widely used measures for evaluating the strength of a nation’s passport and – consequently – of citizens’ freedom of movement. Recent data highlights a fall for the UK after Brexit.
Leftwing coalition Syriza’s rise to power in 2015 seemed to swept away the old greek political order. But a journey through the strongholds of these dynasties shows they never went away. Their power lies deeper in history.
A new report published by Eurofound casts light on the issue of depression among young people in Europe.
The Africapolis database is the first to map urbanization dynamics in Africa based on data available for 7,500 cities.