The Brussels Binder FUNdraiser
ABOUT THE FUNDRAISER
On March 20, Google Brussels is hosting the first fundraising event of The Brussels Binder to support our Growfunding / bxl crowdfunding campaign (https://
Come meet the Brussels Binder team, have a drink, network, sign up for the database and win fabulous prizes in the Brussels Binder raffle.
Don't forget to register via the link above! Entrance to the fundraiser is free, but we would be very grateful for a contribution to the Brussels Binder at the event. We are very excited to seeing you soon and watch this space for updates on the program!
ABOUT THE BRUSSELS BINDER
The Brussels Binder is a joint initiative of Brussels based think tanks, currently supported by Bruegel, CEPS, ECIPE, EPC, Friends of Europe, GMF, the Global Relations Forum, SWP, and individual staff of Carnegie Europe, CER, EED, IFRI, OSEPI and WIIS.
The aim of the initiative is to end the mysterious absence of women in the Brussels policy debate by building an online database of female policy experts and journalists.
We want to demonstrate a progressive trend and make the policy research and analysis community more inclusive, innovative and reflective of the new working environment of Europe and the societies they serve.
Save the Structural Funds' Workshop. Preventing and eliminating barriers to accessibility for persons with disabilities should be a condition to fulfill in order to receiveEuropean money.
On 30 May 2012, EDF together with Vodafone Foundation and AGE Platform will launch the 2012 Smart Accessibility Awards. After the 2011 edition, the three organisations partnered again to improve the lives of senior and disabled users through inclusive designed mobile applications.
Kreab Gavin Anderson 20th Anniversary
Press launch - EPSU closing the tax gap campaign - 7 November 2012 Brussels
Where has the money gone? Missing €1Trillion in Europe EPSU calls to stop tax dodging and invest in tax services to finance the welfare state
COLLOQUE : "Action for teens"
Adolescence en détresse: L'urgence d'une politique d'accueil en Europe
The European Employment Forum , 27-28 November, SQUARE, Brussels, ‘Creating jobs for growth’
This conference and exhibition will focus on the major social and economic issues surrounding pan-European employment
Come along and join the debate.
Eurofound publishes its 3rd European Quality of Life Survey (3EQLS) ‘Impacts of the crisis on Europe's citizens: Trends in quality of life’ on Thursday 29 November 2012:
INTERNATIONAL PEACE INITIATIVE (IPI)
Monday 3rd December, 10h30, International Press Centre, Maelbeek Room
4 December 2012, 9.00-12.30
European Parliament, ASP 1G2
The EPC and the Bertelsmann Stiftung are pleased to invite you to the final conference of their joint project Creating Second Career Labour Markets - Towards more Employment Opportunities for Older Workers, on 5 December.
"Bringing Divided Communities Together - Sharing the experience of the EU PEACE Programme", will be held in Brussels, Charlemagne Building, on Thursday 31 January 2013. 9.00-13.00.
15.00 – 15.10 Opening
Gabi Zimmer, President GUE/NGL
Mikael Gustafsson, MEP GUE/NGL and Chair of FEMM Committee
Over 200 young people aged between 18 and 30 from six EU countries (Greece, Spain, Portugal, France, Denmark, Germany) will meet on Wednesday 10 April 2013 to participate at a conference on "Youth in Crisis" at the European Parliament in Brussels
German Legoland workers at the Günzburg Park in Bavaria struggle to defend the chairman of the works council from attacks by the fun park management and to secure decent work conditions for part-time and temporary workers.
MEP Marie-Christine Vergiat, (GUE-NGL) MEP Hélène Flautre,(Verts-ALE)
Lancement de la campagne Open Access 2013
mercredi 24 avril 2013, de 14h30 à 15h, salle ASP 5 G 2 du PE, BXL
- The Brief: Macron didn’t need Juncker’s poison kiss
- French political class rallies behind Macron, against Le Pen
- Moscovici: French election ‘a referendum on Europe’
- Commission readies new parental leave rules to replace axed maternity bill
- March for Science: Is the basis of the knowledge society being eroded?