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Title: DO NOT COUNT EDUCATION SPENDING AS PART OF THE DEFICIT! EDUCATION IS AN INVESTMENT!
Current status: Collection ongoing
Deadline: 06/08/2014
Commission registration number: ECI(2013)000006
Date of registration: 06/08/2013
Date of publication of this translation: 20/08/2013
Registration language: EL / Other languages available: DE EL EN FR IT PT SV
Subject-matter: Our proposal is to exclude from the calculation of each country's public spending deficit, that part of Government spending for education that is lower than the last 5-year Eurozone average.
Main objectives: 1.Combat inequality by providing equal opportunities for education and training to all young people in Europe. 2.Ensure adequate and appropriate infrastructures and tools for high quality education in Europe in times of crisis. 3.Enhance and safeguard growth, development and democratic institutions; ensure the employability of younger generations through investment in education. 4. Support European policy Horizon 2020
Provisions of the Treaties considered relevant by the organisers: Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union: Articles 121, 126, 136, 165, 166, 338 and Protocol no. 12
Organisers / Members of citizens' committee:
  • Representative: ΠΑΝΑΓΙΩΤΗΣ ΠΑΠΑΔΟΠΟΥΛΟΣ - PANOSPEGASUS@YAHOO.COM
  • Substitute: LIGIA DECA - DECA.LIGIA@GMAIL.COM
  • Other members: ΙΑΚΩΒΟΣ ΨΑΛΤΗΣ, Dessislava ANGELOVA DIMITROVA, MARIE TRELLU-KANE, PAULO ALEXANDRE DIAS DE VASCONCELOS AFONSO, RAGNAR WEILANDT
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