woensdag 7 februari 2018

4th day at European Parliament in Strasbourg

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It is early in the morning and i walked from my hotel to the European Parliament.
While doing this i made some video content .. to create this video.
At the pressroom i edited this video on my mobile phone.
The new user and password for today's wifi is : visit0208 / gc49x
Starting at the pressroom is a good way to relax, overview the day and get the needed information about today's agenda.


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MEPS                       - PRESS SERVICES                     - PRESS CONTACTS            - COMMITTEE MEETINGS


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3rd day at the European Parliament in Strasbourg

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EUIA PRESS NEWS on debates / notes 001 - about Inequality and Poverty in Europe

It is the third day, Wednesday 7 Februari 2018.
See the pictures/ video fragments on Google photo's



For the second day i take a tram to the Parliament.
Only today i toke the B and forgot to step out on time, so i pass Wacken and end at River de L'Aar tram sation, so i have to go back with the B tram to Wacken and walk the last station to Parlement Europeen station. Waiting would be longer because this last part is about 4 minutes.
At the European Parliament i arrive at the PRESS entrance / nr 2. Where a big que is waiting to check in. I take of my belt, put my mobile-phone, and all things in my pockets in the plastick square boxes that have to go through the scanner.
At 9:05 i am inside the building and in the PRESS ROOM i see the other Dutch Journalist who was sitting on a wrong place, where another female journalist from another country reserved the seats with her group.
We walk downstairs and at B11 and B09 we take place.
I am sitting at B11, open the explorer screen in front of me.





The screen shows :

CHAMBER VIDEO - PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO - PLENARY DOCUMENTS - PLENARY BRIEFING
MEPS                       - PRESS SERVICES                     - PRESS CONTACTS            - COMMITTEE MEETINGS

Pushing on the first button will open the live stream in actual language French / English, so i can listen to the Pleanair Meeting from the press room and don't have to enter the Meeting room.

rtp://225.1.1.1:1234

in the screen i push on AUDIO, there i can select Piste audio and select 9 for Dutch.
(Neerlandais.)

The press conference video link is rttp://225.1.1.2:1234
On 9:46 I see only 3 seats wating for the next meetup

The plenary documents are linked to http://www.europarl.europa.eu/plenary/en/home.html
Today it shows a Report about the Composition of the European Parliament
(A8-0007/2018)

The plenary briefing link is http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/agenda/briefing/2017-10-02
strange to see 2017 in this screen, while it already is 2018, but probably it shows a year back on the information of the recent documents.
Actualy it is the wrong link and it is wrong on all computers because of a fault in thi page named localhost/


The MEPS link is http://www.europarl.europa.eu/meps/en/full-list.html

The link to PRESS SERVICES is http://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/press-room

The link to the PRESS CONTACTS is to : http://www.europarl.europa.eu/pdfs/news/public/contact/ep-presscontact-en.pdf

The link to the COMMITTEE MEETINGINGS is to : http://www.europarl.europa.eu/committees/en/draft-agendas.html

Not all links are right or accessible from another computer?
So go to :
https://multimedia.europarl.europa.eu/en/home

For the live streams you can go to the direct link/page :
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/plenary/nl/home.html

voor een overzicht van de debatten ga naar:
http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=CRE&reference=20150210&secondRef=ITEM-012&format=XML&language=NL

Suddenly my wifi  code on my mobile phone doesn't connect to the username/identifiant : visit0207
password/ mot de passe : 1sm0X

So i get a A4 printed page at the PRESS desk from a very friendly woman,
it shows i have to try the other Wifi.
Centre de Presse PE Strasbourg
and connect by filling in my firstname, lastname, emailadres.
After doing this my screen shows the following : connected .

more about EP wifi
On 11 o'clock i have a meeting at the Plenar Meeting thanks to sending an email to all Dutch speaking MEP's and receiving a whatsapp message with a confirmation from Nick Janssens (representative) for  Hilde Vautmans / ALDE BE
..
the podcast ...
Luister naar Hilde Vautmans ALDE BE European Parliament Strasbourg van EUIA PRESS EUIAOJ PODCASTS #np op #SoundCloud


it is 12:00 and i am waiting in the PRESS CAFE to talk to Eduard Slootweg from the information desk Den Haag.






