Europe Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Europe Day 2024 with ScienceOpen 

Europe Day, celebrated on May 9th, holds deep historical and cultural significance for the European Union and its member states. This annual observance commemorates the momentous declaration made by French Foreign Minister Robert Schuman in 1950, which laid the foundation for the European Coal and Steel Community, a precursor to the European Union. 

Why was this declaration so revolutionary? Because it laid the foundation of a new idea of Europe, rooted in peace, unity and political cooperation, thus making war unthinkable. Today, its message of peace and democracy is more important than ever.

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Over the decades, the European Union has evolved into a symbol of unity, peace, and cooperation, transcending national borders, and fostering a sense of European identity. Europe Day serves as a reminder of the values of democracy, human rights, and solidarity that form the cornerstone of the European project. Below is a selection of resources available on ScienceOpen dedicated to European research.

The European Investment Bank 

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An investor in change, The European Investment Bank (EIB) is a pivotal institution in tackling both economic and environmental challenges in Europe. Through their publications, they not only identify opportunities but also analyze trends to promote sustainability and growth across the continent. With a commitment to transparency, the EIB provides valuable insights accessible to all. Here is a glimpse of some of the EIB’s recent publications, covering a wide array of topics relevant to Europe and the world: 

On climate change and Europe’s green transition: 

On business, investment, and economic trends and growth: 

Celebrate Europe Day and even attend an event near you with The European Investment Bank! 

More on Europe Day: Additional Resources Available on ScienceOpen  

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Europe and the World: A Law Review is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal published by UCL Press focused on legal scholarship concerning Europe’s global positioning, with emphasis on EU external relations law. It provides a platform where national, international, and EU perspectives converge, challenging traditional boundaries between these legal domains. In addition to legal doctrinal and theoretical analyses, the journal publishes interdisciplinary work, including contributions from political science and international relations, offering external insights into EU external relations law. Check out, for instance, three of their special issues available through ScienceOpen: 

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The European Journal of Theology (EJT), established in 1992 and published by Amsterdam University Press, is an evangelical scholarly publication addressing the challenges posed by the evolving landscape of post-Christian Europe. Published by the Fellowship of European Evangelical Theologians, it aims to foster the study and promotion of evangelical theology to innovate Christianity across Europe. 

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