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Swedish life science industry organisation with 330 member ;
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Uniting 29 national associations, The Brewers of Europe provides a voice in Brussels to promote beerand represent the interests of Europe’s 10,000+ breweries
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The primary mission of the Europae Archaeologiae Consilium is to support the management of the archaeological heritage throughout Europe and to serve the needs of national archaeological heritage management agencies by providing a forum for organisations to establish closer and more structured co-operation and exchange of information.Membership of the Council is open to all national bodies charged with the management of the archaeological heritage throughout Europe, including where appropriate agencies in a federal context ( German Länder, Swiss Cantons, Spanish autonomous regions etc).
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EIT Climate-KIC is a Knowledge and Innovation Community (KIC), working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon, climate-resilient society.Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, we identify and support innovation that helps society mitigate and adapt to climate ;We bring together partners in the worlds of business, academia, and the public and non-profit sectors to create networks of expertise, through which innovative products, services and systems can be developed, brought to market and scaled-up for impact.Through our convening power, EIT Climate-KIC brings together the most effective groups to create the innovation that can lead to systemic change.Learn more about us on our website:;
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Trade Promotion Europe (TPE) aims to promote the interests of European trade promotion organisations (TPOs) in dialogue and collaboration with European institutions and other competent authorities.
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The ADV Romania Foundation is a non-governmental organization, promoter of social economy law and a favourable legal framework for Romania's social economy sector. Also, one of the Romanian Network of Work Integration Social Enterprises initiators. ADV Romania is one of the most significant work integration social enterprises which has developed three social businesses: UtilDeco, JobDirect - an employment agency and workplace assistance for people with disabilities and  - the only travel broker in Europe that operates as a social enterprise, with 100% of profits going into social projects. 
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EEIP is a free, neutral and open business and policy platform for the energy transition.At its core is the idea that the energy transition requires more than technical solutions but sound business cases, and that market growth can be accelerated through information and best practice exchange. In practice, EEIP network users are coming from organisations of all sizes (from SMEs to multinationals), all sectors ( users, technology and services providers, finance, IT, consultancies, cities, policy) and covering the entire value chain, in other words supply and demand side. Launched at the European Commission in April 2011, EEIP is set up as a not-for-profit organisation in order to facilitate open and inclusive dialogue within market participants and between market participants and EU policymakers. Currently, EEIP has over  network users.
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The Fair Trade Advocacy Office (FTAO) speaks out on behalf of the Fair Trade Movement for Fair Trade and Trade Justice with the aim to improve the livelihoods of marginalised producers and workers in the South. The FTAO is a joint initiative of Fairtrade International, the World Fair Trade Organization and the World Fair Trade Organization-Europe. The FTAO was born in 2004 when the Fair Trade networks set up an informal advocacy cooperation mechanism. In December 2010, the Fair Trade networks formalised their commitment and set up the FTAO as a legally-independent foundation ‘Fair Trade Advocacy Office’. It has a clear mandate to advocate for EU policies in support of Fair Trade and Trade Justice and to strengthen the FTAO and the Fair Trade networks and their members’ capacities to interact with and maintain an ongoing dialogue with the EU Institutions.
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The European Brain Council (EBC) is a network of key players in the “Brain Area”, with a membership encompassing scientific societies, patient organisations, professional societies and industry partners.A non-profit organisation based in Brussels, its main mission is to promote brain research with the ultimate goal of improving the lives of the estimated 179 million Europeans living with brain conditions, mental and neurological alike.With the aim to speak with one voice, EBC stands as the platform to foster cooperation between its member organisations and other stakeholders, consistently promoting dialogue between scientists, industry and society. As showcased by its growing portfolio of projects, research and policy papers, as well as events, EBC emphasizes the importance of continued interaction with the European Institutions to build strong European health policies, raising awareness and encouraging education on the brain and the repercussions of neurological and mental health conditions on society as a whole.
