Europe on the Move: Commission takes action for clean, competitive and connected mobility

'Europe on the Move' is a wide-ranging set of initiatives that will make traffic safer; encourage fairer road charging; reduce CO2 emissions, air pollution and congestion; cut red-tape for businesses; fight illicit employment and ensure proper conditions and rest times for workers.

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2018 EU budget: Commission proposes budget with focus on jobs, investments, migration and security

Building on the actions already undertaken in previous years, next year's EU budget will continue dealing effectively with the migration challeng...

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Youth initiative: Commission sets out strategy for high quality, inclusive, future-oriented education

The overall aim of these initiatives is to help Member States provide high quality and inclusive education for all young people through a series of concrete actions, so they acquire the knowledge and skills needed to participate fully in society, are able to respond to new opportunities and challenges opened up by for instance globalisation and technological change, and can tailor their education to the needs of the labour market.

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European Solidarity Corps: Commission proposes more than €340 million to enable 100 000 placements by 2020

As well as offering volunteering, traineeships and job placements, the European Solidarity Corps will now also provide participants the opportuni...

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Digital Single Market: EU negotiators agree on the WiFi4EU initiative

The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission reached tonight a political agreement on the WiFi4EU initiative and its funding which supports installing free public Wi-Fi hotspots in local communities across the EU: in public squares, piazzas, parks, hospitals and other public spaces...

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EU and UN Women launch new initiative in BiH to focus on Ending Violence against Women and Girls

The programme will work towards creating an enabling legislative and policy environment in line with international normative standards......

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European Commission lays the ground work for future action in EU consumer law

EU consumer rules have contributed to improving consumer confidence: in 2016, nearly 6 in 10 consumers (58%) felt they are well protected when buying something online from another Member State, compared to only one in ten (10%) in 2003.

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Europe Day in Mostar: Musical Afternoon with Mostar Rock School and “Superar Srebrenica“choir

The event featured a discussion on the role of music in the intercultural communication as well as the role of the EU in promoting cultural diver...

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Director General Danielsson’s speech at the Banja Luka University

A lot has happened between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Europe recently. The Stabilisation and Association Agreement with the EU entered into force in 2015 and your country also applied for EU membership last year. This all demonstrated the country's clear determination to reform. And this was recognised by the European Union last September when it gave the green light for the next step on the road to accession.

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