Eastern enlargement

2004

Highlights

Interviews

Born: 1992
Occupation: Communications consultant
Location: Belgium
Born: 1956
Occupation: Professor in history at Warsaw University
Location: Poland
Born: 1980
Occupation: Academic
Born: 1994
Occupation: Consultant
Location: France
Born: 1993
Occupation: Trainee
Location: Belgium
Born: 1968
Occupation: Civil Society SME Association
Location: Austria
Born: 1994
Occupation: Young European Ambassador
Location: Georgia
Born: 1991
Occupation: Cohesion policy expert and economist
Location: Hungary
Born: 1991
Occupation: Young European Ambassador
Location: Armenia
Born: 1951
Occupation: Retired professor
Location: Belgium
Born: 1985
Occupation: Co-founder of Alliance4Europe, Barrister
Location: Germany
Born: 1991
Occupation: Start-up team leader
Location: Poland
Born: 1984
Occupation: Member of the European Parliament
Location: Belgium
Born: 1987
Occupation: Grassroots leader and journalist
Location: Germany
Born: 1996
Occupation: Management student
Location: France
Born: 1993
Occupation: Postgraduate Student at the University of Oxford
Born: 1992
Occupation: Events Manager
On May 1, 2004, Europeans celebrated the reunification of East and West as they welcomed 10 new member states into the European Union: the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia and Cyprus.