How the Federal Republic of Germany shaped its image anew at documenta

‘documenta. Politics and Art’, opens on 18 June 2021 at the Deutsches Historisches Museum documenta’s rise to become Germany’s most successful art exhibition was due not least to its political dimension, in particular the need to draw a line under National Socialism, followed by the formation of the Eastern and Western blocs in the Cold …
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75th Anniversary of the Bombing of Dresden: Remembrance, Dialogue, Interaction

Dresden. On 13 February 2020, Dresden will be commemorating the 75th anniversary of the city centre’s destruction during World War II. At 15:00, Federal President Mr Steinmeier will hold a commemorative speech; he will then join a human chain around the city centre together with the mayor of Dresden, Dirk Hilbert, and guests from Dresden’s …
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UK Government websites fail to meet plain English guidelines

VisibleThread identifies that 92% of Central Government and 66% of Local Governments sites analysed do not meet recommended readability standards Cambridge UK, Wednesday 27th April 2016. VisibleThread, a global leader in content quality management, has released its latest readability reports. This analysis was undertaken on 26 Central Government agency websites and 12 Local Government websites. …
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VisionConsult presents “Village of the Future” for Roma Inclusion

Global consulting company takes part in High Level Event on EU Funds Contribution to Roma Integration Sofia, Bulgaria, 20 June 2011 – Global consulting company VisionConsult International takes advantage of the High Level Event on EU Funds Contribution to Roma Integration to present their “Village of the Future” project. The event in Sofia from 21 …
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Is This How You Break A Society?

Social Policy Association reports on implications of ‘historic’ welfare reforms ‘In Defence of Welfare’, a wide-ranging analysis of the coalition government’s 2010 Spending Review is published today by the Social Policy Association (SPA), which promotes the study of social policy and advances the role of social policy research within policy making, practice and wider public …
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Children Pick Nick As Next “Prime Monster”

More Than 30,000 Take Part In Moshi Monsters’ kids Poll LONDON – May 6th – Nick Clegg was given a monster boost today by winning nearly half of the votes in the biggest children’s poll in the UK to choose their favourite leader online. Moshi Monsters More than 30,000 youngsters voted in the election staged …
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Super-Fast Cable! Lib Dems Triumph In Broadband Battle

Hot on the heels of Nick Clegg’s triumphs in the TV election debates the Lib Dems can now claim another victory – Clegg’s colleague Vince Cable is the senior politician whose constituents enjoy the fastest broadband in the UK. Vince Cable’s constituents in Twickenham on average get speeds over two megabits faster than those in …
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Nick and David neck and neck, but Gordon behind, says British business

Survey of UK companies shows LibDems and Conservatives in equal tussle for business opinion (London, Tuesday 27th April 2010) New research amongst British business about the economic competence of the three main political parties has revealed evidence of the Clegg Effect in the country’s commercial community.  The new survey, conducted by business analysts Lindsell Marketing, …
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60% of UK Families sceptical of genuine nature of political parties

Conservatives on track for families with a ‘safer’ UK 60% of families don’t see party policies as genuine or relevant 32% of families don’t think any party has the power to make Britain more family friendly 18% feel the Conservatives are the more ‘family friendly’ party, a marginal win over Labour with 15% Flexible working …
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