3 edition of Convergence, cohesion and integration in the European union found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||St. Martins Press|
|Publishers||St. Martins Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 60 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
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Following the 1990 World Conference on Education for All, world leaders recognised the urgent priority of ensuring access to, and improving the quality of, education for girls and women and to removing every obstacle that hampers their active participation.
Third, views differ across Europe on the goal of integration and appropriate strategies to achieve it. Emerging economies - In the context of a genuinely global market, a significant part of the EU is faced with fierce and even disproportionate competition.
INESC brings to bear independent and multidisciplinary expertise to support the transition and transformation that industry needs.Portuguese immigrants in Northern Ireland.
The Council may in particular lay down the provisions needed to enable the institutions of the Community to secure compliance with the rule laid down in paragraph 1 and to ensure that users benefit from it to the full.
Through Partnership Contracts agreed with the Commission, Member States will commit to focussing on fewer investment priorities in line with these cohesion and integration in the European union. Possible Roads Forward An effective EU strategy will have to move beyond the provision of common minimum legal standards and information-sharing to the use of its unique levers to promote integration, including:• The Hungarian national curriculum includes a focus on teaching human rights, including awareness of, and attitudes towards, equality between women and men.
The President of the Council may be invited to appear before the competent committee of the European Parliament if the Council has made its recommendations public. The Commission shall, in cooperation with Member States, keep under constant review all systems of aid existing in those States.
For the purposes set out in Article 2, the activities of the Community shall include, as provided in this Treaty and in accordance with the timetable set out therein: a the prohibition, as between Member States, of customs duties and quantitative restrictions on the import and export of goods, and of all other measures having equivalent effect; b a common commercial policy; c an internal market characterised by the abolition, as between Member States, of obstacles to the free movement of goods, persons, services and capital; d measures concerning the entry and movement of persons as provided for in Title IV; e a common policy in the sphere of agriculture and fisheries; f a common policy in the sphere of transport; g a system ensuring that competition in the internal market is not distorted; h the approximation of the laws of Member States to the extent required for the functioning of the common market; i the promotion of coordination between employment policies of the Member States with a view to enhancing their effectiveness by developing a coordinated strategy for employment; j a policy in the social sphere comprising a European Social Fund; k the strengthening of economic and social cohesion; l a policy in the sphere of the environment; m the strengthening of the competitiveness of Community industry; n the promotion of research and technological development; o encouragement for the establishment and development of trans-European networks; p a contribution to the attainment of a high level of health protection; q a contribution to education and training of quality and to the flowering of the cultures of the Member States; r a policy in the sphere of development cooperation; s the association of the overseas countries and territories in order to increase trade and promote jointly economic and social development; t a contribution to the strengthening of consumer protection; u measures in the spheres of energy, civil protection and tourism.
The products subject to the provisions of Articles 33 to 38 are listed in Annex I to this Treaty. Where there is a reason to fear that the adoption or amendment of a provision laid down by law, regulation or administrative action may cause distortion within the meaning of Article 96, a Member State desiring to proceed therewith shall consult the Commission.
In other cases the Council shall act by cohesion and integration in the European union majority.
the feminisation of the teaching profession v.
In that context the EU has increasingly paid attention to gender inequalities and differences in access to education and to the segregation of tertiary education.