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The European Network of Political Foundations serves as an umbrella network and information hub on topics related to democracy and development cooperation. As such, it provides its members a joint platform to engage into a coordinated dialogue with EU institutions, CSOs and other relevant stakeholders.
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MISSION: The Society of St. Vincent de Paul (SVP) charity is an international Christian founded voluntary organisation, working with people from all faiths and backgrounds experiencing poverty and disadvantage. Inspired by our principal founder, Frederic Ozanam, and our patron, St. Vincent de Paul.
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The European Association of E-Pharmacies (EAEP) represents the interests of e-pharmacies on the European continent. More than 20 million customers and patients across Europe are currently being supplied by our members and on top of that, our online pharmacies and their more than 4,000 employees are currently active in eleven European markets. Founded in 2001 and with its name change in 2021, the EAEP voices its interests mainly with political stakeholders, regional and business actors, with the ultimate aim to improve the health of Europe’s citizens and strengthen the European healthcare system. E-Pharmacies have digitalised the classical pharmacy, and therefore act at the crossroads of digitalisation, healthcare, e-commerce and sustainability. As pioneers in providing digital solutions and our innovative and secure processes in dealing with health data, offering medicinal products and digital healthcare service while complying with national and EU law, the EAEP members continuously seek for ways to enhance the quality, safety and efficiency of healthcare for Europeans. Do you want to learn more about what we do? Find out more on our website and get in touch with us by email: [email protected] (TPR number: 22824156875-36)
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Centro InterCulturaCidade is an independent not-for-profit association working on the valuing of arts and cultural diversity as a tool for social an economic inclusion and for intercultural citizenship. Other topics covered by its works are on community cohesion, local development, non-formal education, community media, social entrepreneurship and international cooperation. The association is located in the historical district of Poço dos Negros / S. Bento (a reference area for the Cape- Verdean migrant community in Lisbon)The Centre opened its doors in 2004 as a key-element of an EU-funded project (EQUAL Initiative) focussing on preventing discrimination and ethnic and racial discrimination and managed by a development partnership of public and private organizations. In 2010 it was only formally established as an association due to the an initiative of people from various nationalities and backgrounds who joined forces to keep it running after the end of the EU-funded project.Today, Centro InterCulturaCidade is a member of relevant networks in Portugal and internationally: ALDA (Association for Local Democracy in Europe) Animar (Portuguese Association for Local Development), Rede DLBC Lisboa (Lisbon network for community-led local development), CNJAP – Portuguese Confederation of Young Farmers and Rural Deveopment, Citizens for Europe, and works in co-operation with other networks and structures, namely Junta de Freguesia da Misericórdia (Local authority in Lisbon), Sebrae, Casa Grande Foundation and Sertão Pop Produções(Brazil), Centro Cultural Padre Mugica and UNA-Universidad Nacional de las Artes (Argentina),Criatura and ACACV(Cape Verde). In the period 2014 /2018 ACI took part in the launching of the informal network of European Intercultural Centres (a project inspired and supported by the Council of Europe through its Intercultural Cities Programme). More recently, it has also joined the networking initiative “European Hub for Civic Engagement”, coordinated by the Berlin-based Progressive Zentrum and joined the Lisbon-based Project “Diários de Migrantes” (Migrants` Diaries) in ;                                                                                            ..............................................                                                                                                                  More info:   ;                                                                                  International exchanges and partnerships most welcomed!      
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Biomethane for Europe is an initiative of the Zürich 5 Coalition.The Zürich 5 Coalition consists of several leading businesses and associations in the bio-CNG and LNG sector across the whole supply chain, advocating for the uptake of biomethane in the road transport sector in Europe. It aims to support the EU in achieving its goals under the European Green Deal in reducing transport emissions and aims to stimulate a favorable regulatory framework for the uptake of biomethane. Current members of the Coalition are BioGem Express AG (Switzerland), GibGas (Germany) and OG Clean Fuels (The Netherlands). The current ambassadors of the Coalition are Nærenergi (Denmark) and Landwärme (Germany).a
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CEFS stands for Comité Européen des Fabricants de Sucre, or in English: the European Association of Sugar ;CEFS is an international non-profit organisation and a recognised interlocutor for the EU Institutions since 1953, sharing knowledge and technical expertise on sugar.
