The European Commission uses the term 'New Europeans' to contrast them with 'Old Europeans': «the latter are EU citizens who have no special connection with any country other than their own. Of course, the terms 'New and Old Europeans' as used in this report have nothing to do with 'old' and 'new' Member States (i.e. those that joined the EU since 2004).»
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Our latest support for charity
UNITEE tied the second place in the Great Brussels Charity Bake off ! It was organised by the British Chamber of Commerce, partnering with YouthStart, a Brussels-based charity that offers vocational training to local unemployed young people.