Monthly Archives: April 2019

Trans-fats in food to be strictly limited in the EU from April 2021

An EU-wide regulation will set a limit of 2 grams of processed trans fats per 100 grams of fat in food, according to the European Commission. The establishment of the new law aims to protect the health of consumers through healthier dietary choices. According to the Commission, some scientific studies, including one from the European…
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Digital Europe – The EU invests 9.2 billion euros in digital technology

Digital Europe is a new funding program of EUR 9.2 billion, which aims to ensure that all Europeans have the skills and infrastructure needed to respond to key digital challenges in their private and business life. The program is part of the strategy for further development of the technological potential of common digital market, which…
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Commission proposes more efficient decision-making in social policy

A few days ago, the European Commission launched a render on how to render decision-making at EU level more efficient in the social field. President Juncker announced a comprehensive review of the so-called passerelle clauses provided for by the EU Treaties, which will allow for a shift from unanimity to qualified majority voting under certain…
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EDIC KARLOVAC HELD PRESENTATION IN THE HIGH SCHOOL DUGA RESA

This week, Europe Direct Center Karlovac held lectures to students of High School Duga Resa. Aim of lecturing through EU & ME campaign, was to encourage young people to vote for the European Parliament. The EU & ME campaign is aimed at young people aged between 17 and 35 to inform them about the EU's…
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