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Open culture in the digital age

December 21, 2019 at 4:16 pm | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

Europe’s cultural sector is something to be proud of. From centuries of creative and artistic heritage – to world-class contemporary artwork, music, films and books. But, these days, staying ahead of the game means responding to digital realities. For this sector, as for so many. The Internet and new technology bring a revolution in how

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“Open culture in the digital age”

Understanding the benefits of capacity mechanisms for social welfare [Promoted]

September 6, 2019 at 10:29 am | Articles, Blog | Ruben Talley -

A growing number of EU Member States have set up Capacity Mechanisms in recent years, as a way of ensuring the investments that are necessary for long term security of supply. Member States may introduce Capacity Mechanisms to secure electricity supply and to prevent power shortages. And that’s obviously important and completely legitimate. But the

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“Understanding the benefits of capacity mechanisms for social welfare [Promoted]”

Responsible Research and Innovation: aligning R&I with European society

June 29, 2019 at 3:57 pm | Articles | Ruben Talley -

Ние полагаме грижи за всички, не само за нас, но за нашата околна среда и хората, които ще дойдат след нас. Важно е да мислим за изследванията и иновациите, защото силно влияят на нашия живот. Отговорни изследвания и иновации е подход на Европейския съюз за добро управление в изследванията и иновациите. Това означава да уважаваме

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“Responsible Research and Innovation: aligning R&I with European society”

Access to social benefits by economically inactive persons

at 11:19 am | Articles | Ruben Talley -

moving within Europe access to social benefits by economically inactive persons the European Commission has proposed to update the rules that coordinate social security systems Europe a national of France moved to Germany without a job and without actively looking for one his stay does not respect the conditions for legal residents as he does

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“Access to social benefits by economically inactive persons”