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Social Innovation Solutions offers consultancy and programs in social impact and innovation for NGOs and ;Our mission is to empower individuals and organisations to understand future transformations and to develop sustainable tech, policy, and entrepreneurial ;
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EUnited is the voice of machinery and equipment suppliers in Europe.We speak for the companies which make up the core of Europe’s advanced manufacturing capability. Our members design and develop specialist technology, systems and products which are used in our factories and our communities all over the world. We are Europe’s only direct company membership association and our sectors include Cleaning, Municipal Equipment, Robotics and Vehicle Cleaning.EUnited connects machinery and equipment companies in one association to improve awareness and understanding among decision-makers and policy actors in the European Union institutions. Equipment suppliers are the mainstay of advanced manufacturing, increasingly recognized as indispensable for basic needs from basic nutrition and other human needs such as employment.The supervision and regulation of manufacturing has always been a major political challenge. Today policy makers are contending with technological complex global supply chains and a hardening competitive context. The European Union has an important role in developing and optimizing the international regulatory and policy framework for manufacturing. The EU is increasingly called to arbitrate on environmental protection issues and propose proper regulation and practices. Informed decisions are crucial: manufacturing can be seen as a source of pollution, the cause of inequality or the principal menace to earth’s sustainability, but the same manufacturing industry is biggest employer, and produces pollution abatement as well as waste to energy solutions.
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The Big Data Value Association – BDVA, (from 2021, DAIRO - Data, AI and Robotics aisbl), is an industry-driven international not–for-profit organisation with more than 230 members all over Europe and a well-balanced composition of large, small, and medium-sized industries as well as research and user organizations.BDVA/DAIRO focuses on enabling the digital transformation of the economy and society through Data and Artificial Intelligence by advancing in areas such as big data and AI technologies and services, data platforms and data spaces, Industrial AI, data-driven value creation, standardisation, and skills. BDVA/DAIRO has been the private side of the H2020 partnership Big Data Value cPPP, it is a private member of the EuroHPC JU and is also one of the founding members of the AI, Data and Robotics Partnership. BDVA/DAIRO is an open and inclusive community and is always eager to accept new members who share these ambitious objectives.The mission of the BDVA is to develop the Innovation Ecosystem that will enable the data and AI-driven digital transformation in Europe delivering maximum economic and societal benefit, and, achieving and sustaining Europe’s leadership on Big Data Value creation and Artificial Intelligence.BDVA is open to new members to further enrich the data value ecosystem and play an active role. These include Data Users, Data Providers, Data Technology Providers and ;BDVA enables existing regional multi-partner cooperation, to collaborate at European level through the provision of tools and knowhow to support the co-creation, development and experimentation of pan-European data-driven applications and services, and know-how exchange.
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VKI is a non-profit international educational and scientific organisation, hosting three departments (aeronautics and aerospace, environmental and applied fluid dynamics, and turbomachinery & propulsion). It provides post-graduate education in fluid dynamics (Research Master in Fluid Dynamics (Master-after-master level), former "VKI Diploma Course", Doctoral Programme, Short Training Program and lecture series) and encourages "training in research through research". The von Karman Institute undertakes and promotes research in the field of fluid dynamics. Extensive research on experimental, computational and theoretical aspects of gas and liquid flows is carried out at the VKI under the direction of the faculty and research engineers, sponsored mainly by governmental and international agencies as well as industries.
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ARC is the association of regional and local authorities with an airport situated within or near their territories. ARC represents the interests of its members and brings together a wide range of expertise at the interface of airports and air transport with local and regional policies. A common concern is to maximise the benefits generated by airports and minimise their environmental impact in order to improve the life quality of citizens living nearby airports.