2nd day at the European Parliament in Strasbourg

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The second day is on Tuesday 6 Februari 2018,
See the pictures/ video fragments on Google photo's

I wake up very early, check some documents i toke from the first day and see the MEP's list with emailadresses. I try to find out all Dutch speaking people and select them with a pen. After filling all email adresses in my emailbox on my laptop, i sent them a written mail about my situation and request a moment of 2 minutes for an interview.

3 people reacted, 1 is an opportunaty and appointment on Wednesday 11 o'clock
The others are an excuse not to make an appointment this week.
1 or 2 adresses i tried to sent i didn't write right, so i had to sent them again.

I TAKE THE TRAM TO THE PARLIAMENT. costs 3,30 Euro for 1 retour ticket.

In the morning i follow the
Together with the other Dutch journalist i meetup in the press center.
we visit a plenair meeting. I feel tired of not much sleep.

A short while we listen to a dialogue and see the votings.

After an hour i go my own way and later we meet again in the press room.
in the midday i walk around the building and film some more.
See the video.

At 16:00 i go to the SuperMarket .. see Facebook ,buy a vegetarian meail for in the microwave and some chips and later in another supermarket chocolat pancakes and orange juice so i can get my strenght back in my hotel room 211.


CHAMBER VIDEO - PRESS CONFERENCE VIDEO PLENARY DOCUMENTS - PLENARY BRIEFING
MEPS                       - PRESS SERVICES                     - PRESS CONTACTS            - COMMITTEE MEETINGS


visit EUIA PRESS NEWS blog for the NOTES on today's  plenary sessions


dinsdag 6 februari 2018

1st visit to the European Parliament in Strasbourg

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It is my first time here in Strasbourg, but i already feel at home.                        edit blog
See the pictures/ video fragments on Google photo's

Sleeping in a hotel, at about 5 km from the location of the European Parliament.
The first day i walked this distance in the morning and late back in the evening.
The 10 km did me good, because i was feeling tired from a long day at an imense location with so many people and so much opportunaties.

The European Union is big, work is always in progress, the Commission and the Parliament are 2 different things and there are a lot of cases going on.
So many representatives from so many countries, and as a beginning journalist it is like swimming in a big ocean without knowing where the coast is.
But it also feels like a day at the beach on an island,.. because everything is clean here and well arranged. There is a big facilitation for the press and the press room is so good that the first day is like a dream. Laptops where you can print your declaration forms, internet, the online streams, access to internet but only the right pages from the EU, EP and EC with live video content.

Then there is the desk, with information, the daily wifi login code on a small paper and so many printouts to read in all the European languages.
Isn't this a waste of paper and can't this be 100% digitalized?


It is a must to provide information to the people and there are always ways to make it better, as a journalist i am willing and able to work on this for the next 4 days.
Hoping that my notes, recordings and publications can help future journalists.

One Dutch Journalist (Edwin de Mol) was also invited by the Information Desk of The Hague, He is a writer and blogs, see his social media page on facebook. 

The first day flies and in the evening i get a chance to interview 3 people in Dutch for the soundcloud channel from EUIA PRESS, the platform i try to innitiate for beginning journalists and for all journalists to get together, find stories and work together on research and covering stories.

How can it be that in a big organisation like this nothing goes wrong?
Probably there are many things going right, and a lot of things can be better, but it seems like a perfect day. Only one thing is making it difficult for me,..
that's my energy, because i already was a bit sick, had an aching throath and was very tired from a flue and some sleepless nights.
My first night in the hotel wasn't a problem, but the second unfortunately sleepless and restless from some bad food.
The vegan bread from the cafe at the Parliament was great, for only 2,70 Euro you get a big bread with salad on it and avocado. The coffee for only 1 Euro is a bit to much for me, so i try to drink a lot of water, but there aren't many facilitations for free water in the Parliament so i had to buy a bottle.
Fortunately Strasbourg has a lot of shops and supermarkets, but the first day is a disaster, because after 21:00 all shops are closed and i walk out the parliament on 21:00 and had to walk for about 45 minutes to get to the centre.

