Put your name here

connexionS'accréditer | S'abonner | Se connecter | Faire un don
> Logo ABP
ABP e brezhoneg | ABP in English |
- Dépêche -
Good news for ‘bodies active at European level in the field of culture’
Good news for ‘bodies active at European level in the field of culture’ by Davyth Hicks Finnish MEP Ulpu Iivari (PSE-Socialist Party) has been successful in the European Parliament today and won through on the proposal to establish a ‘Community action programme to promote bodies active at European level in
Jacques-Yves Le Touze Par EUROLANG le 6/11/03 19:16

Good news for ‘bodies active at European level in the field of culture’ by Davyth Hicks Finnish MEP Ulpu Iivari (PSE-Socialist Party) has been successful in the European Parliament today and won through on the proposal to establish a ‘Community action programme to promote bodies active at European level in the field of culture’. It means that organisations such as the European Bureau for Lesser Used Languages and the Mercator Centres will be able to have a four yearly budget instead of the current annual one. Roy Perry MEP had also added an amendment earlier which said that ‘the principle of gradual reduction [of budgets] shall not apply to grants to EBLUL, to the Mercator network centres, and to cultural organisations advancing the idea of Europe, since they are bodies pursuing an objective of general European interest. Talking to Eurolang this morning before the vote Ms Iivari said that: ‘The administrative expenditure of cultural organisations was previously funded from the former A-part of the budget but a new legal base is now needed in order to continue funding’.

logo
Eurolang? is a specialist niche news agency covering topics related to lesser-used languages, linguistic diversity, stateless nations and national minorities within the European Union. It provides an expanding on-line daily service across Europe, to NGOs, the media, European, State and local government, academia, researchers and the general public. The purpose of Eurolang is to provide, on a daily basis, relevant and current news about Europe's regional, stateless and minority language communities, numbering some 46 million speakers, to the general public and to national and regional media (newspapers, magazines, TV, radio, internet media) in Europe and worldwide.
Voir tous les articles de EUROLANG
Vos 0 commentaires :
Commenter :
Votre email est optionnel et restera confidentiel. Il ne sera utilisé que si vous voulez une réponse d'un lecteur via email. Par exemple si vous cherchez un co-voiturage pour cet évènement ou autre chose.
ANTI-SPAM : Combien font 2 multiplié par 9 ?

ABP

Publier

Nous suivre

2003-2024 © Agence Bretagne Presse, sauf Creative Commons