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CDE: Rapid 9 de agosto

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COMUNICADO DE IMPRENSA

 

Lisboa, 9 de agosto de 2017

 

  • 10 years since the start of the crisis: back to recovery thanks to decisive EU action

The global financial crisis began 10 years ago and led to the European Union's worst recession in its six-decade history. The crisis did not start in Europe but EU institutions and Member States needed to act resolutely to counter its impact and address the shortcomings of the initial set-up of the Economic and Monetary Union. Decisive action has paid off: today, the EU economy is expanding for the fifth year in a row. Recent economic developments are encouraging but a lot remains to be done to overcome the legacy of the crisis years. The European Commission is fully mobilised to deliver on its agenda for jobs, growth and social fairness. A full press release, as well as factsheet and infographics showing EU efforts made to fight the crisis are available here.

  • Le Plan Juncker soutient le traitement contre le cancer du cerveau

Les patients atteints du cancer du cerveau le plus agressif, le glioblastome, bénéficieront prochainement d'un accès plus large à une nouvelle forme de traitement, grâce au Plan Juncker. La Banque européenne d'investissement (BEI) et MagForce, une entreprise allemande spécialisée dans des dispositifs médicaux, ont signé un accord de financement de 35 millions d'euros pour développer une nouvelle méthode de traitement local des tumeurs solides. Cette méthode permet de combattre la tumeur de l'intérieur, tout en épargnant les tissus sains qui l'entourent. Des patients sont déjà traités avec succès en Allemagne et l'accord de financement signé aujourd'hui permettra que la nouvelle méthode puisse être offerte à l'échelle de l'Europe. Sans l'intervention du Fonds européen pour les investissements stratégiques (FEIS), cette opération conclue avec MagForce n'aurait pas été possible. Les projets et accords qui ont été approuvés pour un financement au titre du Plan Juncker jusqu'à présent devraient permettre de mobiliser 225 milliards d'euros d'investissements dans les 28 États membres. Un communiqué de presse se trouve ici.

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Biblioteca: Mestrados / Library: Master's Degree

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TÍTULO: Construção do conhecimento em língua portuguesa dos alunos da comunidade indígena Tapeba em Caucaia/CE : estudo de caso / José Moreira da Rocha


COTA: T/M 37 ROC Con

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TÍTULO: Construção do conhecimento em língua portuguesa dos alunos da comunidade indígena Tapeba em Caucaia/CE [Recurso eletrónico] : estudo de caso / José Moreira da Rocha


COTA: T/MDVD-R 37 ROC Con

 

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TÍTULO: Educação escolar quilombola : perspectivas de práticas pedagógicas inovadoras no contexto da Escola Rural Quilombola de Lage dos Negros / Aldésia Márcia de Freitas Vieira Celestino


COTA: T/M 37 CEL Edu

 

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TÍTULO: Educação escolar quilombola : perspectivas de práticas pedagógicas inovadoras no contexto da Escola Rural Quilombola de Lage dos Negros [Recurso eletrónico] / Aldésia Márcia de Freitas Vieira Celestino


COTA: T/MCD-R 37 CEL Edu

 

Biblioteca: Mestrados / Library: Master's Degree

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TÍTULO: Inovação pedagógica nas práticas de formação de professores / Marilândia Ferreira Colaço do Carmo


COTA: T/M 37 CAR Ino

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TÍTULO: Inovação pedagógica nas práticas de formação de professores [Recurso eletrónico] / Marilândia Ferreira Colaço do Carmo


COTA: T/MCD-R 37 CAR Ino

 

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TÍTULO: Desafios e perspectivas de inovação pedagógica nos processos de aprendizagem em educação ambiental no Colégio Hermógenes Filho, Campo Formoso, Bahia / Suely Rita Maria de Carvalho


COTA: T/M 37 CAR Des

 

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TÍTULO: Desafios e perspectivas de inovação pedagógica nos processos de aprendizagem em educação ambiental no Colégio Hermógenes Filho, Campo Formoso, Bahia [Recurso eletrónico] / Suely Rita Maria de Carvalho


COTA: T/MDVD-R 37 CAR Des

 

Biblioteca: Mestrados / Library: Master's Degree

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TÍTULO: Leituras sobre uma sociedade ameaça / Ernesto da Silva Coelho


