Τhe European Commission launched an alliance of key industry stakeholders as part of its persisting efforts to reduce plastics littering, increase the share of recycled plastics and stimulate market innovation
US tech companies are raiding our computer science departments. A new initiative, Ellis, wants to give researchers a reason to stay in academe and in Europe. Meanwhile, the Commission is putting flesh on its AI plans.
MEPs give formal backing to Commission’s next big research programme – and want to spend more than the €94.1B already proposed. Several members states oppose that, setting scene for at least another year of wrangling.
In his State of the Union Address in September 2018, President Juncker highlighted the strategic importance of the euro and the need to ensure that the single currency can play its full role on the international scene.
To protect its democratic systems and public debates and in view of the 2019 European elections as well as a number of national and local elections that will be held in Member States by 2020, the EU presented on 5 December an Action Plan to step up efforts to counter disinformation in Europe and beyond.
“SMART Volunteering for Female Migrants (SMART)”, brings together civil society organizations, the business community and migrant women in five EU states to promote better integration and the active participation of Third Country National (TCN) females in the European societies.
Urbagri4women, an innovative project that sought to pave the way for the enhancement of migrant women’s role in cities and municipalities has completed its implementation period having fulfilled its pre-set objectives.
Under the "In4COHESION - Information and Awareness for Cohesion Policy via Media" program, the Conference "Cohesion Policy: Support in Society and SMEs" was held on Friday 26 October 2018 by the Neapolis University Paphos at the Coral Beach Hotel.