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Subskriptions für Einjahres-Abonnement (10 + 6 Ausgaben)

Subskriptions für Einjahres-Abonnement (10 + 6 Ausgaben) Abonnieren Sie jetzt, und Sie erhalten die ersten sechs Ausgaben als Willkommensgeschenk (1 Abonnement = 10 + 6 Ausgaben (Die Abonnementkosten können Sie steuerlich geltend machen) Etappe 1 Ja, ich möchte 10 Ausgaben des GlobalEurope 10 números del Antizipations-Bulletin abonnieren : Dieser Schritt ...

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Franck Biancheri speaks in conference on ‘Global Crisis: defining the relevant democratic and socio-economic European answers’

On Friday November 28th 2008, in Frankfurt, Franck Biancheri, Director of Studies of LEAP/E2020, coordinator of the Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin (GEAB) and president of Newropeans, will take part in the public debate entitled “{Global Crisis: defining the relevant democratic and socio-economic European answers}”. This conference aims at presenting and ...

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LEAP/E2020 offers the GEAB archives to 100 academic libraries worldwide!

Taking into consideration numerous demands coming from the academic world to have access to past issues of the GEAB in the framework of university reaserch-studies, LEAP/E2020 has decided to offer to 100 academic libraries the GEAB archives (for the exclusive use of the concerned university). Archives for the year 2006 ...

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2005 April April 5 1st GlobalEurope II seminar in Washington, in partnership with the European Institute, the French Embassy and the German Embassy: Présentation/Discussion of/ on the conclusions of the GlobalEurope 2020 seminar in The Hague on “What future common EU policy towards North America? ” April 28 The “Marathon ...

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Video – The day I convinced Mitterand to reactivate the Erasmus programme, by Franck Biancheri

<img174|left> [Civis Memoria*->http://www.civismemoria.fr/] has interviewed Franck Biancheri on the decisive role he played in the launching of the Erasmus programme in 1987. [The video of the interview (in French)->http://www.civismemoria.fr/contribution/?module=contrib&contrib=759] is now available online from their website. *CivisMemoria is a website recently created by historians and journalists in partnership with Historia, ...

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