EU Elections 2014

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Thomas Tindemans: observations about the new Commission

Hill+Knowlton Strategies’ Thomas Tindemans observes real change in the new Commission and a real need for clear communication to bring the public on board.
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Health 02-09-2014

European Health Forum Gastein 2014

The European Parliament elections - the elections for the President of the European Commisison and the new college of Commissioners in 2014 will earmark an important year of European politics in general and for health policy in Europe in particular.
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Major climate action needed to avert bleak scenario

Global warming is a big threat for life on earth, we investigate which gases contribute most to rising temperatures and the nations generating the most pollution.
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To be or not to be a European Commissioner

That's the question. It Sounds like an important position. But what exactly is the role of a Commissioner? And who appoints them and how? A picture is worth 1000 words!
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Nani Beccalli: Europe is in danger of electing a non-European Parliament

Speaking at the 12th European Business Summit in Brussels about the upcoming European elections, GE Europe's President and CEO Nani Beccalli-Falco said that “the danger of this elections is that we are going to elect a non-European European Parliament.” “We should try and convince people to vote... for pro-European parties." Beccalli added.
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Oliver Bell: “We need to recalibrate our focus from climate policy to competitiveness”

Speaking at the 12th European Business Summit in Brussels, Eurometaux President and Hydro Executive Vice-President Oliver Bell said that "we need to recalibrate our focus from climate policy to competitiveness."
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Christian Morales: North America and Europe must show the way

Speaking about the current TTIP EU-US negotiations at the 12th European Business Summit in Brussels, Intel's Vice President and General Manager EMEA Christian Morales said that there is an opportunity for both Europe and the US to “remove barriers that still exist” and “keep on transforming our economies together so that we can have a worldwide golden standard."
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Mary Ritter: We need ‘a real open innovation ecosystem’

Speaking about Education and Business for Innovation at the 12th European Business Summit in Brussels, Climate-KIC CEO Mary Ritter said that the real challenge is to 'create a real open innovation ecosystem' between big corporates and SMEs.
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Liberals and Democrats for Europe – What we stand for

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Brexit 22-04-2014

Commission on UKIP Campaign Posters

The European Commission commented on UKIP's election campaign posters on Tuedsday, saying "in general, we urge all responsible politicians to stick to the facts rather than pander to peoples prejudices".
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Entrepreneurship 05-03-2014

Alex is an entrepreneur. We want to help him create jobs.

You are about to see the ultimate machine for creating jobs. Alex. Alex has a dream. He has an idea, and we want to help him make it true, so jobs and wealth will be created. We want to create the best conditions for his business. By reducing regulation and administrative hurdles, because public administration must be an asset rather than a burden. Public administrations should spend taxpayers' money wisely as well as avoid red tape and excessive fiscal charges for companies. #believeinpeople
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Guy Verhofstadt speaking to protesters in Maidan Square, Kiev

Guy Verhofstadt (Open VLD, Belgium), Liberal and Democrat Group Leader in the European Parliament, spoke to the protesters gathered in Maidan Square in Kiev about the sanctions EU put in place in order to stop the violence. Verhofstadt was the first of the EU leaders to address those fighting for democracy in Ukraine, after the violent clashes of the last few days. He travelled to Kiev together with ALDE Group Vice-President, Marielle De Sarnez (Modem, France) and Hans van Baalen (VVD, Holland), President of Liberal International.
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Euro & Finance 21-02-2014

Economy. Let’s get back to business.

The crisis hit Europe hard and, as you know, we're still dealing with the consequences today. What is the European Parliament doing to rebuild and protect our economy?
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Power to the People

EuroparlTV shows you how the only directly elected EU institution has turned from a little forum for discussing legislation into a powerful player over the course of the last 25 years. Comment on:  Google+ - Facebook - Twitter -
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Economy & Jobs 30-01-2014

EP Best of 2013: main events and legislative work

Video highlights of the European Parliament's work throughout 2013, grouped by theme: More Europe, Legislative Work, Foreign Relations, and Education & Culture.   Comment on:  Google+ - Facebook - Twitter -
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Health 28-01-2014

Quality of life. Let’s aim high.

We've all heard of the European Parliament. But which impact does this institution REALLY have on our day-to-day lives?
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ALDE Party Congress 2013

The ALDE Party has closed its 34th and most successful annual Congress, held this year in London, between 28 and 30 November 2013.   A thousand delegates from across the European continent gathered in the British capital's iconic Canary Wharf complex in the heart of the business district to hear keynote speeches by party personalities, participate in fringe meetings and elect a new Bureau.   ALDE is also the first European political party to adopt its manifesto for the 2014 elections -- with delegates voting over
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Future EU 06-01-2014

Anthony Giddens:’Turbulent and Mighty Continent’ book launch

The Lisbon Council hosted the Brussels launch of Turbulent and Mighty Continent: What Future for Europe?, the new book by Anthony Giddens, former director of the London School of Economics. Lord Giddens delivered The 2013 Jean Jacques Rousseau Lecture and presented an array of new ideas for energising the European project. Joaquín Almunia, vice-president of the European Commission, served as discussant. Watch Anthony Giddens' full speech:
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Money. Let’s make it count.

Ever wonder where the EU budget goes? In these challenging times, it's all about smart spending.
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Euro & Finance 27-11-2013

Baffled by the EU Budget

How is the EU budget drawn up? Are we shelling out a fortune to fund it? How does it benefit Member States? EPTV sheds light on today's big budget questions.   Comment on:  Google + Facebook Twitter
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EU Priorities 2020 26-11-2013

First findings third European Company Survey (ECS) 2013

The European Company Survey (ECS) maps what is happening in companies across the European Union.
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Get the picture: Do you identify with today’s Europe?

Freedom of movement and peace. That's what the vast majority of people see as the main benefits of being in the EU.