EurActiv Awards 2009

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eParticipate is a multimedia platform that was launched in the UK, Spain, Ireland and Slovakia. eParticipate provides an open integrated standard web-based network & gateway of existing “best of breed” applications to enable public bodies to implement and benefit from a range of eParticipation tools to broaden the participation of citizens in the democratic process.… » read more

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This is a grassroots online debating forum in Ireland and it uses new media. The website has been running for about six years but during the 2007 General Election and the 2008 Referendum on the Lisbon Treaty it was a place where all kinds of views were aired and debated. It’s an open forum so… » read more

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Belarusian-European Cooperation and Partnership For spreading EU-related content, but most importantly, the hope for a European future of Belarus, under the present difficult political circumstances. The project is raising the awareness about potential benefits for the civil society and the local authorities from the European Neighbourhood policies and other instruments vis-à-vis Belarus. It facilitates networking… » read more

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Arte is probably one of the organisations that have proved most successful in creating a cross-border debate on the continent’s culture, heritage and future. Arte is the first entirely bi-lingual quality tv channel in Europe, broadcasting in both French and German. The channel, however, does not cater only for audiences in France and Germany, but… » read more

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InterRail allows individuals to explore Europe up to one month by train for a low budget and adventure holiday in 29 countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United… » read more

Posted by Stuart Langridge