IATE Term of the Week

Every Friday we publish ‘IATE Term of the Week’, a term related to European current affairs in line with the EP’s agenda. The aim is to promote public IATE and to invite terminologists/translators/linguists to contribute their language equivalent and thus improve IATE.

European Year of Youth 2022

IATE Term of the Week: European Year of Youth

In 2022 the EU will give a special focus to young people. The aim of the European Year of Youth was set out in...

IATE Term of the Week: EU Council Presidency

Do you know who defines the EU general political direction and priorities? It’s the European Council. It is comprised of the heads of governments...

IATE Term of the Week: Cyberviolence

If we break down the two compound words of cyberviolence, we can better understand its meaning: “cyber” - of, relating to, or involving computers...

IATE Term of the Week: Digital Markets Act

Why do we need digital markets regulation policy? The more we are using online platforms such as social media, search engines, websites and e-commerce platforms,...
Deforestation

IATE Term of the Week – Deforestation

Deforestation plays a considerable role in climate change and biodiversity loss. In the past 30 years, the total area of lost forests amounts to...

IATE Term of the Week: Fit for 55

We have already introduced you to what the European Green Deal is – an ambitious plan with a set of policy measures aimed at...

IATE Term of the Week: our most read articles

This article is dedicated to your favourite articles of the IATE Term of the Week series from the last two months. You can find...

IATE Term of the Week: Digital Strategy

Digital strategy is one of the most widely used terms today. What does it mean and why is it often mentioned together with digital...

IATE Term of the Week: Green Energy

The more we use “green” energy, the quicker we can become carbon neutral, and that is a "win-win" situation for both us and nature. The...

IATE Term of the Week: Multilingualism

Multilingualism and legal aspects in the EU Multilingualism is the capacity of humans to communicate either individually or collectively. We talk about individual multilingualism when...
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