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FEM Projects: International Women’s Day

The International Womenā€™s Day (IWD), celebrated annually on 8th of March since 1975, commemorates the cultural, political and socioeconomic achievements of women. It aims...
Migliaccio

IĀ·ATE Food Term of The Week:Ā Migliaccio

Carnival in Italy is that period of the year during which sweet dishes, such as chiacchiere and sanguinaccio, bring people from all around the...

IATE Term of the Week: European Charlemagne Youth Prize

Every year since 2008, young Europeans aged between 16 and 30, can present a project for the European Charlemagne Youth Prize. This prize is awarded...

News about TECH projects

In the framework of the ā€œTerminology Without Bordersā€ initiative, the Terminology Coordination Unit of the European Parliament has established ties with a series of...

Most viewed pages: Glossary Links

Glossary Links is a search tool that can be freely accessed through our website and that gives access to many specialised glossaries. Students or...
Salmorejo

IĀ·ATE Food Term of The Week: Salmorejo

One of the things you cannot really miss while visiting Cordoba is the typical Salmorejo cordobĆ©s. Salmorejo is a classic soup made primarily with tomatoes and bread. It...

IATE Term of the Week: European Health Union

The European Health Union is a new initiative proposed by the European Commission that will take place in all of the countries of the...
Parmigiana melanzane

IĀ·ATE Food Term of The Week:Ā Parmigiana di MelanzaneĀ 

Parmigiana di melanzane (also known as melanzane alla parmigiana or simply parmigiana) is one of the most famous and delicious Italian dishes. Made with...

IATE Term of the Week: Euro (at 20)

This year we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the euro as a single currency in the European Union. Let us take...
Trdelnik

IĀ·ATE Food Term of The Week: Trdelnik

If you have ever visited Prague, you must have noticed at least one place where they sell the highly sweet smelling Trdelnik! It is a...
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