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Bruxelles, le 3 décembre 2013 Journée européenne des personnes handicapées: la Commission décerne à Göteborg l'«Access City Award» 2014 Commission européenne Communiqué de presse À l’occasion de la Journée européenne des personnes handicapées (le 3 décembre), la Commission européenne a annoncé qu'elle attribuait l'Access City Award 2014 à la ville de Göteborg, en Suède.
L'UE confirme son aide au développement et à l'intégration en Afrique orientale et australe et dans l'océan Indien Commission européenne Communiqué de presse Bruxelles, le 3 décembre 2013 M. Andris Piebalgs, commissaire européen chargé du développement, annoncera ce jour l'octroi d'une nouvelle aide financière aux pays de l'Afrique orientale et australe et de l'océan Indien pour la période 2014-2020.
Cecilia Malmström welcomes new EU rules facilitating the confiscation of criminal profits European Commission MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 Today the Ambassadors of the EU Member States approved in the Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER) the result of the negotiations with the European Parliament on new EU legislation on how to confiscate profits made through criminal activities (Directive on the freezing and confiscation...
EU-Serbia: inclusivity important in accession process European Commission MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 Following his meeting with Dragan Djilas, leader of the Democratic Party from Serbian Commissioner Štefan Füle said: "Today I met the leader of the Democratic Party from Serbia, Dragan Djilas.
Commission welcomes EU Member States' adoption of Horizon 2020 European MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 Commission The European Commission today welcomed the adoption by EU Member States of Horizon 2020, the next EU research and innovation programme. With a budget of nearly EUR 80 billion euro over seven years, Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research programme yet, and...
Commission welcomes Council's green light for Erasmus+ European MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 Commission The European Commission welcomes the Council's adoption today of Erasmus+, the EU's new programme for education, training, youth and sport, with a budget of €14.7 billion over the next seven years - 40% higher than current levels.
Judicial documents circulate faster across borders, a new Commission report reveals European Commission MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 The European Commission today presented its findings on the application of EU rules governing the 'service of documents' in civil justice proceedings – that is providing a citizen with access to correspondence intended for them in civil justice proceedings.
Horizon 2020 – the EU's new research and innovation programme European Commission MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 How is funding organised under Horizon 2020? Horizon 2020 is built around three pillars: 1) Support for "Excellent Science" – including grants for individual researchers from the European Research Council and Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowships (formerly known as Marie Curie fellowships); 2) Support for...
Commissioner Georgieva condemns killing of two health workers in Darfur, stressing importance of vaccinations European Commission MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 I strongly condemn the killing of two volunteers working for the Sudanese Ministry of Health on a vaccination campaign in West Darfur last week. The two men were part of a team vaccinating children against measles in West Darfur.
Thirteenth report on practical preparations for the euro: final countdown for Latvia European Commission MEMO Brussels, 3 December 2013 There is only one month to go before Latvia’s €-day, 1 January 2014, when the country becomes the 18th member of the euro area. The Commission has adopted today the thirteenth report on the practical preparations for the changeover.