My hotel is near the Musea des Art, a perfect place near the center with a tram stop in front of my hotel, (Appart' City)


Some questions rise after the first day, ...
Why did my hotel ask for Tourist Tax again, after i payed it already, is there some corruption in this industry
Why don't they use scanners in the European Parliament, so i can get my files in one online cloud and drive map and sent this for the declarations to the right person, so i don't have to run around the whole building from office to office.

My traveling expenses where payed by the European Parliament,
a journalist could get a rembourse of 2 days, while visiting 2 days of Plenair Meetings.
2x 180 Euro - 360 Euro and 171 Euro for my flight ticket is 531 Euro.


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maandag 16 oktober 2017

EU FLAG and COPYRIGHTS

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Today i got an email from the EC, ( The European CommissionInes GEORGIEVA

They asked me to stop using the EU Flag on posts, links and in youtube video's.

After 5 days in Brussels, and a lot of online content publishing and coverage about the EWRC 2017 on twitter, soundcloud and youtube, EUIA PRESS made a statement and started to become visible at the EU as an independent press organisation and platform for journalists.

The websites can be better, the publishing should become more professional and doing coverage on stories related to the EU, EC,  or any political or HR development organisation, non-governemental or governemental should become easier and more efficient by doing it.
In this EUIA PRESS we only need more people, more journalists, more starting journalists and people who are willing and able to create online pubicatons.


An independent PRESS organisation always gets resistance.
But at first i wouldn't believe it.

It was a letter about the usage of the EU Flag on sites, social media and in the youtube video made to show the EUIA PRESS and EUInternationalAcademy mission statement.


Unfortunately, the uses that were clearly identified in the attachment cannot be considered as uses "in press" as the European emblem and logo of the Commission are not used in the context of news articles or in order to illustrate news information. On the contrary:  

1 )The European emblem is used as a header/ banner on the website of your association with reference to the European Union official website "europa.eu

2) The European emblem is also displayed in your social media headers/banners net to the name do your association:

3) The European Commission logo is displayed in a video that aims to promote your association activities:



THIS WAS MY ANSWER TO THE EMAIL ... >> READ THE EMAIL DOWN THIS MESSAGE/ 


The EU inherited the flag's use when it was formed in 1993, being the successor organisation to the EC. It has been in wide official use by the EU since the 1990s, but it has never been given official status in any of the EU's treaties. Its adoption as an official symbol of the EU was planned as part of the proposed European Constitution, which failed to be ratified in 2005. Alternatively, it is sometimes called the Flag of the European Union when representing the EU.

1 )The European emblem is used as a header/ banner on the website of your association with reference to the European Union official website "europa.eu
NO IT IS NOT USED AS A DECLARATION OF ASSOCIATION BUT SHOWS THE AWARENESS AND ACTIVE PRESS RELEASES ON THE SITE. AS THE EWRC 2017 HAS BEEN COVERED AS EXTERNAL PRESS IT IS COMMUNICATING PART OF THE PRODUCTION FOCUSSES. EU FLAG ISNT OWNED BY ANY ORGANISATION.
LINKS TO THE EC OR EU SITES PROVIDED ARE CLEARLY SHOWN AS INFORMATION AND  PARTS OF THE PRESS RELEASES SHOW THE INDEPENDENCE OF EUIA PRESS AS AN OPEN PRESS PLATFORM FOR JOURNALISM AND JOURNALISTS AROUND THE GLOBE. 
2) The European emblem is also displayed in your social media headers/banners net to the name do your association:

