(8) Historical Concepts of EU

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Pt1 - ACTS Projects 1995-1998: Intro

 

The ACTS Information Window

 

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ACTS

ACTS was a programme set up to develop Advanced Communications Technologies and Services, and to encourage the development of advanced trans-European networks and services that would further assist economic and social cohesion in the European Union.

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(9) Historical Concepts of EU

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EU migration policy: the search for skills

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Acquis Communautaire

 

The Ad Hoc Group on Immigration was a specialized sub element of TREVI established in 1986.

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(10) Historical Concepts of EU

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Europe's Hidden Billions - Tracking The EU's Structural Funds

2011

Additionality

 

Additionality is one of the principles driving the functioning of the Structural Funds. The principle of additionality means that EU Structural Funds may not replace the national or equivalent expenditure by a Member State.

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(11) Historical Concepts of EU

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Interview with Chancellor Konrad Adenauer

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Konrad Adenauer

 

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Konrad Adenauer

Konrad Adenauer (1876-1967) was the first Chancellor (19491963) of the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG, West Germany). He believed strongly in European co-operation and integration, based in particular upon reconciliation between France and Germany.

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(12) Historical Concepts of EU

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European Union Health and Consumers

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Karen Hulebak discusses food safety and production

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The Advisory Committee on Foodstuffs

Is a body established in 1975 to advise the European Commission on problems and issues associated with the harmonization of national laws on foodstuffs, its membership being composed of representatives from agriculture, industry and consumer associations?

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