Fighting Fake Euros: Commissioner Šemeta welcomes adoption of "Pericles 2020" European Commission Statement Brussels, 11 March 2014 Algirdas Šemeta, Commissioner responsible for anti-fraud, welcomed Member States' formal adoption today of the Pericles 2020 programme to help protect the euro against counterfeiting. Commissioner Šemeta said: "The Euro is one of the EU's most valuable assets.
Victims of Terrorism – Tenth European Day on Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism European Commission Statement Brussels, 11 March 2014 Today marks the tenth anniversary of the Madrid train bombings that killed 191 persons and injured at least 1800 people commuting to work. Ten years later, the physical and mental wounds of the victims who survived are still not healed.
At the 55th anniversary of the Tibet uprising, a European Tribute PRESS RELEASE 10 March 2014 EN EN The European Economic and Social Committee's President, Henri Malosse, was a special Guest and speaker at the ceremony of the 55th anniversary of the Tibet uprising that took place today in Dharamsala (India).
Youth employment: Commission welcomes adoption of guidelines to improve quality of traineeships European Commission Press release Brussels, 10 March 2014 Quality Framework to improve quality of traineeships The European Commission welcomes today's adoption by the EU's Council of Minister of a Quality Framework on Traineeships to enable trainees to acquire high-quality work experience under safe and fair conditions, and to increase their...
“What does an enlarged EU mean to you?” Engaging young people in a competition on enlargement European Commission Press release Brussels, 10 March 2014 The European Commission has launched a writing competition entitled “What does an enlarged EU mean to you?” targeting young people from the EU as well as from countries in the enlargement process.