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European Research 2002

The European Research Area and the Framework Programme

Brussels, 11-12-13 November 2002


10. Citizens and governance

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Citizens and governance





European Commission

SDME 11/41

1040 Brussels


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Description of the activities presented on the stand

Overcoming the Barriers and Seizing the Opportunities for Active Ageing Policies in Europe

The overall aim of this project is to identify and analyse the socio-institutional, economic, political realities facing the implementation of active ageing policies in Europe.

European thematic network on indicators of social quality

The aim of this network is to progress the pioneering work of the European Foundation on Social Quality by operationalising the concept "social quality" in the Member States.

EU Governance by self co-ordination ?

The project Govecor explores the use of 2 legal provisions - the EC Treaty Title on Employment policy (art 125-130 ECT) and the articles on Fiscal policy (art 104 ECT) including the Stability and Growth Pact.

European integration history

It aims at co-ordinating and intensifying the historical research on Europe and by an intensive exchange to advance the development of a consciousness of its history among the peoples of the European Union.

Network for integrated European population studies

The first aim is to establish a network of national population institutes in order to promote transnational co-operation in comparative policyoriented research and policy-impact analysis, with the ultimate aim to promote sustainable population development and integrated population and development policies.

European Social Survey

This survey is to chart and explain the interaction between Europe's changing institutions, its political and economics structures, and the attitudes, beliefs and behaviour patterns of its diverse populations.

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