Publications

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Europska godina za razvoj 2015

Letak o Europskoj godini za razvoj u kojem se opisuje koje zemlje primaju razvojnu pomoć, primjeri aktivnosti financiranih od strane EU i gdje možete naći informacije o EYD općenito u Hrvatskoj.
Letak je izdao EDIC centar Karlovac u kolovozu 2015.
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Mobility and Youth Exchange Program in EU

Short flyer describing various options for young people regarding mobility, education and work programmes in EU countries.

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The European Union on your palm

Our newest publication celebrating the day of Europe (9th May) 2014 is available in PDF.

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Building a House of European History

A project of the European Parliament

This document is an overview of the work undertaken and progress made, since early 2011, on the project to create a House of European History. It sets out in some detail a description of aspects of the evolution of the project, including the architectural developments, progress on the interpretive process and the visitor experience, and the development of the contents and the narrative of the permanent exhibition. At the same time, it offers insight into aspects of the process of building the House of European History such as the exhibition design, educational and outreach programming and the future collection policy. It sets out the rationale of key areas of its activities, such as museological and historical research, so that the genesis of the project to its current status can be understood. It also maps out in clear terms the future vision of the House, as of its scheduled opening in late 2015.

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Putting the consumer first

Category: Comsumers

As one of the 500 million consumers living in today’s European Union (EU), you no doubt look for choice, quality and value for money. You expect accurate information on what you are buying and you want to be sure that your rights as a consumer are protected.

But your choices also drive innovation, efficiency and economic growth. EU consumer policy has four key objectives:

  1. protecting you from serious risks and threats you cannot tackle as an individual
  2. giving you the power to make choices, based on clear, accurate and consistent information
  3. safeguarding your rights as a consumer and giving you access to fast and efficient ways of resolving disputes with traders
  4. keeping consumer rights up to date with economic and social change, with a focus on the food, energy, financial, transport and digital markets.
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From crisis to opportunity - putting citizens and companies on the path to prosperity

Category: Internal market

The European internal market, also referred to as the single market, allows people and businesses to move and trade freely across the 28-nation group. In practice, it gives individuals the right to earn a living, study or retire in another EU country.

It also gives consumers a wider choice of items to buy at competitive prices, allows them to enjoy greater protection when shopping at home, abroad or online and makes it easier and cheaper for companies large and small to do business across borders and to compete globally. This publication is a part of a series that explains what the EU does in different policy areas, why the EU is involved and what the results are.

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