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If you have a foreign name and you are looking for an apartment, you will significantly less likely to be contacted by landlords than a German applicant.
With the deadline to submit salary details for male and female staff in the UK just days away, early findings show that almost 90 per cent of women still work for companies that pay them less than male colleagues
Ethical finance is no longer a niche phenomenon, and neither is microcredit. The characteristics of the latter, however, vary widely between eastern and western Europe.
The ECFR has just released its second EU Cohesion Monitor, an index of the 28 member states of the European Union describing their readiness for joint action and cooperation
Data on several different aspects of drug use and drug-related phenomena in Europe
Data on the perceptions of the Western Balkan business community and public opinion on several different topics.
Despite active gender equality policies, in every European country men have more daily leisure time than women, while women spend more time on domestic, unpaid work.
Europeans are becoming more enthusiastic about migration within Europe, but they remain generally hostile to immigration from outside the EU.
Over the last decade, Bulgaria and Romania are experiencing a very significant decrease in the risk of poverty and social exclusion. The situation is improving above all in provincial towns.