The European Parliament Office in Ireland in conjunction with Network Kildare are pleased to invite you to our forthcoming business seminar ‘Successfully Emerging from Recession' on Friday, 6 December at Killashee House Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare from 9.15am-12.30pm. There is no charge to attend this business seminar. Prior registration is required.
The European Personnel Selection Office (EPSO) is currently holding an open competition to select candidates for recruitment as lawyer-linguists in the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union. This seminar will provide attendees with a first-hand insight into the work of a lawyer-linguist in the EU Institutions and a detailed overview of the key stages of EPSO’s recruitment process. Attendance is free of charge but participants are requested to register in advance by contacting the European Commission Representation in Ireland email@example.com
This half-day seminar will help political organisations to communicate with the one in seven voters that have a disability. This seminar is particularly aimed at those who will be responsible for getting messages to voters, through election materials, websites, social media, political broadcasts and other communication tools.The event is jointly organised by the National Disability Authority and the European Parliament Information Office. There is no charge to attend this event. Advance booking is required.
The PRESS KIT for the #EP2014 elections is out. This multimedia press kit is aimed at journalists who want to cover the European elections which will take place in May 2014. You will find here a guide to the role and powers of the Parliament, an overview of the work done by its Members over the past five years and other information.There are a wealth of charts and graphics available plus a wide range of audio-visual material, all designed for easy use by the media.
You can DOWNLOAD it in all EU languages including Irish.
Europe's new mediator, ombudsman Emily O'Reilly, made her first official appearance in the Parliament, when she took part in a meeting by the petitions committee on 26 November. The committee deals, as the Ombudsman does, with people's complaints addressed to the EU administration. Ms O'Reilly is the first woman to hold this position. Previously she was Ireland's national ombudsman.