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The ICCMS 2022: The 3rd International Conference on “Communication and media developments in times of disinformation and global challenges”, will explore the global challenges of communication, in this era. It will explore the roots of the disinformation, the threats posed by new technological advances, the propaganda and manipulation in political communication, the transformation of mainstream media, as well as the marketing tools and policies required to offer a solution.
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The Political Festival of Europe is a yearly democracy festival that aims to gather citizens of Europe over the course of four days to discuss politics and embrace Europe’s rich history and cultural heritage. The Political Festival of Europe takes place in a town called Mariager – also known as the city of roses – an old, idyllic medieval town with crooked houses, cobblestoned streets and timber framed houses. With a modest population of just over 2,500 inhabitants, Mariager town will soon become the place where European democracy will come to life gathering hundreds of thousands of Europeans who want in on the future of Europe. Our mission is to be a place of: Courage – where we dare discuss the future of Europe “Peoplelization” – where we build communities as well as celebrate, showcase, and spread insights to local, regional, and national cultures Inspiration – where we establish debates, dialogues, hearings, and citizen involvement Accessibility – where we create an informal environment for citizens, politicians, and business leaders to meet Anchoring – where we anchor and raise the importance of our democracy for the future of Europe at a local level  In line with our missions, our vision is to “peoplelize” European politics and become a platform, where we strengthen democracy and unity in Europe. We aspire to become the political Olympic Games, where everyone has the possibility of participating in creating the future of Europe. The COVID-19 pandemic has given us all the more reason to create a platform, where we together can discuss European politics and its future. A platform, where people actively can get involved in developing European democracy. The inspiration behind Political Festival of Europe comes from the Nordic tradition of folkemøder –  a concept we want to take to the next level and raise from national settings to a pan-European setting in order to discuss matters that influence everyone in Europe. What is a Folkemøde?  The Danish tradition of Folkemøde [Folk – people; møde – meeting] is a public meeting that dates back to 1839. It is a political event that gathers people with different political views and positions in the interest of democracy. A Folkemøde takes form of informal discussions and speeches across opinions and hierarchy that strengthens active involvement of all participants – every one has a say, every one is heard. After the concept faded away in the 1940s, neighboring Sweden’s own form of folkemøde – Almedalsveckan introduced in 1968 – became the inspiration and groundwork for Denmark to revive the concept on the island of Bornholm in 2011 with their very own annual Folkemøde. It took on popularity fairly fast and has generated thousands of national visitors ever since. So far held at national levels, we aim to expand this concept to the whole of Europe. Here is why. What the purpose of a Folkemøde? The Danish model of Folkemøde is the cornerstone for democracy and pays tribute to the community. The foundation of a Folkemøde lies in dismantling barriers between citizens, politicians and decision-makers in order to bring politics closer to the people and to make society a better place for everybody.  The aim is to lead discussions about how to improve the future of the society and have citizens participate in shaping change. A “folkemøde” aims to: o   Inspire and challenge political views and visions o   Let people meet and listen to politicians they voted for o   Let people have a say and be heard o   Increase trust between citizens and decision-makers and hold politicians accountable o   “Peoplelize”, ;build a community where culture is showcased and celebrated o   Facilitate meaningful debates and anchor them in the political agenda  As cultural heritage is also celebrated in a Folkemøde, entertainment and good food are an integral part of such an event. Hence, at the Political Festival of Europe, you will be able to find arts and crafts, music and gastronomy, alongside the political debates, speeches, workshops, hearings etc.
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We are a community of non-university researchers, practitioners, and experts working for an innovative, sustainable and social Europe. We give impetus, encourage and support projects in Europe in school, vocational training, and community development, especially in the fields of digitalization, sustainability, culture, health, and migration. We support our partners in the development, monitoring, and formative-summative evaluation of innovation and research projects.
