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Budget for cross border emergencies

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2.6.2020 – The Commission proposes today to give the European Union the tools to react more quickly when a serious cross-border emergency such as the coronavirus strikes and affects EU countries at the same time. To do so, rescEU – part of the European Union Civil Protection Mechanism – will be significantly reinforced with €2 [...]

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EU budget for recovery: Recovery and Resilience Facility

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29.5.2020 – The centrepiece of the recovery plan will be a new Recovery and Resilience Facility. The aim of the facility will be to support investments and reforms essential to a lasting recovery, to improve the economic and social resilience of the Member States, and to support the green and digital transitions. It will be [...]

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Round table on much needed law on Psychotheraphy in Slovenia

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29.5.2020 -  The on line event is free, but registration is necessary.  More: http://www.sfu-ljubljana.si/sl/dogodki/spletna-okrogla-miza-novi-zakoni-o-psihoterapiji-v-evropi-kako-se-je-zataknila-slovenija Round table participants : Prof. dr. dr. Alfred Pritz, psychologist and psychoanalyst, rector of the Sigmund Freud University in Vienna since 2005, creator of the Austrian Psychotherapy Act of 1990. Doc. dr. Katharina Reboly, psychoanalyst, founding director of SFU Berlin since [...]

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EU – Japan

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27.5.2020 – On 26 May, Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, Council President Charles Michel and the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzō Abe will hold a virtual leaders’ meeting to address matters related to the coronavirus pandemic, preparations for the upcoming G7 summit, and the implementation of the EU-Japan Strategic Partnership. As G7, G20 and [...]

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More violence in famillies during pandemic

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18.5.2020 – The Commission has recently published the reports on implementation of the Victims’ Rights Directive and the Directive on European Protection Order. These two reports assess and analyse the national measures implementing the Directives. Under the Victims’ Rights Directive, victims of crime have rights to protection, support and access to justice. The Directive on the European [...]

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May infringements package: key decisions

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14.5.2020 – In its regular package of infringement decisions, the European Commission pursues legal action against Member States for failing to comply with their obligations under EU law. These decisions, covering various sectors and EU policy areas, aim to ensure the proper application of EU law for the benefit of citizens and businesses. The key [...]

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Eurogroup agreement ESM’s Pandemic Crisis Support

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11.5.2020 – The Commission welcomes the Eurogroup’s agreement on the establishment of the Pandemic Crisis Support instrument of the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) reached at its videoconference on Friday, 8 May 2020. The instrument will be available to all euro area Member States, for amounts of 2% of the respective Member’s GDP, to support domestic [...]

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Slovene Breakup

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11.5.2020 – Author: Jože Možina. The book “Slovenski razkol” has 624 large format pages in color printing. It contains 217 facsimiles of documents and photographs of all parties involved, many for the first time. The monograph also includes 15 maps and 35 graphs made especially for this book, which show more accurately than ever the [...]

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Slovene surnames

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8.5.2020 – Slovenians have surnames that are among the oldest in the world, older than German, Spanish, English and French. The book Surnames is about their origin and meaning, many of which are still alive today.  The book, pblished by  the publishing house in Gorizi “Mohorjeva družba”, was created due to articles by history professor [...]

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Europe day

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5.5.2020 – On the eve of Europe Day, the program “Europe Day at Your Home”, scheduled for May 8 at 8 pm on the 1st program of Television Slovenia, will feature Slovenian musicians: Jadranka Juras, Alenka Godec, Raiven, Tomi from Siddharta Music makers will reminiscent of the values of peace and solidarity between European nations [...]

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EU supports the recovery of the tourism sector

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28.2.2020 – The Commission is supporting Member States as they deal with the impact of the coronavirus on the tourism sector. At a videoconference yesterday, EU Ministers discussed the implications of the coronavirus outbreak on the tourism industry, mitigating measures and the recovery strategy for the tourism ecosystem, which is one of the most damaged [...]

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Western Balkans and COVID -19

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21.4.2020 – Following requests for assistance via the EU Civil Protection Mechanism in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic, the EU is coordinating and co-financing the delivery of aid shipments in the EU and in neighbouring countries. Slovakia is sending masks and disinfectant to Italy, while Austria is sending gloves and disinfectant to Croatia. To [...]

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EU agri-food sector shows resilience

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20.4.2020 – oday, the Commission published the latest short-term outlook report for EU agricultural markets. This regular publication presents a sector-by-sector overview of the latest tendencies and further prospects for agri-food markets. The outbreak of the coronavirus brings about unprecedented challenges for the EU agri-food sector. The sector responds and adapts with efficiency to the [...]

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Common lifting of containment measures

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15.4.2020 – Today, the Commission, in cooperation with the President of the European Council, has put forward a European roadmap to phase-out the containment measures due to the coronavirus outbreak. While we are still in firefighting mode, the necessary extraordinary measures taken by Member States and the EU are working. They have slowed down the [...]

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€2.7 billion from the EU to support the EU healthcare sector

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14.4.2020 – The European Commission proposed to activate the European Union’s Emergency Support Instrument on 2 April to directly support the healthcare systems of the EU countries in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. Today, the Council gave its fast approval, so that the €2.7 billion instrumentcan immediately begin providing direct support where most needed. [...]

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