 3) The European Commission logo is displayed in a video that aims to promote your association activities:
EUIA PRESS AND EUINTERNATIONALACADEMY NEVER INTEND TO GET ANY PUBLIC MISUNDERSTANDING ABOUT THE EU, EC OR ANY EUROPEAN RELATED ORGANISATION. AS AN INDEPENDENT PRESS IT RELEASES INTERVIEWS AND TEXT REPORTS ABOUT MEETINGS DONE BY JOURNALISTS OF THE EUIA PRESS PLATFORM. CLEARLY IT SHOWS NO CONNECTION AND NO FUNDINGS FROM THE EU AND PROVIDES ALL NECCESARY INFORMATION TO THE PUBLIC AND ITS USERS TO UNDERSTAND IT IS A FREE ORGAN AND PLATFORM FOR PRESS EDUCATION WORLD WIDE AND ONLY SHOWS PRESS COVERAGE ON SITES AND SOCIAL MEDIA WITHOUT ANY INCLUSION OF A STATEMENT TO BE INVOLVED AS PARTICIPANT ON EU LEGISLATIONS. 
ACCESS TO THE FLAG OR ANY INFORMATION PUBLISHED BY EC AND EU AND LINKING TO THE SITES IS A PUBLIC OPEN RIGHT AND PRESS FREEDOM AND FOR ALL GLOBAL CITIZENS A MANDITORY RIGHT 
EUIA PRESS CLAIMS AND OFFERS GLOBAL (PEACE) PRESS RELEASES AND TRANSPARENCY TO THE PUBLIC. 

Hopefully hereby i have informed you on this issue. 

EUIA PRESS

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Ares(2017)5037701 - RE: Ares(2017)5032232 - Unauthorised use of the European Commission logo and European emblem by EUIA Press
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Ares(2017)5037701 - RE: Ares(2017)5032232 - Unauthorised use of the European Commission logo and European emblem by EUIA Press



Dear Mr Gabeler,

Thank you for your prompt reply.

Unfortunately, the uses that were clearly identified in the attachment cannot be considered as uses "in press" as the European emblem and logo of the Commission are not used in the context of news articles or in order to illustrate news information. On the contrary:  

1 )The European emblem is used as a header/ banner on the website of your association with reference to the European Union official website "europa.eu

2) The European emblem is also displayed in your social media headers/banners net to the name do your association:


3) The European Commission logo is displayed in a video that aims to promote your association activities:



This type of use is not in compliance with the Administrative Agreement dated 8 September 2012 as:

(a) the use creates the impression that there is a connection between your association and the institutions or bodies of the European Union
(b) the use leads the public to believe that your organisation benefits from the support/sponsorship  of the institutions or bodies, of the European Union or the Council of Europe

If you need more time to remove the unauthorised uses, please let us know.

We hope that an amiable solution to the issue mentioned above can be found within the established deadline and that no further action by the Commission will be necessary.

Yours sincerely,

PS: can you please reply directly to EC-EU-EMBLEM@ec.europa.eu and put me in cc. 
The email EC ARES NOREPLY is a no reply mailbox. Thank you.

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From: GODOGOOD [mailto:stijn.gabeler@gmail.com]
Sent: Monday, October 16, 2017 11:59 AM
To: EC ARES NOREPLY; GEORGIEVA Ines (JRC)
Cc: EUInternationalAcademy@gmail.com
Subject: Re: Ares(2017)5032232 - Unauthorised use of the European Commission logo and European emblem by EUIA Press


in case of the use of any EU logo, i would like to inform you about our freedom of press rights, EUIA PRESS is a journalistic platform announcing not to be ruled by any EU fund and provides free educational tools and links about EU and Global issues.

The EU Law considers the use of any logo in articles of press related to the story or services as legal.

Hereby i request you to submit THIS CASE OR ANY OTHER PRESS RELATED PUBLICATION by euia press as a clear site publication on freedom of press rules, as EUIA PRESS takes care of the clear point of view.


stijn gabeler

Op 16 okt. 2017 10:38 a.m. schreef "EC ARES NOREPLY" <DIGIT-NOREPLYARES@nomail.ec.europa.eu>:

Sent by GEORGIEVA Ines (JRC) <Ines.GEORGIEVA@ec.europa.eu>. All responses have to be sent to this email address.
Envoyé par GEORGIEVA Ines (JRC) <Ines.GEORGIEVA@ec.europa.eu>. Toutes les réponses doivent être effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

Dear Mr Gabeler,

The European Commission has identified several unauthorised uses of the European Commission's logo and the European Emblem on your organisation's website https://sites.google.com/site/euiapress/ (please refer to the attachment "Unauthorised uses").

The logo of the European Commission may be used by third parties only if permission is requested and granted before the logo is used and it is not used to imply or suggest unintended endorsement or promotion of the objectives and activities of the user of the logo by the European Commission.

