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Guest post by Zachary Ellis, intern at Biderbost, Boscan & Rochin (BB&R) Over the past couple of weeks of 2017, an innovative phenomenon has been taking place in local Salamancan schools. The European project eParticipation is making its presence known within classrooms, and it is positively affecting youth all across Salamanca, London, and Palermo. The… » read more

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Guest blog post by Jurgi Camblong, CEO and founder of Sophia Genetics. To ensure optimal treatment plans for European patients, we are calling for the swift deployment of recently agreed new European data protection guidelines, and the rapid development of an EU compliant healthcare data pooling framework, which would foster a more active approach to… » read more

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« On n’a jamais autant entendu parler de l’Europe. » Voilà une petite phrase qui revient bien souvent dans les conversations. Effectivement on aborde le sujet européen d’une nouvelle façon. L’Europe préoccupe bien plus qu’il y a encore une année, même au plus fort de la campagne pour les élections européennes. Alors que s’est il passé depuis… » read more

“Après 30 ans d’affirmation de sa nécessité et face aux drames qui touchent les immigrants en Méditerranée, le moment est venu de relancer l’idée de création d’un corps européen de garde-côtes.” Une pétition sera proposée le 9 mai sur le village européen à Brest pour la Journée de l’Europe. L’idée avait germé à Brest, au… » read more

Lire l’intégralité sur http://scinfolex.com/2013/11/30/deux-enjeux-strategiques-dans-la-nouvelle-version-4-0-des-creative-commons-open-data-et-clause-non-commerciale/ Un extrait Cette semaine, après un processus d’élaboration de plus de deux ans, Creative Commons International a annoncé la publication de la nouvelle version 4.0 de ses licences. Framablog a déjà traduit en français un article…

Le site de l’Open Knowledge Foundation : http://okfn.org/ The Open Data Index assesses the state of open government data around the world. Quels « open data » ? Voir http://okfn.org/opendata/ Le score https://index.okfn.org/ Lire aussi http://www.contexte.com/article/numerique/open-knowledge-foundation-lance-une-comparaison-mondiale-pour-renforcer-l-open-data.html http://blog.okfn.org/2013/10/29/the-role-of-data-in-european-democracy/

www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klein/post/tonights-vote-made-boehners-job-harder-not-easier/2011/07/11/gIQAEVd3hI_blog.html Boehner had made a fateful decision. This vote illustrates only one thing. That he is attempting to shore up his waning Republican base. After all, that is the goal of most Representatives. However, there are issues that can be used for political points and then there is grand standing. Boehner has decided not to… » read more

Here are some comments and strong opinions, on what speakers said at a study launch by consultancy Waagener Edstrom, well summarized here . And what it means for opinion leaders: Mr Buzek, please read on… Now, why would a Frenchman bother to blog on ’14 juillet’ day, on a very specialised, English and Brussels-centric topic?… » read more

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