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CEiiA is a Centre of Engineering and Product Development that designs, develops and operates innovative products in the mobility industries, namely Automotive and Urban Mobility, Aeronautics, Ocean and Space. We are one of the 10 largest R&D investors in Portugal. Currently, we are an international reference in the sustainable mobility area and recognized in the aeronautical world for our skills in design and structural engineering.​
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Korea EU Research Centre in Brussels for the enhancement of Horizon Europe Programs, ect.
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The European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) located in Brussels, Belgium, is the leading member-supported association representing organisations active across the entire energy storage value chain. EASE supports the deployment of energy storage to support the cost-effective transition to a resilient, climate-neutral, and secure energy system. EASE was established in 2011 and represents almost 60 members including utilities, technology suppliers, research institutes, distribution system operators, and transmission system operators. Together, EASE members have significant expertise across all major storage technologies and applications. This allows us to generate new ideas and policy recommendations that are essential to build a regulatory framework that is supportive of storage. Our Mission To promote a fair, future oriented, sustainable energy market design that recognises storage as an indispensable element of the energy system to build a bridge between EU policymakers and the energy storage stakeholders Our Vision To have a renewable-based carbon-neutral Europe by 2050, enabled through energy storage
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Eurogroup for Animals represents over eighty animal protection organisations across the EU, UK, Switzerland, Serbia, Norway, Montenegro, Kosovo, and Australia. Since its foundation in 1980, the organisation has succeeded in encouraging the EU to adopt higher legal standards for animal protection. Eurogroup for Animals reflects public opinion through its members and has both the scientific and technical expertise to provide authoritative advice on issues relating to animal protection. Eurogroup for Animals is a founding member of the World Federation for Animals which unites the animal protection movement at the global level.
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Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) is the European network of communities, organisations, local leaders, experts, and change agents working towards the elimination of waste in our society. It advocates for sustainable systems and the redesign of our relationship with resources, to accelerate a just transition towards zero waste for the benefit of people and the planet. Created in 2014, the ZWE network now includes 33 members from 28 European countries and works with topics across the whole ;
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Ecommerce Europe is the sole voice of the European Digital Commerce sector. As a result of joining forces with EMOTA, Ecommerce Europe now represents, via its national associations, more than 150,000 companies selling goods and services online to consumers in Europe. Ecommerce Europe acts at European level to help legislators create a better framework for online merchants, so that their sales can grow further.
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The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) is the leading not-for-profit organisation addressing how the environment affects human health in the European Union (EU) and beyond. HEAL works to shape laws and policies that promote planetary and human health and protect those most affected by pollution, and raise awareness on the benefits of environmental action for health. HEAL’s over 90 member organisations include international, European, national and local groups of health professionals, not-for-profit health insurers, patients, citizens, women, youth, and environmental experts representing over 200 million people across the 53 countries of the WHO European Region.
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Jeunes MR est une organisation de jeunesse politique sur le territoire de la communauté française de Belgique qui rassemble des jeunes âgés entre 15 et 35 ans.Les Jeunes MR partagent les valeurs du parti politique Mouvement réformateur (MR) tout en étant dans une structure indépendante. Leur objectif initial est d’intéresser les jeunes à la politique, notamment pour les sensibiliser aux projets réformateurs.
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PsychedelicsEUROPE is an association for innovative mental health that brings together leading research centres, NGOs, and private companies. Our goal is to promote the EU regulatory framework that would foster the well-being of the EU citizens. Based on the latest scientific evidence, we advocate for legislation that supports cutting-edge research on psychedelic substances and their efficient use in therapies.
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Creative District (CreaD) advises and promotes initiatives in the creative and cultural industries and develops entrepreneurial ecosystems and sustainable innovation for social impact. The organization acts in synergy with public, social and economic actors, in Belgium and abroad. Through its interventions, CreaD offers the following: 1- Linking theory to reality by developing projects that translate the tools and practices developed by CreaD to tangible actions on ground 2- Supporting the development of a creative economy by promoting access to entrepreneurship 3- Enhancing interactions between institutions and stakeholders from the creative and cultural industries as well as between the public and private sectors 4- Promoting sustainable development through a human and innovative approach. In order to achieve these goals, CreaD produces and supervises creative projects, providing consultancy and management support.
