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Trafficking in human beings 2010-2012: European Commission Report

Trafficking in human beings 2010-2012: European Commission Report

During the years 2010-2012, EU Member States registered 30,146 victims of trafficking in human beings. The Irish figures for the same period reveal that 183 victims of alleged human trafficking were identified.

Broken down by forms of exploitation, the figures show that in Ireland between the years 2010 and 2012 there were 38 victims of labour exploitation, 132 victims of sexual exploita...

EU & Japan researchers join forces to deliver the 1 Gigabit Olympics

EU & Japan researchers join forces to deliver the 1 Gigabit Olympics

The European Commission and Japan are announcing today four research projects developing new technologies for high-speed networks in highly-dense user areas. Joint investments amount to €12 million and more than 40 partners are involved.

Gas stress test: Cooperation is key to cope with supply interruption

Gas stress test: Cooperation is key to cope with supply interruption

What will happen if Russian gas supplies are interrupted this winter? Will homes and companies have the energy they need? What can the EU and Member States do?

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16-10-2014

EU research turning food waste into feed

15-10-2014

Commission invites Ireland to update compensation arrangements for school bus scheme; closes in-depth investigation into Bus Éireann and Dublin Bus

14-10-2014

Making EU law lighter, simpler and less costly – taking stock of achievements

14-10-2014

Hozier wins European music award

13-10-2014

European Commission and data industry launch €2.5 billion partnership to master big data

10-10-2014

Commission adopts detailed prudential rules for banks and insurers to stimulate investment in the economy

10-10-2014

Ireland embraces coding-EU Code Week

 
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