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DARWIN EU® has completed its first studies and is calling for new data partners, , 28/03/2023
DARWIN EU®, the Data Analysis and Real-World Interrogation Network, has accomplished its first year of establishment. Following the set-up of the DARWIN...
Boosting digital development of the Western Balkans
The Investing in Digitalisation in the Western Balkans conference was held today in Sarajevo, and included a donor coordination meeting on the Common Regional Market in the Western Balkans and the Regional Digital Area. Jointly organised by the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the European Investment Bank (EIB), the event was attended by the region’s ministers in charge of the digital sector and other high ranking government officials, local and international experts in digital projects, key donors and international financial institutions, and business representatives from the Western Balkans. While sharing key success stories of digitalisation in the Western Balkans, they agreed on the importance of boosting successful digitalisation models in the area of soft and hard infrastructure in the private and public sector. Addressing infrastructural and financial gaps in the digital infrastructure sector, creating a Regional Digital Area and digital ecosystems, and increasing financing opportunities for the digitalisation of small businesses were identified as the key priorities going forward.
EU4MD II bursaries for 2023 European Drugs Summer School
Two bursaries for the 2023 European Drugs Summer School (EDSS) are currently being offered through EMCDDA’s EU4Monitoring Drugs II (EU4MD II) project. Professionals, academics or experts from the European Neighbourhood Policy area are encouraged to apply.
New EMCDDA work programme prepares agency for significant changes ahead
Message from the Director 1/2023
Spain: The EIB and TMB sign an advisory service agreement to promote the development of harassment prevention plans on public transport
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has agreed to lend €450 million to Redes Energéticas Nacionais SGPS, S.A. (REN) to finance renewable energy connections and the reinforcement and upgrading of the Portuguese electricity transmission network. This financing will contribute to REN’s five-year electricity transmission investment programme (2022-2026), benefiting several regions across Portugal.
Record-breaking results achieved in the 2021 Awareness Grants edition
As the 2021 Awareness Grants come to an end, we look at the impressive impact of the supported projects.
Coordinated Enforcement Action on the role of data protection officers
Coordinated Enforcement Action on the role of data protection officers julia Mon, 03/27/2023 - 13:00 Mon, 03/27/2023 - 12:00 EDPS participates in European Data Protection Board's Coordinated Enforcement Action on the role and tasks of data protection officers with other data protection authorities of the EU and European Economic Area. Read Press Release about the initiative 0
Bursaries for students from Latin American and Caribbean countries for the 2023 European Drugs Winter School
Professionals, academics or experts from Latin American and Caribbean countries (LAC) (1) will have an opportunity to participate in the European Drugs Winter School (EDWS) this year, thanks to two bursaries covering the registration fee being offered through the EMCDDA’s partnership with the...
Meeting highlights from the Committee for Veterinary Medicinal Products (CVMP) 21-22 March 2023, CVMP, 24/03/2023
CVMP opinions on veterinary medicinal productsUnder Regulation (EC) No 726/2004The Committee adopted by consensus a positive opinion for a marketing...
Joint investigation team into alleged core international crimes in Ukraine: one year of international collaboration
One year ago tomorrow, on 25 March 2022, the national authorities of Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine set up of a joint investigation team (JIT) into alleged core international crimes committed in Ukraine. Over the past 12 months, four more countries have joined the JIT, and Eurojust has developed a dedicated support structure that includes the establishment of a centralised database to collect, store and analyse evidence.