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Essay competition: "Information from the EU: propaganda or a victory for transparency?"

From the competition flyer (PDF): "The European Information Association (EIA) would like to hear your views on whether the wealth of information from the EU makes the Union’s policies and processes more transparent or provides a pro-EU smokescreen. Is it the EU bodies’ place to inform or to educate, or both? For the chance to win £250, send us an essay by 31 January on the theme Information from the EU: propaganda or a victory for transparency?" More information, including rules: http://www.eia.org.uk/EssayComp.pdf.

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