The European Emblem is protected under Article 6ter of the Paris Convention. The purpose of Article 6ter is to protect flags, emblems, abbreviations and names of international intergovernmental organisations. Therefore, any unauthorised use as trademark of the European Emblem is prohibited.

The rules on the use of the European Emblem by third parties were adopted by the Council of Europe and the European Commission in the Administrative Agreement dated 8 September 2012. According to the Agreement third parties may use the Emblem unless:

(a) the use creates the impression that there is a connection between the user and any of    the institutions or bodies of the European Union or the Council of Europe;
(b) the use leads the public to believe that the user benefits from the support also financial of any of the institutions or bodies, of the European Union or the Council of Europe;
(c) the use is in connection with any objective or activity which is incompatible with the aims and principles of the European Union or of the Council of Europe, or which would be unlawful.

We consider that the uses of the European Emblem and European Commission's logo, as identified in the attachment, on your website and social media lead the public to confusion and creates the impression that:
-             the services furnished by your company are endorsed by the European Commission which in reality have no control over such services and activities;
-             your organisation benefits from the support, approval or consent of the European Commission or the European Union, which does not exist.

Therefore, we kindly request that you cease immediately the use of the European Emblem and European Commission's logo, as identified in the attachment, in relation to your activities and that you remove them from your website(s), all associated social media pages (Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, etc.) and any other materials or business documents (if any).


woensdag 11 oktober 2017

EUIA PRESS at A territorial reference database for policy conception and assessment workshop

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EUIA PRESS  / (country, region, sub-region, urban)  ESPON information
28 countries, 276 regions, ...
How is my region benefiting from EU investments?
Economic and cultural development
REGIONS data // URBAN DATA PLATFORM
KNOWLEDGE CENTRE FOR TERRITORIAL POLICIES
aNALYTICAL TOOLS .. 

A user friendly way ...
A territorial reference database for policy conception and assessment workshop
EWRC 2017 Thursday 12 October 2017 9:00-10:45 Jacques Delors Room 53
delay in start, 9:10 /

Territorial Impact Assessment is generically referred to as the procedure (or method) to evaluate the likely impact of policies, programmes and projects on the territory, highlighting the importance of the geographic distribution of consequences and effects and considering the spatial developments in Europe.

Sir Albert Bore introducing the focus on progress and methodology of impact assessment tools, knowledge base is the key element of systematic approach.
Cohesion circles are approaching it critical and approving it by upscaling the process.





Ms Claudia Baranzelli TRS / Territorial Reference Scenario 2017 / reference data.
Traditiona data / Database (examples)
Implementation in the LUISA Platform map 2012 ...
Knowledge Centre for Territorial Policies / Impact Assessment of EU policies
Multiple sectors / Multi-tier structure
Scenario-based - Territorial knowledge base
(socio-economic and geographical data and methods)
used as a benchmark : services of the EC / updated regular - yearly versions
EC assumptions, demographic outlook, 2016-2026 EUROPOP2013
Data NUTS-2 and NUTS-3 / 1980-2030 -
Periphery regions, Core Regions. GDP per capita.

CITIES - TOWNS - RURAL - EU28 / Periphery / core // Urban /// Rural typology
Terrain, Climate, Land use/cover, Infrastructure, Settlements,Activities, ...
Cohesion Policy, CAP, TEN-T renewable directive.
Overview of the energy system, Buildings, households and related info,
Transport infrastruture, Social infrastructure
Socio-economic parameters
 (long-time-series)
CROWD-SOURCED and BIG-DATA
MONITORING: Social Media Personal weather stations, Satellite maps, &
Google streetview
Macro Projectsions
Regional Modules
Local Modules
Impact Analysis



PROXIMITY TO SERVICES 
AND FACILITIES
Territorial Dashboard / Exploring Europe regions through analysis data.
http://urban.jrc.ec.europa.eu/t-board/index.html Determinants of regional economic growth in Europe in the period ...
2000-2014 / ..
Variable / Key variables
Regional competitiveness clusters / Spatial spillover / Agglomeriation economies
self-reinforce
Periphery regions, Core Regions. GDP per capita.
EC 2017


The Territorial Dashboard provides a selected set of indicators, covering several domains, 
derived by a Reference Scenario based on the LUISA Modelling Platform. 

