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Implementing the Lisbon Treaty ‘Special Week’ coverage

Date

27 Nov 2009

Sections

EU Priorities 2020

EurActiv, the independent media portal specialised in EU policies, will be running special coverage on Europe’s new treaty from 30 November to 4 December.

With EU leaders now having decided who their first permanent president and foreign policy representative will be, attention is now focusing on what concrete changes the treaty will bring to EU policy.

The EurActiv special week will feature interviews with prominent Brussels think tanks and analysts on what the changes will bring to EU policy-making. It will also go into the nitty-gritty of inter-institutional relations, with a particular emphasis on the European Parliament, which gains new powers under the Lisbon Treaty

The special week coverage will feature on EurActiv’s ‘EU Priorities & Opinion’ section, which is supported by Coca-Cola, IBM, Enel and Speak up Europe. The section is available free of charge in three languages at the following address: http://www.euractiv.com/en/opinion [FR] [DE

Meanwhile, EurActiv continues to lead the debate on the replacement of the Lisbon Strategy for growth and jobs, the Union’s flagship long-term policy. Please check our latest articles here:

- EU launches consultation on ten-year strategy

- EU's new '2020 strategy' comes under fire

- Brussels readies plans for EU '2020 strategy' [FR] [DE]

- And our LinksDossier here: Growth and Jobs: Relaunch of the Lisbon strategy [FR][DE]

Media contacts:

Georgi Gotev, Senior Editor, EurActiv.com, Tel.: +32(0)2.788.36.76, editor@euractiv.com

Daniela Vincenti-Mitchener, Managing Editor, Tel. +32(0)2.788.36.69, news@euractiv.com

Christophe Leclercq, Publisher, EurActiv.com, Tel. +32(0)2.226.58.13, publisher@euractiv.com

Note to the editor:

www.EurActiv.com is the network of independent policy portals on EU Affairs, counting 590,000 unique visitors together with the Web2.0 platform Blogactiv.eu (CIM certified figures – October 2008). Set up in 1999, the portal is an important working instrument for the majority of EU Actors (institutions, industry federations, NGOs, think tanks, the press and others) involved in defining or influencing EU policies.

National policy portals of the CrossLingual network in 10 countries and 10 languages are accessible here www.euractiv.com/en/Fixed/about/crosslingual.htm

In order to provide free services and ensure independence, EurActiv's services are financed from four sources: corporate sponsoring, EurActor membership, online advertising and EU projects.

EurActiv's CrossLingual network is sponsored by Visa Europe, the European Year of Creativity and Innovation and the European Commission’s Small Business Act / SME week campaigns. General sponsors of www.EurActiv.com are: CEFIC, Honeywell, ExxonMobil, TNS, INRIA, Enel, Syngenta, Veolia and the Nickel Institute. Section sponsors of www.EurActiv.com are: Air France/FNAM, Dow, Nike, IBM, Kellen Europe and the European Publishers Council. Further supporters include: Shell, McKinsey & Company and Organisation International de la Francophonie. EurActiv also has 60 “content partners” (NGOs & think tanks) as well as ca. 500 “contributors”, providing their policy positions for free publication, up to the editorial team. Input welcome: editor@euractiv.com.

EurActiv content extracts can be re-used freely by other media, subject to clear attribution, and copy sent to content@euractiv.com.

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