Archive for: November, 2012

Securing the future: the strategic importance of Europe’s nanoelectronics

The Parliament Magazine, in association with ENIAC Joint Undertaking, organised an event in the European parliament on Europe’s nanoelectronic sector, hosted by Lambert van Nistelrooij MEP, president of Knowledge4Innovation and rapporteur for the Common Strategic Framework for regional policy.

Making Solvency II work: preserving stability of the financial markets

On 6th November The Parliament Magazine, in association with Associazione Nazionale fra le Imprese Assicuratrici and Banche Assicurazioni Finanza, organised and event in the European parliament about solvency II.

World Aids Day 2012

Event held by the European parliament’s Aids/HIV working group on World Aids Day 2012.

EU urged to step up action on HIV/Aids

Although there are positive signs there is still much work to be done in the fight against Aids, particularly in Europe.

European Public Affairs Awards 2012

Now in their fifth year the European Public Affairs Awards highlight success and encourage best practice throughout the European public affairs community; bringing recognition to individuals, organisations, issues and campaigns.

Yves Mersch could be appointed amid gender row

Luxembourg’s Yves Mersch looks likely to be appointed to the European Central Bank (ECB) board over the weekend, despite opposition from MEPs.

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