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CDE: Livros / EDC: Books

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TÍTULO: Handbook on European data protection law : 2018 edition


COTA: UE 06 EUR Han

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TÍTULO: A União Europeia : o que é e o que faz


COTA: UE 01 COM Uni

 

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TÍTULO: Children's rights and justice minimum age requirements in the EU


COTA: UE 06 EUR Chi

 

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TÍTULO: Shifting perceptions : towards a rights-based approach to ageing


COTA: UE 06 EUR Shi

 

Biblioteca / Livros: Oferta do Prof. Doutor Manfred Kaufmann

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Oferta do Prof. Doutor Manfred Kaufmann

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TÍTULO: World ocean review: living with the oceans


COTA: 551.46 Wor

 

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TÍTULO: World ocean review: living with the oceans


COTA: 551.46 Wor

 

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TÍTULO: World ocean review: living with the oceans


COTA: 551.46 Wor

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CDE: Rapid 27 de junho

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Comunicado de imprensa

Lisboa, 27 de junho de 2018.

  • COLLEGE MEETING: Commission preparations ahead of the European Council
    Today the College of Commissioners met in Brussels in preparation for the European Council meetings on 28 and 29 June. The Commission has now published three notes which form the basis of its contribution to the European Council: 1. On deepening the Economic and Monetary Union, providing an overview of what has already been achieved to strengthen the EMU, where we are now, and the way forward to be discussed at the inclusive Euro Summit on 29 June; 2. On the next long-term EU budget, recalling the principal features of the Commission's proposal of 2 May 2018 for a modern and fair long-term budget for the 2021-2027 period, and the proposals for the 37 programmes to implement and support the political priorities around which the new budget is built; 3. On migration, providing an overview of the work over the past 3 years on the European Agenda on Migration proposed by the Juncker Commission in May 2015, and highlighting the areas in which Leaders can take the debate on migration forward. All three notes are available here. Today President Juncker debriefed the College following the informal working meeting on Sunday, which brought together 16 Member States at his initiative. Discussions were positive and constructive, focusing on how no Member State should be left alone or put under disproportionate pressure, be it from primary or secondary movements. There are two factsheets available with more information, on how the future asylum reform will provide solidarity and address secondary movements, and on managing migration: possible areas for advancement at the June European Council, available here. First Vice-President Timmermans also debriefed the College following the General Affairs Council on Tuesday 26 June.
     
  • New report shows European maritime economy as driver of economic growth, jobs and innovation
    The Commission published today the first annual report on the state of the EU blue economy which will help identify investment opportunities and provide direction for future policies in this area. Representing 1.3% of the total European Gross Domestic Product, the maritime economy is a dynamically growing sector with a turnover of €566 billion, generating €174 billion of value added and providing jobs for 3 and a half million people in Europe. For the purposes of the report, the blue economy represents all economic activities related to oceans, seas or coastal areas, such as fisheries, aquaculture and tourism as well as emerging industries, like ocean energy and blue biotechnology. In several EU Member States, including Portugal, Spain and Belgium, the blue economy has grown faster than the national economy in the last decade. Better management of fishing resources, thanks to the EU common fisheries policy, plays an important role in this positive development. More details of the report are available here.
     
  • New report: digital employment platforms gain a foothold in Europe's labour markets
    Today, the Commission published a report on digital platform workers in Europe prepared by the Joint Research Centre, the Commission's science and knowledge hub. It shows that one in every 10 adults has already used online platforms at least once to provide services. While for the majority it remains a sporadic source of secondary income, 2% of the adult population work more than 20 hours a week or earn at least half of their income via online labour platforms. The report is based on a survey of over 32 000 people across 14 Member States.To adjust existing labour market institutions and welfare systems to this new reality, the Commission proposed in December 2017 a Directive on transparent and predictable working conditions and a Council Recommendation on access to social protection for workers and the self-employed in the social fairness package in March 2018. More information is available online.
     
  • Publication of latest agri-food trade figures: EU agri-food exports remain high
    The latest monthly agri-food trade report published today shows that the EU exports remain strong at €11.1 billion in April 2018. This represents an increase of 3.7% compared to April 2017. Monthly imports values decreased on the other hand by 2% compared with last year and amounted to €9.6 billion. This results in an EU trade surplus for agri-food products at €1.5 billion. EU's exports to the USA, Russia, Japan and Turkey particularly increased over the last 12 months. Exports of wine, spirits and liqueurs and infant food keep performing very well. From May 2017 to April 2018, the EU became a net exporter of beet and cane sugar. The 2017 annual report published earlier this month confirmed that the EU remains the largest global exporter and importer of agri-food products. The monthly report provides a table presenting the trade balance and its development by product category from May 2016 to April 2018.
     
  • Strengthening the European Solidarity Corps: Joint statement by Commissioners Navracsics, Oettinger and Thyssen on the political deal reached by the European Parliament and the Council
    The European Parliament and the Council reached a political agreement this morning on the Commission's proposal to provide the European Solidarity Corps with its own budget and legal framework until 2020. The full statement and a factsheet on the European Solidarity Corps are available online. Once the European Parliament votes on the agreement and the Council formally adopts the text, the Commission can start awarding projects under the European Solidarity Corps. Preparatory steps can already be taken before and the first call for funding is expected this year.

 

Biblioteca: Revistas / Library: Journals

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TÍTULO: Infância na Europa hoje


COTA: PP 37 Inf

 

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TÍTULO: Dirigir & formar


COTA: PP 65 Dir

 

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TÍTULO: Elo [Recurso electrónico]


COTA: PP/URL 00 Elo

 

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TÍTULO: SIAM news [Recurso eletrónico]


COTA: PP/URL 51 SIAM

 

Biblioteca / Livros: Oferta do Investigador Carlos Barradas

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Oferta do Investigador Carlos Barradas

 

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TÍTULO: Medicina interna : Harrison


COTA: 616 Med

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TÍTULO: Medicina interna : Harrison


COTA: 616 Med

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