The capital city of #Slovenia , check out what makes #Ljubljana the European Green Capital 2016: www.greenljubljana.com
#Environment #Sustainability #Urban #Europe #Green #Capital
Last Thursday an agreement was signed to support 1500 small businesses in Hungary (http://europa.eu/!Gd76fF) while today a €19 million deal to bolster innovative companies in Sweden was announced (http://europa.eu/!Mg37cD).
This is made possible largely thanks to the European Fund for Strategic Investment – an initiative launched by the EIB Group and the European Commission to provide support for projects everywhere in the EU, including cross-border projects: www.eib.org/efsi
#InvestEU #EFSI #investment #SMEs
A new stage in European integration with three pillars: the European Communities, Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), and police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters (JHA). The Treaty introduced the European citizenship, reinforced the powers of the European Parliament and launched the economic and monetary union (EMU). Besides, it put in place new policies as education and culture.
Federica Mogherini at the 'Supporting Syria and the Region' conference in London
The European Union and its Member States announced more than €3 billion to assist the Syrian people inside Syria as well as refugees and the communities hosting them in the neighbouring countries for the year 2016.
#gif #politicsgifs #supportsyrians #Syria #refugees
The European economy is now entering its fourth year of recovery and growth continues at a moderate rate, driven mainly by consumption. At the same time, much of the world economy is grappling with major challenges and risks to European growth are therefore increasing.
In this photo album you will find the Economic Forecast per country and for the EU.
In June 2015 we opened a public consultation and the results have been published. Commissioner Karmenu Vella will use these results to shape a new initiative on international ocean governance this year.
Let's make sure that #online also means #safe.
Today - Safer Internet Day [#SID2016] - learn about how to make the internet better for youngsters: www.betterinternetforkids.eu
Find list of winners (28 secondary school students, one from each of the European Union Member States) as the original texts the students were working on if you want to test yourself here (students had 2 hours to complete them)
More on #ECForecast (by EU country) europa.eu/!wG99Qp
The European Code against Cancer includes recommendations both on primary and secondary prevention and has been translated into all official languages of the EU
#WorldCancerDay #DiaMundialContraelCancer +WHO
The EU has been the leading donor in the international response to the Syria crisis. Read more: http://europa.eu/!dT74qy
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