In case you missed our latest proposals speeding up the shift to low-carbon economy in Europe:
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The idea behind European Capitals of Culture is to put cities at the heart of cultural life across Europe. Through culture and art, European Capitals of Culture improve the quality of life in these cities and strengthen their sense of community. Citizens can take part in the year-long activities!
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Do you have
1) a bachelor degree (3 years of study)
2) very good knowledge of English, French or German
3) very good knowledge of a second EU official language (required for EU nationals)
Then you can apply!
Our traineeships are for 5 months, paid (monthly grant of approximately €1,120) and every semester there are about 650 places available.
If you are one of the selected candidates you get hands-on experience in an international and multicultural environment of a key European institution – and a boost for your future career.
To read more and to apply ➡️ http://ec.europa.eu/stages
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Michel Barnier will report directly to Jean-Claude Juncker and will have at his disposal the best Commission experts.
In line with the principle of 'no negotiation without notification', the task of the Chief Negotiator in the coming months will be to prepare the ground internally for the work ahead. Once the Article 50 process is triggered, he will take the necessary contacts with the UK authorities and all other EU and Member State interlocutors.
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A project in #Croatia is developing techniques to efficiently extract and process the organic waste from wine production and re-use it as raw material or semi-finished product for functional food production, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics and other purposes. The project is supported by EU Cohesion Funds and is now in the final phase of the Regiostars awards for good practices in regional development. See all projects: http://ec.europa.eu/regional_policy/en/regio-stars-awards?utm_campaign=engagor&utm_content=engagor_Mzg0MjU3OA%3D%3D&utm_medium=social&utm_source=googleplus
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More about EU relationship with Ukraine: http://eeas.europa.eu/.../news/eu-ukraine_factsheet_en.htm?utm_campaign=engagor&utm_content=engagor_Mzg0MzE3MQ%3D%3D&utm_medium=social&utm_source=googleplus
"The primary goal is to see a rise in prices for the men and women who get up at 6am to #milk their cows" said Commissioner Phil Hogan, in charge of Agriculture during the #Agriculture Council yesterday.
In response to the continued market downturn, and to the concerns strongly relayed by ministers, we put forward a third package of support measures worth €500 million addressed mainly at the dairy sector, but also at the livestock sector. These measures are aimed at tackling the crisis by stabilising production and indirectly prices, and providing liquidity to farmers. €150 million will be distributed through an EU-wide measure to those farmers who voluntarily decide to reduce their dairy deliveries, thereby helping the market restore the balance between demand and supply. Moreover, €350million will be rapidly made available through national financial envelopes to help producers face cash-flow problems. This aid will be conditional on the respect of certain commitments. Specific attention will be dedicated to small farmers. Member states will have maximum flexibility in the use of these funds to support vulnerable livestock sectors, and also be able to provide national top-ups up to 100%.
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