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Winners of the competition Juvenes Translatores


4.1.2019 – Congratulations to the 28 winners in the 12th edition of the European Commission’s Juvenes Translatores translation contest for secondary schools! The best young translator from each of EU’s 28 Member States will now travel to Brussels to collect their awards and to meet with European Commission’s professional translators. The European Commission has today announced [...]

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The winning teacher

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27.11.2018 – As part of the campaign # SaferInternet4EU, the European Commission has announced the winners of the competition for online safety, media literacy and online hygiene. In the category of teachers, Nina Jelen and Podkum Elementary School Ivana Skvarče won the first place for their “Traveling around the World” project. The classroom was turned [...]

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Juvenes Translatores contest


3.9.2018 – The European Commission’s translation department invites students from across Europe to test their translation skills in the 12th edition of its annual Juvenes Translatores contest. This year, teenagers with a taste for languages will translate a text on the topic of cultural heritage. The theme has been chosen to honour the European Year [...]

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A Film Competition for young filmmakers

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23.8.2018 – The European Commission’s #EUandME campaign is launching a short film competition for young filmmakers from 24 August until 31 October 2018. The competition is open to young European filmmakers between 18 and 35 years old. They will be able to participate in one of five categories related to the campaign: mobility, sustainability, rights, [...]

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Film competition

Cannes film festival

24.1.2018 – Love the European Films? Test your knowledge and join the competition! The EC offers 10 trips to the Cannes Film Festival in May 2018, travel and hotel included. This will be your chance to get a glimpse into the European audiovisual sector and meet film professionals. Deadline: 18 March 2018. The competition is [...]

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Commission blocks Austrian broadcasting regulator


15.1.2018 – The European Commission decided to block today a proposal by Austrian broadcasting regulator KommAustria, as it is not compatible with the EU telecom’s rules and principles of competition law. Following two months of in-depth investigation the Commission required KommAustria to withdraw plans for continued regulation of the wholesale market for analogue terrestrial radio [...]

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Commission launches video contest for young people

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In the context of the broad debate launched by the Commission’s White Paper on the Future of Europe, young Europeans are being invited to look ahead at how Europe can reach its full digital potential. The Commission’ video contest Digital Tomorrow invites young people between the ages of 16 and 25, who live in the [...]

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Consumer Classroom Inter-School Competition 2016 – 2017

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Competition open to primary and secondary schools (12-18 year old students) across the European Union from 10th October 2016 to 17th March 2017, midnight, (Central European Time) Take part in our fourth edition of Inter-School Competition on: Smart Energy Consumers Nowadays, your pupils are familiar with the global fight against climate change towards a more [...]

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“EU nerd” competition


European Commission Representation in Slovenia has prepared a new online challenge; quiz you which can test your knowledge of interesting and fun facts about Europe and earn a prize and the honor of the “EU nerd”. The quiz is available unill the 30 January  on the website You are invited to participate! Source : [...]

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Young Translator’s Contest

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From 1 September, secondary schools can sign up to compete in Juvenes Translatores, the annual EU Young Translators’ Contest, at . The registration period runs until 20 October and the online application form is available in all the EU’s official languages. A total of 751 schools from all EU countries can take part. Schools [...]

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