Many of you have participated during the last year in a Grundtvig mobility experience with our Learning Partnership “More than Neighbours!”.
Now, this participation could be prized with the 2013 Europemobility Video Contest.
If you are ready to share you learning mobility experience, acording with the Terms & Conditions of this contest, you can be one of the candidates.
As soon as you publish your video, more people will watch it and you will get much many votes. For getting more info, contact with our European Projects Office.
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Today, Lithuania has started its Presidency of the Council of the European Union. It’s presidency will focus on the issues regarding energy, development of the Baltic countries and control over the European Union’s external borders. Furthermore, Lithuania intends to strengthen cooperation with the European Union’s eastern neighbours (Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia and Belarus).
More info: Website of the Lithuanian Presidency
On Monday 1 July Croatia will become the 28th Member State of the European Union. Croatia’s accession marks another milestone in the construction of a united Europe. It also provides fresh evidence of the transformative power of the European Union: torn by conflict only two decades ago, Croatia is now a stable democracy, capable of taking on the obligations of EU membership and of adhering to EU standards.
Croatia’s accession reaffirms that the perspective of European integration remains open to all aspirant countries which show the necessary will to implement political and economic reforms and prove their respect for European values such as the rule of law, democratic principles and human rights. This transformative impact of the enlargement process benefits the country, but also the whole European Union and demonstrates the importance of a credible enlargement policy.
More info: European Union – Press Release
This video features three European’s who participated in the EU citizen’s survey. Each made suggestions about life in Europe and how it might be made easier. Meet Ioannis Sitaras; a Greek citizen living in the Netherlands, Claire Corbin-Loescher, a french national living in Belgium and Eduardo Rodríguez from Spain, who now lives in Germany.