Blog on development, for Commissioner for development Andris Piebalgs.
see Andris Piebalgs
The blog will give Mme Malmström an opportunity to communicate her messages as Commissioner and to interact with citizens, via the commentary field. It will also be of added value to her website in the sense that it can be updated quickly with photos to make it more 'reader-friendly'.
see Cecilia Malmström
As Commissioner for Science and Research since 2004, it is my objective to improve the situation for research and researchers in the EU. Through research we gain knowledge and knowledge is essential for growth and an enhanced quality of life. Here, in my blog, I share with you my views on a wide variety of topics affecting Europe.
see Janez Potočnik
Welcome to my Blog where I will be sharing my ideas about the issues that I am responsible for: humanitarian assistance and crisis response.
see Kristalina Georgieva
As Commissioner for Institutional Relations and Communication since August 2004, it is my job to improve the way 'Europe' is communicated to its citizens. This blog has been set up partly with that in mind. Here, you can read my views on anything from humanitarian aid and enlargement to women in government and mobile phone roaming charges. You can also communicate directly back to me by posting a comment on any one of my articles.
see Margot Wallström
Welcome to my Blog where I want to share my thoughts about issues in my portfolio as Commissioner for Maritime Affairs and Fisheries.
see Maria Damanaki
Mariann Fischer Boel
As Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development, it is my job to manage the European Union's Common Agricultural Policy. The CAP aims to support the production of good quality and safe food, help our farmers, promote jobs and businesses in rural areas, ensure the respect of environmental and animal welfare standards and preserve Europe's unique rural landscapes. The policy is not standing still. We are introducing a series of reforms, which aim above all to make our farmers more competitive and market
see Mariann Fischer Boel
Welcome to my Blog where I will be sharing my ideas about the issues that I am responsible for: inter-institutional relation and administration.
see Maroš Šefčovič
As Commissioner for Consumer Affairs, I believe that empowering consumers makes the markets function better. This, in turn, ensures a better market situation for consumers. I work towards the goal of putting consumers in the driving seat, giving them real choices, accurate information and the confidence that comes from effective protection. Through my blog, I will share my views and experiences as Consumer Commissioner, and I hope that it will stimulate discussion on a range of issues on consumer policy.
see Meglena Kuneva
Neelie Kroes is Vice President and Digital Agenda Commissioner at the European Commission. With 40 years experience in politics, business and technology, Ms Kroes writes openly and incisively about how she is bringing together a long-term vision for Europe.
see Neelie Kroes
"The environment is a policy area where the EU delivers tangible benefits for its citizens in the form of an improved living and working conditions. It is also a policy area where a significant majority of European citizens support further and even more effective action. As the EU celebrates its first 50 years - and looks towards the next 50 years - it is clear that developing and implementing policies that can effectively protect Europe's environment will be at the heart of the European ""project"". My hop
see Stavros Dimas
Barcelona - Ferran Tarradellas
Ferran Tarradellas is the head of the European Commission's Representation in Barcelona. His blog is a space to discuss and debate about Europe with a local view, everybody is invited to contribute.
see Barcelona - Ferran Tarradellas
Estonia - Euroblogi
The Euroblog has invited various people from both Brussels and Tallinn to write on EU-related matters. The link between Tallinn and Brussels can be considered essential since the Estonian public remains under-informed about Brussels and the Brussels community does not know perhaps how exactly things are perceived in Estonia. These reflections are of a far more personal nature than the 'official views' of the Commission that we usually circulate. We hope they invite the reader to think along and to engage in
see Estonia - Euroblogi
Spain - Francisco Fonseca
The blog of the Head of the European Commission's Representation in Spain offers to the users an analysis of the most relevant European topics from a local viewpoint. Everybody is invited to contribute and share their views with us.
see Spain - Francisco Fonseca
ECHO in action
Blog about ECHO's activities (from Regional Information Officers and/or experts in the field, and from HQ staff)
see ECHO in action
Juvenes Translatores. The Annual competition for pupils to promote translation as profession.
see Juvenes Translatores
This blog gives the possibility to civil society organisations and Member states to dialogue with us.
see Structured dialogue
Informative EU Bulletin Board built upon a blog platform allowing EC to disseminate incubators accelerators and camps among Europe, as well as allowing web entrepreneurs to get in contact with co-founders and investors from abroad. It will have one section on events for entrepreneurs. There will be future functionalities of this platform in order to be more useful, and create more visibility among future entrepreneurs.
see Web entrepreneurs