Category Archive for: Events

Future of the Internet of things: Richness in the fragmentation of standards?

With more than 50 standards organisations attempting to oversee ever faster technological advancements, the issue of improving IoT standards unsurprisingly generated fierce debate when it came up at a conference in Brussels on Thursday.

MEP Award 2013: Shortlist videos

The Parliament Magazine’s MEP Awards recognise the hard work and dedication of Europe’s parliamentarians.

Commissioner has ‘high hopes’ for the clean Europe week initiative

European environment commissioner Janez Potocnik has said that marine waste is the “most serious consequence” of “inadequate waste management”.

Fuel quality directive event

The ALDE group organised an event in Parliament on March 5th entitled “The EU’s fuel quality directive-What effects on trade and geopolitics”.

Huawei innovation event

On Tuesday 26th February Huawei organised an event in the European Parliament on innovation, hosted by MEP Vittorio Prodi.

The Burden of Liver Disease in Europe

Stephen Hughes, chair of the Friends of the Liver MEP group, hosted an event with the European Association for the Study of the Liver (EASL) on 20 February at the European Parliament, in Brussels.

V-day: One billion rising

On 14 February 2013, the European Women’s Lobby (EWL) invites you to come and dance in Brussels against violence against women, and to be part of a European and worldwide movement singing and striking for women’s rights.

The Parliament Magazine’s Irish presidency reception

On Tuesday 22 January The Parliament Magazine hosted the Irish presidency reception. MEP’s Gay Mitchell, Emer Costello and Irish minister of state for European affairs, Lucinda Creighton, delivered speeches about the upcoming council presidency.

Lucinda Creighton full speech from Irish presidency reception

The full speech that the Irish minister of state for European affairs, Lucinda Creighton, delivered outlining the Irish presidencies priorities at the reception held in the European parliament on 22 January 2013.

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