Wednesday, November 20, 2019

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Government Europa brings you the latest Smart Futures News from across the field of European Government Policy.

macro-financial assistance to tunisia

Macro-financial assistance to Tunisia: €150m EU loan approved

The European Commission has approved the disbursement of €150m in macro-financial assistance to Tunisia. The loan, which represents the third disbursement under the EU’s second...
rare diseases in austria

Rare diseases in Austria: exploring Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders

Professor Susanne Gerit Kircher of the Medical University of Vienna discusses the situation of rare diseases in Austria, including Mucopolysaccharide storage disorders. In Europe, a...
eib library funding mariupol

EIB library funding enables access to 270,000 books in Mariupol

The European Investment Bank (EIB) has provided funding for the renovation of a city library in Mariupol, Ukraine. The funding, released under the EIB’s Early...
trustworthy autonomous systems

Trustworthy autonomous systems research launched

The UK government has launched a new research programme to examine the feasibility of trustworthy autonomous systems. The £34m (€39.43m) programme will bring together scientists...
humanitarian aid to zimbabwe

Humanitarian aid to Zimbabwe to support healthcare, resilience

The EU has released a package of humanitarian aid to Zimbabwe worth €53m, to be allocated primarily to the healthcare and resilience building sectors. The...
eu selfie initiative

EU SELFIE initiative improves school technology use

The EU SELFIE initiative, a free online tool which enables schools to assess their use of technology, has celebrated its first anniversary. More than 450,000...
eu-jordan co-operation

EU-Jordan co-operation praised in new report

A new report on EU-Jordan co-operation has detailed continued ‘strong and diverse’ progress in the 40th year of the partnership. The report, which focuses on...
venture capital for smes

Venture capital for SMEs by the EU analysed by Court of Auditors

A new report by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) has examines the European Commission’s mobilisation of venture capital funding for small and medium...
i-portunus pilot

i-Portunus pilot funds creative professionals working abroad

The European Commission has announced the success of its i-Portunus pilot scheme, providing funding for artists working abroad. In the last year the €1m i-Portunus...
refugees in bosnia and herzegovina

Refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina: EU releases €2m in winter funding

The European Commission has announced it will release €2m in humanitarian aid to support refugees in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Thousands of migrants and refugees in...

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