Ms Baeza is excited about this development, and believes it will help
consolidate the EDC’s importance to furthering knowledge and aware-
ness of the Union. “I think our EDC is now at the same level as other
traditional and well-known library services,” she says. “This is not easy
for a specialised documentation service situated in a higher education
Team Europe members advanced the case for co-operation and integration at schools, universities, offices
and community centres. Throughout 2012, efforts continued to reach European citizens. Around 50% of Team
Europe’s activities consisted of speeches – some 3200 were given in 2012. In addition, Team Europe members
wrote 1000 articles, appeared 800 times on the radio and 350 times on TV.
As in 2011, the main topics covered during Team Europe presentations last year included economic governance,
institutional affairs and education.
Team Europe: contribution by media in 2012