EIPA - The European Institute of Public Administration

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The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht offers a regular series of courses on "Europe on the Internet: Finding your Way through the European Information Jungle".

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Members of the judiciary, lawyers, civil servants and members of the public administrations as well as private sector actors with an interest in EU environmental law. A legal background is not necessary to attend the course.

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This is a self-standing ‘immersion’ course. It is also a suitable basis for participation in the specialised courses offered by EIPA on particular aspects of EU decision-making. The course first provides a framework for understanding EU decision-making.

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Public officials preparing to assume EU responsibilities, EU affairs professionals, people needing to quickly acquire a comprehensive familiarity with how EU decisions are taken.

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Participants of previous editions of CBA seminars wishing to extend and improve their practical knowledge about CBA; Practitioners responsible for the preparation of the CBA or review of its quality and report its result.

This workshop deals in a very practical way with specific aspects concerning political, legal, economical, process and managerial questions related to implementation of EU policies and law at the level of the Member States.

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The seminar will cover the principles and procedures of European public procurement policy, focusing on the Public Procurement Directives, relevant case law and the enforcement of the procurement regime.

The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO), within a modernised process of staff selection, annually announces open competitions for positions within the EU institutions. These are highly competitive, which makes good preparation essential.

This comprehensive course will give participants a thorough and well-rounded view of the EU machinery, its institutions and decision-making procedures.

The body of national law derived from EU directives and regulations expands into all areas of government, and officials in both national and EU administrative bodies play an increasingly active role as administrators and enforcers of EU law.

The seminar aims to provide a thorough understanding on EU Family Law, where special emphasis is made on how to serve the best interest of the child in administering cross border family law cases related to parental responsibility and maintenance obligations.

The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht offers a regular series of courses on "Understanding EU Decision-Making: Principles, Procedures, Practice".

The CAF Resource Centre at EIPA organises a seminar on “Strengthening the Performance of Your Organisation with the Renewed Common Assessment Framework: the CAF 2013. It will take place in Maastricht (NL) on 19-21 June 2013.

This two-day seminar offers an explanatory overview of EU decision-making in the budgetary field and concentrates on the ongoing debates and negotiations on the Multiannual Financial Framework 2014-2020 (MFF).

The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht would like to announce the following upcoming seminar Implementation of Environmental Legislation: How to Avoid Infringements, Court Cases and Financial Penalties”.

e-Justice has been under discussion at European level since 2007. Solving interoperability issues, providing legal surety and developing practical comparative law are key aspects of the future development of European e-Justice.

e-Justice has been under discussion at European level since 2007 and we are now able to discover and use the first practical tools developed as a result of the roadmap for European e-Justice.

The EU’s economy is extremely regulated, allowing for commercialisation in certain sectors of products that meet a number of scientific, technical and safety standards.

This two-day course offers participants an intensive practical introduction to impact assessment in EU decision-making. It explains why impact assessment has become an increasingly important part of the policy-making and legislative processes in the EU.

The European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht offers a regular series of courses on "Working with Impact Assessment in the European Union”.

This seminar provides an overview on the current state of judicial cooperation in criminal matters in the European Union.

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