Viviane REDING, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, attends the Debate on the Future of Europe in Graz (05/11/2012)

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Fin de production: 05/11/2012
Viviane REDING, Vice-President of the EC in charge of Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, attends the Debate on the Future of Europe in Graz (05/11/2012)

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00:00:00 Shots from the city of Graz (2 shots) 00:00:12
00:00:12 Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding coming inside the Aula Alte Universität Graz Building (2 shots) 00:00:10
00:00:22 Ambience of the hall some minutes before the debate 00:00:05
00:00:27 Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding going up to the stage. 00:00:10
00:00:37 SOUNDBITE of Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding. In German: I think that the two most important elements that we learned through the time of crisis, when we have problems, we should invest into two domains: education and research. This is the future orientation that should work. 00:00:41
00:01:18 Cutaways of the hall (3 shots) SOUNDBITE of Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding. In German: I think that the Ministers should take care of the national educational systems and do not forget Europe in them. 00:00:04
00:01:22 Cutaways of the hall (3 shots) 00:00:15
00:01:37 SOUNDBITE of Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding. In German: Talking about quotas is not important, now to remove all the qualified men and to replace them by not qualified woman just because they are women it’s not the point. But what we have today is 85% of the position taken by men, and I don’t know if they are so qualified that’s a different question. What is important for me as well as for the Austrian Minister, is that the qualified women can get a chance. 00:00:42
00:02:19 Shots of the band playing music at the end of the ceremony (4 shots) 00:00:24
00:02:43 SOUNDBITE of Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding. In English: I am enthusiastic because not only they were very interesting questions, a very big variety of questions, more intellectual ones, more down to earth, but most of all, afterwards, people were standing in line in order to ask them personal questions, to get their personal comments, and to have a very personal contact so it was a very nice meeting indeed. 00:00:19
00:03:02 Cutaway with Vice-president and commissioner responsible for justice, fundamental rights and citizenship Viviane Reding talking with a citizen. 00:00:00
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