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European Bioplastics, the association representing the interests of the thriving bioplastics industry in Europe. We encourage you to have a look around on our website, learn more about the opportunities and benefits of bioplastics and their contributions to a resource efficient and sustainable future, and discover what makes our industry grow at a rate of more than 20 percent per year. We at European Bioplastics are committed to driving the evolution of plastics by raising awareness across all relevant stakeholder groups about the benefits of bioplastics in reducing our dependency on fossil resources, reducing harmful greenhouse gas emissions, and using renewable resources more efficiently. European Bioplastics is uniquely placed in the industry with an extensive network of businesses, partners, and experts in the bioplastics sector across Europe and beyond. Our annual European Bioplastics Conference is the leading business and networking event for the entire industry. Feel free to contact us, if you would like additional information on bioplastics materials, applications, innovations, and business opportunities. We are looking forward to hearing from you!
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Ngo-federatie is the Flemish federation of NGOs for Development Cooperation. We represent the sector towards the federal and other governments, we support the members in consultations with these governments, we promote cooperation within the sector and we strengthen the quality of the operations of ;
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The International Music Council (IMC), founded in 1949 by UNESCO, is the world's largest network of organizations and  institutions working in the field of music. IMC promotes access to music for all and the value of music in the lives of all peoples. Through its members and their networks, IMC has direct access to over 1000 organisations in some 150 countries and to 600 million persons eager to develop and share knowledge and experience on diverse aspects of musical life.
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CLARIN stands for 'Common Language Resources and Technology Infrastructure'.It is a research infrastructure that was initiated from the vision that all digital language resources and tools from all over Europe and beyond are accessible through a    online environment for the support of researchers in the humanities and social sciences.In 2012 CLARIN    was established and took up the mission to create and maintain an infrastructure to support the sharing, use and sustainability of language data and tools for research in the humanities and social sciences. Currently CLARIN provides easy and sustainable access to digital language data (in written, spoken, or multimodal form) for scholars in the social sciences and humanities, and beyond. CLARIN also offers advanced tools to discover, explore, exploit, annotate, analyse or combine such datasets, wherever they are located. This is enabled through a networked federation of centres: language data repositories, service centres and knowledge centres, with single sign-on access for all members of the academic community in all participating countries. Tools and data from different centres are interoperable, so that data collections can be combined and tools from different sources can be chained to perform complex operations to support researchers in their work.
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As the umbrella and national association, the DSLV represents the interests of the 3,000 leading German forwarding and logistics companies across all modes of transport through 16 regional state associations. With a total of 595,000 employees and an annual industry turnover of 114 billion euros, they are an essential part of Germany's third-largest industry (as of July 2021). The membership structure of the DSLV ranges from globally operating logistics groups, 4PL and 3PL providers to larger, owner-operated freight forwarding companies (SMEs) with their own truck fleets as well as charterers of inland vessels and railways to sea, air freight, customs and warehouse specialists. DSLV is the political mouthpiece as well as the central contact for the federal government, for the institutions of the Bundestag and Bundesrat as well as for all relevant federal ministries and authorities in the legislative and law implementation process as far as logistics and freight transport are concerned. 
