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« on: February 28, 2009, 05:18:34 PM »

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Welcome to the Central, Multilingual Forum, part of the larger "EuroFora" interactive News project at : http://eurofora.net


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Welcome to EuroFora

Strasbourg's News and Debates on Europe in the World and Science.


EIW pioneer project (1997 - 2008) aims to offer :

- Forward insight on forthcoming and on-going European and Paneuropean decision-making, in EU, CoE and more, with News and Debates on Europe's role in the World and Science.

As seen from the unique viewpoint of Strasbourg's crossroads, host of EU Parliament's weekly plenary debates and votes, Council of Europe, Euro-Court of Human Rights, and International bodies (Space University, "Human Frontier", European Science Foundation, etc). Strategically located between Brussels and Geneva's UNO's headquarters.

It concerns Citizens, Politicians, Lobbies, Experts, Scientists, etc. from both organizations, with 27 and 47 member-States each, as well as other Countries involved (USA, Canada, Japan, etc) or closely interested and present in Strasbourg's European, Paneuropean and International developments (as China, etc).


- Practical Infos and Events, to facilitate moving -and/or developing related activities- IN and around Strasbourg.

- A FORUM to foster Citizens' debates on common European issues.

 

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See : http://www.eurofora.net/discover-euforora/front-end/eurofora.html
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« Reply #1 on: March 07, 2009, 08:50:13 PM »

What's the "1997-2008" period for ? Is it a reference to an identical, similar, or substantially different initial project since "1997" ?

Just curious to find out..
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