Official visit of Martin SCHULZ, EP President to Dublin, Ireland:
- meeting with Ruairí QUINN, Minister for Education and Skills
- visit of the Digital Skills Academy
Lieu: Dublin, Ireland
End production: 03/10/2012 First transmission: 03/10/2012
The President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz is in an official visit to the Republic of Ireland on Wednesday 3 October and Thursday 4 October 2012. EP President Schulz has hold meetings with Ireland's key politicians, and also visited EU funded projects, and take part in a debate at the University College Dublin. Ireland takes on the six month rotating presidency of the EU Council on 1 January 2013, the date which also marks Ireland's 40 years in the EU.
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||Exterior view Dublin Airport’s protocol entrance
||Arrival of Martin SCHULZ, EP President in Dublin; welcomed at the airport by Ruairí QUINN, Minister for Education and Skills , handshake (6 shots)
||Exterior views of the Office of the European Parliament in Dublin (3 shots)
||Arrival of the official delegation
||Martin SCHULZ, EP President meet EPIO staff , handshake , family photo (6 shots)
||General view street and Digital Skills Academy - The Digital Hub exterior views (3 shots)
The event showcase the talents of the graduates of the WebElevate programme, an innovative level 8 digital technology programme.
||Official delegation arrival
||Martin SCHULZ, EP President meet Paul Dunne, CEO of Digital Skills Academy, handshake (5 shots)
||Entering the conference room
||View with the audience
||Martin SCHULZ, EP President giving the EP medals to John Halligan who won the WebElevate participant of the year , for the outstanding contribution he made to the development of a new website through which Irish craft producers can promote and sell their crafts internationally.
||The second medal was given to a team who skilfully developed an on line video website and series of web videos to promote Oracle’s Cloud Computing Services to the IT community.