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BRGM is the public scientific and technical research establishment competent in France in the field of geology and its applications, placed under the main supervision of the Ministry of Research and Innovation. It is a public industrial and commercial establishment (EPIC) with a staff of about 1000, including 700 engineers and researchers, and a turnover of about 140 M€, of which one third is dedicated to R&; Its scientific activity is structured around 6 issues, including 4 major priorities of socio-economic significance, which are :- Groundwater and global change: activities focused on the understanding of physical and biogeochemical processes in aquifers and the development of tools to help manage the resource, particularly under extreme climatic conditions or based on nature-based solutions and new modes of ;- Risk management and land-use planning: Activities focus on natural risks (land-based or linked to climatic events) by providing knowledge and developing tools for prevention, crisis management and territorial resilience. They also focus on the impact of mining and industrial activities on the soil and subsoil with the aim of guiding management choices and proposing integrated solutions for sustainable ;  - Mineral resources and the circular economy: the actions cover most of the value chain of mineral materials from the identification of deposits (exploration) to the implementation of their recycling (transformation and valorization of primary and secondary materials).This global vision of the life cycle of the material also allows the integration of the economic and environmental impacts of the choices associated with the use of metals and materials.- The energy transition and underground space: The action is built around the production and storage of carbon-free heat (and / or cold) and the evaluation of the potential of the underground for the technical and environmental performance of energy systems, covering the entire geothermal sector. The actions also aim at developing geological storage solutions (underground storage of energy carriers and CO2 capture and storage) in the ecological transition schemes.The 4 priorities are based on 2 cross-cutting scientific issues that are :- Geology and knowledge of the subsoil, which responds to the need to constantly acquire a geological knowledge of the subsoil, particularly through its imaging and modeling.- Data, services and digital infrastructures aiming to accelerate the capitalization and dissemination of environmental data, to develop tools and methods from data science to develop predictive geoscience capabilities and offer digital services.Its scientific and technical center is located in Orléans and is supported by its 24 regional offices in metropolitan France and the French overseas territories.BRGM is certified to the international standard ISO 9001 for all its activities and facilities, and ISO 14001 for all its activities and the Orléans site.BRGM has been receiving European funding for more than 25 years, which constitutes a very significant part of its own research ;
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EEMA is the leading independent, not for profit, European Think Tank  focusing on various topics, including identification, authentication, privacy, risk management, cyber security, the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and mobile applications.Through world class events, projects, collaboration, education, engagement, communication, participation and facilitating networking with companies, public sector and individuals, EEMA helps build enduring and mutually beneficial working relationships empowering our members to maintain a competitive edge.
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WCS EU, based in Brussels, Belgium, is a non-governmental organization affiliated with the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS). WCS EU draws upon WCS’s global field, scientific, and policy expertise and experience to identify, formulate, and articulate policy positions and technical briefings on issues such as biodiversity, intact forests, wildlife trade, and integrating wildlife conservation into European Union's development aid programmes, and sharing this information with decision-makers and other relevant stakeholders.
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On the 16th of September 2019, the Lithuanian Customs Practitioners Association started its activities that were defined in the initial meeting by seven companies, which represent various business sectors: customs and excise warehouses, rail and road transport, technical maintenance services, lawyers, customs brokers. The activities: Legislation There are situations, when changes to customs legislation are unexpected for businesses, both in terms of the content changes and in terms of new releases or elimination. The Customs Practitioners Association aims to minimize such situations, maximize business awareness of customs law and make the application of legislation as clear as possible. The Association participates in the work of the Customs Consultative Committee. The Committee examines customs legislation, its practical application, projects of legal acts and questions relevant to businesses. Conferences Legislation is constantly changing at both European Union and national level, and the courts are providing new interpretations of the appliacation in practice. The Customs Practitioners Association holds conferences twice a year (early December and June) to inform participants about current developments, to discuss business issues and to provide the opportunity to make new and maintain current contacts among customs practitioners. Customs broker course The profession of customs broker is not only interesting but also in demand, due to the growing volume of customs procedures (due to Brexit, changes in VAT and other reasons). The Lithuanian Customs Practitioners Association, in cooperation with Vytautas Magnus University and the University of Applied Social Sciences, invites to acquire the qualification of a customs representative by studying at a distance (in Lithuanian). More information    
