Euro Babble is always open to establishing more partnerships with organisations to facilitate the publication of undiscovered content in multiple languages.
At the moment we have three types of partnerships: events and media.
- Event partnerships allow us access to exclusive events that we then report on.
- Media partnerships serve the purpose of redistribution of content, e.g. republishing articles and sharing content through other channels.
- Executive partnerships enable us to share resources with our partners to create more and better content and reach a larger audience.
We are always open to new forms of partnerships however. If you feel that your organisation is right, send us an email at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Italian magazine offering news and analysis about Politics, Business, Culture and Travel in Italy.
Eyes on Europehttp://www.eyes-on-europe.eu/
Eyes on Europe strives to raise awareness of European citizens, and the development of a critical but fair mindset towards the European Union.
A fictional #European Directorate-General that talks about #citizens priorities: #MEME! Pass by the 15th floor of the #Berlaymont for a coffee!
Europa United's goal is to help to encourage conversation and opinion on the Europe of today though our publications and work as well as providing a platform that supports aspiring writers.
EU Events gathers in a single, intuitive and access-free web- portal all EU-related events in Brussels. Their motto is “Follow, Attend, Connect”.
The Jubel festival uses a bottom-up approach to engage citizens in discourse about their concerns and proposals for democracy and the EU.
Student Forum Maastrichthttps://www.student-forum.eu/
Student Forum Maastricht (SFM) is an annual international academic conference bringing together students and professionals to discuss Europe-related topics.
New Europeans is a platform which gives European citizens and non-EU citizens a voice in local communities, at regional and national level and in the continuing Europe-wide debate about the challenges we face in Europe in the twenty-first century.