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Annual report 2020 – Joint Research Centre
Annual report 2020 – Joint Research Centre
Jul 29 2021

The JRC published the Annual Report for 2020 – a year of unprecedented challenges for Europe and the world. The Annual Report provides detailed information on the wide-ranging accomplishments of the JRC over the year.

According to this study, children spent an average of six-and-a-half hours daily online.
According to this study, children spent an average of six-and-a-half hours daily online.
Mar 24 2021
Children learning remotely report facing negative online content on average more often than before the Covid-19 pandemic, while parents improved their digital skills to help mitigate the risks.
The JRC is developing new and innovative digital technologies to support law enforcement
The JRC is developing new and innovative digital technologies to support law enforcement
Feb 26 2021
The JRC works at the cutting edge of innovations to help law enforcement at all stages of criminal investigations: from identifying victims and perpetrators of crime, to tracking down and bringing criminals to justice.
The conceptual framework describes the components of hybrid threats in terms of actors, their objectives, tools and targeted domains.
The conceptual framework describes the components of hybrid threats in terms of actors, their objectives, tools and targeted domains.
Nov 26 2020

A new conceptual framework on hybrid threats designed by researchers aims to increase the understanding of hybrid threats and facilitate the development of effective measures to improve resilience against these threats.

The 'hybrid threats' concept refers to coordinated action conducted by hostile state or non-state actors with the deliberate goal to undermine or harm democratic states.

Most people receiving humanitarian assistance are in countries that have been affected by a crisis for seven years or more.
Nearly three quarters of the people who receive humanitarian assistance are in countries that have been affected by a crisis for seven years or more.
Nov 20 2020
A new tool to assess the severity of on-going humanitarian crises shows that crises around the world are becoming longer, more severe and more complex.
The JRC provides technical and scientific support to EU policies in nuclear safety, security and radiation protection
The JRC provides technical and scientific support to EU policies in nuclear safety, security and radiation protection
Sep 24 2020
Today, the JRC and the Japan Atomic Energy Agency celebrate 30 years of research and training cooperation in nuclear safeguards, security and non-proliferation.
The JRC 2019 Annual Report provides insight on how the organisation supports the Commission’s political priorities
The JRC 2019 Annual Report provides insight on how the organisation supports the Commission’s political priorities
Jul 01 2020
JRC science supports a wide range of policies to achieve a more competitive, fair, sustainable and influential Europe
The EMM/MEDISYS system shows clusters of media reporting on coronavirus worldwide  Copyright: EU 2020
The EMM/MEDISYS system shows clusters of media reporting on coronavirus worldwide Copyright: EU 2020
Apr 06 2020
In times of the coronavirus, JRC analyst Jens Linge helps experts track the pandemic and push back on misinformation.
Experts analysed results of an EU-wide survey on attitudes to integration
Experts analysed results of an EU-wide survey on attitudes to integration
Feb 21 2020
New study confirms the more immigrant and host communities interact, the more positively integration is perceived.
The labs are equipped to help scientists study and understand the fitness of components of nuclear power plants.
The labs are equipped to help scientists study and understand the fitness of components of nuclear power plants.
Dec 19 2019
The JRC opens four more world-class nuclear facilities to European researchers.

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