Welcome to the Policy Modeling Community that aims to strengthens the use of ICT in the Policy Making process and therewith enable made policies to achieve a higher sustainability, impact and efficiency. To include ICT in policy making requires also changes in the policy making process, what’s intended by the advancement of existing policy making process and refine them for the use and consideration of new technologies.
- COVID-19: Regional coherence and a spirit of collective support are crucialStatement to the press by Dr Hans Henri P. Kluge, WHO Regional Director for Europe: The response to the crisis has been very effective whenever the actions were… Continue reading →
- Press release – MEPs to discuss the situation in Belarus with Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya on MondayForeign Affairs Committee MEPs will discuss the dramatic developments in Belarus with opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya on Monday, 21 September.Committee on Foreign Affairs Source : © European Union,… Continue reading →
- Agenda – The Week Ahead 21 – 27 September 2020Committee meetings – Brussels Source : © European Union, 2020 – EP …read more Read more here:: https://www.europarl.europa.eu/news/en/agenda/weekly-agenda/2020-39
- Self-testing for HIV at home – successful project in BulgariaA demonstration project conducted in Bulgaria has shown that more people get tested for HIV when self-testing is available. In situations where testing is based in health-care institutions,… Continue reading →
- Press release: New Convention signed between Luxembourg Government and EIPABy KFrenken 01.09.2020 The Luxembourg Minister for Foreign and European Affairs Jean Asselborn has signed a new convention with EIPA’s Centre for Judges and Lawyers, based in Luxembourg,… Continue reading →
- Press release – MEPs approve €6.2 billion to tackle crisis and speed up vaccine deploymentThe funds will allow the EU to improve its chances of having an effective and safe vaccine available as soon as possible, and to step up COVID-19-related cohesion… Continue reading →