A news alert from the European Commission Research and Innovation Press Centre may be of interest to anyone studying the Holocaust’
“A gateway to our memory: the European Holocaust Research Infrastructure opens its online portal
Brussels, 26 March 2015
The EU-funded project European Holocaust Research Infrastructure (EHRI) unveiled today the result of its four-year work: an online portal that gives unprecedented access to dispersed Holocaust-related archives from Europe and beyond. These research sources, most of which have only been accessible at the institutions concerned, will now be available online to users around the world.”
The full news alert is at: http://ec.europa.eu/research/index.cfm?pg=newsalert&year=2015&na=na-260315
New publications are constantly being added to the EU Bookshop on a huge variety of subjects. One such publication that may be of interest to students who wish to go on to work or study in Europe is a new guide to Europass:
Europass is a portfolio of 5 documents developed by the European Commission to support EU citizens’ mobility by making job seekers’ skills and qualifications easily understood in Europe. It includes the Europass CV.
Further information about Europass is available at: https://europass.cedefop.europa.eu/en/about
On Friday 20 March, the Hansard Society and the European Parliament will host a discussion on “Aberdeen’s future: Jobs, services and the Transatlantic Trade & Investment Partnership (TTIP)”
Further details and how to book for this free event are available at:
New publications are constantly being added to the EU Bookshop on a huge variety of subjects . they are mostly authored by EU institutions or individuals endorsed by them. PDFs and E-books of EU Bookshop titles are free to download and there are around 190,000 to choose from!
Below are a few examples that may be of interest to law students:
And some other things:
If your studies relate to the EU then check the Bookshop regularly for the