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JfM is an non-governmental organization, with office in Iasi, Romania, whose multidisciplinary team and members are based in Europe. The NGO is focused on improving the judicial system for minors in Romania and at EU level in accordance to international ; Our mission is to contribute to a substantial improvement in judicial system related to child victims and to safeguard the rights and best interest of the ; We pay special attention to resolving crossborder family conflicts and to protect children that assist helplessly at the separation or divorce of their parents who may become victims of international parental ; The focus will be on resolving the conflict through specialist litigation or crossborder mediation. The Justice for Minors NGO wishes through the expertise of its team to limit the psycho-emotional trauma of children and to guarantee the realization of his best interest. The voice of the child is important and we make sure that through our projects and through the work of the specialists in our team, the children's thoughts and feelings are being appreciated.  Our Activities mainly are dedicated to: Act as a main point of contact for many families with children and with high value stakeholders; Liaise with other NGO’s and EU institutions and other agencies; Publish articles on our platforms, organise working groups that debate relevant judicial and law issues and raise awareness on important gaps in child judicial system; Listen to Youth voice, empower young members’ decisions and consider their opinions inside the Youth Department within its activities and work; As a multidisciplinary center, we offer legal representation in Court and legal advice, crossborder and family mediation, social expertise, counselling and child psychological support, humanitarian aid including legal advice for ; Our experts represent parents and minors in Courts in litigation and mediation cases in Romania, UK and European Union Member States. Humanitarian activities. Recently, we got actively involved in helping refugees with legal, social, psychological support, ensuring accommodation, food and basic necessities, medical consultation if needed and finding transportation to reach families in other countries. Participate in meetings of the International NGOs we are member and on national platforms we are registered. Research in the field of children’s rights and international cooperation of authorities in the case of child abduction. Organisation of working groups meetings, boarding meetings and conferences. Workshops and seminars on international child abduction, litigation and crossborder mediation in child abduction ases.   In detail, our activities are: Legal Assistance & Mediation in family law, children’s rights and any cases which involves minors One of our recent case involved a Romanian family settled in UK. The parents were accused with parental negligence, following the unfortunate incident of their 1 year child that fall over the bed in a moment of parents’ lack of attention.   Webinars, Training & Conferences - educational courses on children's rights and civil and criminal judicial proceedings involving minors, both at national and European level; - training for specialists working in the field of juvenile justice on child abduction cases (mediation, litigation, cooperation between Central Authorities and others);   C. Publications Articles and studies published on our website;   D. Research - elaboration of research documents, strategies and improvement of juvenile justice system - supporting research activities for juvenile justice specialists;   E. Working Groups Family mediators Group Social Experts and Child .Psychologists Group Youth Department   Each group is elaborating a plan in order to improve the justice system in these field with particular interest on children’s rights, including the administration of evidence in cases involving minors, the terms of which are often disregarded; monitoring the execution of sentences, but also regulating alternatives to custodial measures for minors.   F. Cooperation  Particularly, we have built partnerships with authorities, institutions, associations and other specialists at national and international level aiming to improving the situation of minors - victims or witnesses of crimes, involved in legal proceedings, as parents separation, divorce or child abduction. In the light of international cooperation, we have built an online platform for professionals for exchanging information and best practices.   National Partnerships : Ombudsman (Avocatul Poporului) Psychologist College (Colegiul Psihologilor) The Forum for Civil Society for a better justice, which is the national platform of High Council of Magistrates (platforma "Forumul societății civile pentru o justiție în slujba cetățeanului", CSM) Educational Inspectorate (Inspectoratul Scolar) General Directorate of Social Assistance and Child Protection (DGASPC)   International Memberships: Eurochild EPAPFR European Platform for Access to Personal and Family FRA   Organisations for children rights reached: Children for Children Environmental Rights (;) European Bauhaus (link: ) Youth Press 5. Dijuf, Child Support           G. Activities dedicated to Youth and involving Youth  We have established inside the NGO the Youth Department that includes young professionals and students under 30 years old that are actively engaged in the NGOs activities, including decision-making process and weekly ; The Department is run by our young expert and international legal advisor, a member of NGO’s Board, Madalina ; The activities include mentorship, debates, webinars on children’s rights, writing articles and establishing partnerships with other Youth NGOs.  
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