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TÍTULO: Leituras sobre uma sociedade ameaça [Recurso eletrónico] / Ernesto da Silva Coelho


COTA: T/MCD-R 80 COE Lei

 

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TÍTULO: Relatório de estágio de biologia e geologia realizado na Escola Secundária de Francisco Franco e Escola Básica e Secundária Gonçalves Zarco / Nélia Freitas Sousa


COTA: T/M 57 SOU Rel

 

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TÍTULO: Relatório de estágio de biologia e geologia realizado na Escola Secundária de Francisco Franco e Escola Básica e Secundária Gonçalves Zarco [Recurso eletrónico] / Nélia Freitas Sousa


COTA: T/MCD-R 57 SOU Rel

 

CDE: Rapid 4 de agosto

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COMUNICADO DE IMPRENSA

 

Lisboa, 4 de agosto de 2017

 

  • Migration: Commission awards €9.3 million in emergency funding to UNHCR to support refugees in Greece

The European Commission has awarded an additional €9.3 million in emergency assistance to UNCHR to provide targeted support to refugees and migrants in Greece. The grant, which will ensure continuity of services on the islands, covers activities including the provision of transportation, accommodation and auxiliary services to relocation candidates, protection and non-formal education for children (including support to a pilot guardianship network for unaccompanied minors), interpretation, core relief items and support for victims of sexual and gender-based violence and abuse. The overall amount of emergency funding allocated to the Greek authorities and international organisations operating in Greece now stands at €371.16 million, in addition to the €509.5 million allocated to Greece under the national programmes for the period 2014-2020. Overall, the European Union has mobilised over €1.3 billion of support (until 2020) to Greece to help manage migration and the external borders, through various kinds of funding.

 

  • EU assists Albania in fighting forest fires

The European Commission has helped mobilise two firefighting planes from Greece through the EU's Civil Protection Mechanism, following a request for assistance from Albania to battle forest fires in the country. In addition, the EU's emergency Copernicus Satellite mapping system has also been activated to help the Albanian civil protection authorities. The Commission's Emergency Response Coordination Centre is closely monitoring the situation in Albania and the forest fire risk across Europe. Photos and video stockshots of the Emergency Centre are available, as well as a MEMO 'Fighting forest fires in Europe – how it works'.

  • Commission launched consultation on EU initiative to develop Europe's supercomputers

With the aim of creating a European initiative on high performance computing, the Commission launched yesterday afternoon a consultation calling for opinions on the future development of supercomputing. The results of the consultation will help support the development of the next generation computing and data infrastructure in Europe. High performance computing carries enormous potential for science, society, and investment in the European Union because of its ability to analyse vast quantities of data in real time. It can effectively address societal and scientific challenges in areas such as the development of personalised medicine, decoding the human brain, forecasting climate change and mitigating large-scale industrial and natural disasters. In the 2017 Mid-Term Review of the Digital Single Market Strategy and in the 2016 European Cloud Initiative, the Commission announced proposals for a European high performance computing initiative, underlining it as crucial element for the future of European research and industry. The consultation runs until 5 September 2017. The results will be used to prepare the European high performance computing initiative. The Commission intends to adopt the initiative in 2018. Everyone interested – academic and researchers, private and public sector representatives and associations – can participate in the consultation here. More information is available online.

 

  • Commission launches consultation to help law enforcements to combat crime in the digital age

Today the European Commission is launching a public consultation on improving cross-border access to electronic evidence. Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality, Vera Jourová, already presented three legislative options to improve access to e-evidence at the last Justice Council (8/06). Based on the discussion between Justice Ministers and input of the public, the Commission will prepare a legislative proposal. Crime often leaves digital traces that can serve as valuable evidence in criminal proceedings and provide significant leads for investigators. E-evidence could include subscriber information, traffic or metadata as well as content data, for the purpose of criminal investigations.  Although the procedures for gathering this type of electronic evidence are usually defined at national level, obtaining electronic evidence frequently has cross-border implications. Present-day solutions often prove unsatisfactory and can even bring investigations to a halt. The consultation is available here and will be open until 27 October 2017.

 

Para mais informações sobre assuntos europeus:

http://ec.europa.eu/portugal

 

 

 
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