IATE Term of the Week: Psycho-active substance

This week we have chosen the term “psycho-active substance”, following the presentation of the European Drug Report for 2013 at the European Parliament’s Justice...

IATE Term of the Week: Tax fraud

This week we have chosen the term “tax fraud”, following the plenary session in Strasbourg this week, where this topic was much discussed. We invite...

IATE Term of the Week: Emergency Response Centre

This week we have chosen the term Emergency Response Centre, following its recent launch in Brussels by the European Commission to help tackle disasters...

IATE Term of the Week – Burnout

This week we have chosen the term “burnout“, following the French proposal to recognise this syndrome as a professional disease. We invite you to suggest...

IATE Term of the Week – Austerity Policy

This week we have chosen the term “austerity policy”, following the wave of protests across Europe this week, against the current European situation. We invite...

IATE Term of the Week: Intellectual Property

This week we have chosen the term “Intellectual Property”, since that the World Intellectual Property Day is celebrated on April 26th. We invite you to...

IATE Term of the Week: Apostille

This week we have chosen the term “Apostille”, related to the Hague Conference on Private International Law, which 120 anniversary happened on April 8th. We...

IATE Term of the Week: Illegal Immigrant

This week we have chosen the term “Illegal immigrant” following the worldwide debate on the possible eradication of this term from all official documents. If...

IATE Term of the Week: Citizens’ Initiative

This week we have chosen the term “Citizens’ Initiative” to celebrate the first anniversary of this participatory initiative allowing ordinary people to ask for new...

The IATE Term of the Week: Scrapping

This week we have chosen the term “scrapping” following the approval of new rules on the scrapping of old EU ships by the European...
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