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Award ceremony of the EU Prize for Literature 2014

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On 18 November 2014, the 13 winning authors from the participating countries in 2014 received an award for their work by Tibor Navracsics, Member of the EC in charge of Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, at the Concert Noble in Brussels, Belgium. The 2014 European Union Prize for Literature recognised the best new and emerging authors in Europe and is open to countries participating in "Creative Europe", the EU funding programme for the cultural and creative sectors.
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Type: Report   Reference: I-095543   Date: 18/11/2014   Duration: 01:28:03
Personalities:   Gozi, Sandro |   Sajtinac, Ugljesa |   Wyld, Evie |   Winchester, Donald |   Sapundzi, Andon |   de Moor, Marente |   Bonnici, Owen |   Dutilleul, Pierre |   Jonevs, Janis |   Eir, Oddný |   Tsitas, Maxis |   Němec, Jan |   Kurfürst, Jaroslav |   Oğuz, Birgül |   Blushi, Ben |   Mejlak, Pierre J. |   Öhri, Armin |   Spahić, Ognjen |   Ruskov, Milen |   Chalastanis, Constantin |   Kumbaro, Mirela |   Leković, Ivan |   Navracsics, Tibor |   Costa, Silvia |   Kuneva, Meglena  
Location: Brussels - Concert noble  
Languages: ORIGINAL
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