Hard to Ignore

V/I Weekly News Roundup

23 January 2020

There is a growing dissatisfaction in Central Europe with the amount of visual pollution in city centres, in the form of billboards and advertisements. Local authorities are finding ways to curb excesses or test creative branding solutions.

 

Shaping the future

In Brussels work is underway to prepare a Conference on the Future of Europe, which will see consultations and debate on what the EU should focus on and the means to achieve its priorities.

While much of the discussion so far has focused on who will take a leading role – Guy Verhofstadt or a different chair – and whether it will be organised as a top-down exercise or allow for the active involvement of citizens.

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Quincy Cloet

Dr Quincy R. Cloet is a specialist in the history and politics of international organisations, based in Poland. He is an award-winning historian with academic and media publications in the areas of international politics, history, European studies and human rights.

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