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College of Europe Interviews

Interviews for College of Europe Scholarships will be held on 27-28 March.

For more information on College of Europe Scholarships or any aspect of College of Europe, contact our education manager Joe at joe@europeanmovement.ie

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March Brussels Connection

Calling all Brussels-based Irish folk:

 EM Ireland are delighted to invite you to join us for our first Brussels Connection networking event of 2014!

At Brussels Connection, new stagiaires in Brussels are invited to join former stagiaires, staff of the EU Institutions, the EM Ireland Brussels Branch and all members of the Irish community in Brussels for an evening of informal networking and chat, kindly hosted by the Permanent Representation of Ireland to the EU.

As ever, we look forward to catching up with old friends and to welcoming the new group of stagiaires to the city!

All are welcome to attend this event.  Please feel free to circulate this invitation to friends and colleagues in Brussels.  RSVP by filling in the form below or emailing Ruth or Richard at events@europeanmovement.ie.

We look forward to seeing you on 11 March!

RSVP for Brussels Connection

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Photo for Europe Photo Competition Deadline

28 February is the deadline for the Photo for Europe Photo competition.

EM Ireland, together with our partners in Finland, Albania and Slovenia have teamed up to set up this competition, which sees two categories (Under 18 and over 18) compete for a prize of €1,000 and the chance to have their winning photos displayed in Helsinki main train station.

To enter, simply enter the photo which shows what being European means to you.  Check out the link below for more details and or drop Neale a line at neale@europeanmovement.ie


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YIFE Project week (Ballinteer)

Transition Year students from Wesley College in Ballinteer will participate in the Young Ideas for Europe Programme.  The Young Ideas for Europe is an initiative which inspires young people aged 15 to 18 to actively shape Europe’s political, economic and social future – giving young people a voice in European politics.

Its goal is simple: to create enthusiasm among European youth for the European project, to engage them in a meaningful dialogue and give them a chance to create their own visions for Europe.  During this five-day project week, students will develop ideas for sustainable energy plans to meet Europe’s future needs.

The best of these ideas throughout Europe are brought together into a common action plan – “New Energy for Europe” – which will be presented to the EU Presidencies and decision-makers in Brussels. The work of the students during the five-day project week is supported by political patrons and experts from the political and business community.

For more information on YIFE contact Joe at joe@europeanmovement.ie

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