The reference scenario is used to build time projections 
(both future projections and past estimates, when historical data are not available and need to be reconstructed) and place-based projections at different territorial granularity 
(country, region, sub-region, urban).


Mr Oliver Muller
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/web/regions/overview
STATISTICAL ATLAS
RCI EUROSTAT Regions and Cities / Urban -rural
Most of the money comes from urban regions ...
Coastal or non-coastal regions?
Degree of urbanisation?

Changes in rates on population. Influences, .. Mobile phone app, "My Region(s)"
EU EFTA and candidate countries, Live data feed from Eurobase
Comparison values up to three regions.


red dots are cities, green dots are rural areas, yellow dots are towns and suburbs.

 REGIONS AND CITIES ILLUSTRATED. / RCI
based on live data feed, Eurostat database
http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/cache/RSI
regional and city statistics.
Employment rate, website, regions, scroll database.
Choose a region, easier to find, choose a dot, zoom in and zoom out.
included data / Regions, Cities, Urban Rural
Distribution plot, Scatter plot, Bar plot, Data table.
Compare regions,..
100 % coverage - The Netherland, Norway.
Playbutton at the bottum, choose a reference and play animation.
Changes the data in the map and the graphics on data.
Regions into a Scattergraph, 3 indicators, X & Y correlations, Employment versus ...
Population density.
EU AVARAGE / GDP in PPS per inhabitant in % of EU avarage. (by NUTS 3 regions)
example :
Friesland in the Netherlands has high production of milk on low space usage.


Ms Marjan van Herwijnen
ESPON EGTC Presentation 2017-10-09
RESEARCH PROJECTS selected by policy makers,
SMEs, LOCATE, Territorial Futures, ESPON 2020 Cooperation Programme
ESPON TIA TOOL, Database Portal
Monitoring and Tools
To support the reinformcement of the effectiveness of EU Cohesion Policy ..
working for the 28 EU Member States, as well as the 4 Partner States ..
Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.
The Europe 2020 Strategy
Flows of migrants and refugees, Territorial ..
Regarding movements of people and the relation on employment.
Resulting data: Typology for EU regions, Labour market conditions,
Population and migration dynamics, Knowledge economy potentional, Context indicators.
Total coverage of al the 32 countries and regions involved.
Data gathered .. micro enterprises, small and medium enterprises. Persons employed.
Share of persons employed in micro enterprises 
results show that there is a reduction in all regions, but ...


TOOLS NOW AVAILABLE FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC 

Results, Maps and the Data will go for an improvement on public accessibility.
Tools made for policymakers and practitioners now available for the public on a user friendly way. 
ESPON Data Navigator, City Bench, FIT Functional Indicators Tool, RIMAP Online Mapping, ESPON Database Portal, Online MapFinder, ESPON TIA Tool, BSR-TeMo ETMS / ESPON MapKits, HyperAtlas, Online mapfinders ... how to use and how to understand.DATABASE PORTAL / CORE DATA / Collect and integrate the most relevant data

USER FRIENDLY - SCOPE - DATABASE PORTAL
Machine-friendly,
Data extraction & analysis, Update tracking, Update execution, Data integration.








Mr Ulrik Mogensen / 10:42 - Assign bettter regulations.
about the focus of proportionality and what is important.
Impressive nr of databases for analysis, .. these days we have a lot of opportunaties and possibilities, a Framework of applications with a challenge how to apply these tools better. Giving policymakers the best possibilities for a certain policy initiative.
Covers all kinds of aspects and dymensions.
New revised toolbox, now 540 pages long.





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Brussels, Belgium

Committee of the Regions

10 October 2017 - 11:15am to 12 October 2017 - 1:00pm
99-101 Rue Belliard
Jacques Delors Building
1040 Brussels
Belgium
Email: info@espon.eu

Directorate General Regional Policy (DG REGIO) / DG REGIO

REGIONAAL BELEID / POLITIQUE REGIONALE / REGIONAL POLICY ...