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EU objective international private law: it's like dating
Brussels 1 and Rome 1 briefly explained in a three step approach (EU Regulation 1215/2012 and 593/2008)
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Brussels Regulation on Jurisdiction Recast - Commercial Litigation Briefing April 2015 - part 02
Legal Director Clare Dwyer speaks about Brussels regulation on jurisdiction recast.
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Recast Brussels Regulation, Midnight Clauses, Italian Torpedoes & More - Webinar
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Brexit: Jurisdiction, Enforcement and Conflict of Laws...
...A case of “Fog in Channel, Continent cut off?” On Monday 17th October, Brick Court Chambers hosted the second in its series of panel discussions on the legal implications of Brexit. The event was chaired by Helen Davies QC. Julian Makin, the global co-head of mining and metals at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer opened the presentations. He discussed the global strength and importance of the UK legal services market due to the certainty, clarity and predictability of the law and the quality of the UK lawyers and judiciary. Post-Brexit, the key issue will be retaining this certainty. Matters that will need to be addressed include the operation of the ‘Great Repeal Act’, the power to amend and repeal EU law once it has been converted into English law and the status of CJEU decisions. Sir Richard Aikens considered the impact of Brexit on the Brussels Regulation regime. Sir Richard observed that on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU, the Brussels I Recast Regulation and Lugano Convention 2007 will cease to have any effect. However, the Brussels Convention still has the force of law in the UK, and would arguably bind Member States who joined the EU after the Brussels I Regulation. The best solution going forwards would be for the UK to enter a bilateral treaty with the EU allowing the UK to participate in the Brussels Regulation regime. This would, however, give rise to both practical and political difficulties. Oliver Jones addressed the possibility of a resurgence for anti-suit injunctions on Brexit. He observed that in the unlikely scenario that the default position on Brexit was a return to the common law, the anti-suit injunction would return with full force. Noting, however, that the restrictive EU case law arose under the Brussels Convention, the result of Brexit may be that the UK remains subject to the EU jurisdictional regime with none of the benefits negotiated in the Recast Regulation. Agreeing with Sir Richard, he agreed that the best outcome would be for the UK to remain subject to the Brussels I Recast Regulation. Ben Woolgar considered the enforcement of judgments. Having outlined the current system, he noted that it works well because it is procedurally simple, covers a wide range of decisions, is relatively quick and also has a high degree of certainty due to the narrow scope of the defences. The best option on Brexit would therefore be to retain the Brussels I Recast Regulation if the necessary reciprocity can be agreed. Considering the other options, he observed that the Lugano and Brussels Conventions would require a judgment to be recognised in the other state prior to enforcement. Enforcement under the Hague Choice of Courts Convention or the common law is significantly more difficult. Finally, Andrew Henshaw QC discussed the value of the current EU Evidence and Service Regulations. In the absence of these Regulations, the UK would fall back on the relevant Hague Conventions. However, problems would include the fact that not all EU Member States are parties, the processes are significantly slower, and the scope for participation in the taking of evidence would be much reduced. Although parties can take some precautionary steps, intervention by the UK Government will be required to address many issues. The presentations were followed by a Q&A session. The next panel discussion on the legal implications of Brexit will consider FRAND, pharmaceuticals and intellectual property. It will be held on Thursday 1 November 2016 at 6pm at The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, WC2A 1PL. Please register via the following link: http://www.brickcourt.co.uk/future-events/detail/brexit-frand-pharmaceuticals-intellectual-property
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Recasting the Runes – An Overview of the Brussels Regulation Recast
The Brussels Effect: The Rise of a Regulatory Superstate in Europe
Anu Bradford, assistant professor at the University of Chicago, discusses "the Brussels Effect," which highlights an underestimated aspect of European power the discussion on globalization and power politics overlooks: Europe's unilateral power to regulate global commerce. It is common today to hear Europe described today as the power of the past whose military, economic, and political powers are declining. Bradford, however, argues that Europe is successfully exporting its legal institutions and standards and examines why the markets, other states, and international institutions can do little to constrain Europe's global regulatory agenda. This lecture is part of the Chicago's Best Ideas series. For more information, visit http://www.law.uchicago.edu/events/2012-01-18-chicagos-best-ideas-anu-bradford-brussels-effect-rise-regulatory-superstate-europe. January 18, 2012 ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGOytSubscribe About #UChicago: A destination for inquiry, research, and education, the University of Chicago empowers scholars to challenge conventional thinking. Our diverse community of creative thinkers celebrates ideas, and is celebrated for them. #UChicago on the Web: Home: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-home News: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-news Facebook: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-FB Twitter: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-TW Instagram: http://bit.ly/UCHICAGO-IG University of Chicago on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/uchicago *** ACCESSIBILITY: If you experience any technical difficulties with this video or would like to make an accessibility-related request, please email [email protected]
Wrongful removal or retention of the child – the Brussels II bis Regulation
Second of EJTN's April 2017 pilot webinars, produced in conjunction with the European Union Agency for Law Enforcement Training (CEPOL): Wrongful removal or retention of the child – the Brussels II bis Regulation Presenter: Carlos M. G. de Melo Marinho, Court of Appeal Judge, Co-Founder and Former National Contact Point of the European Judicial Network in Civil and Commercial Matters, Senior Expert on European and International Judicial Cooperation and E-justice, Portugal.
EU airport restrictions, airports in Athens and Brussels
SHOTLIST Brussels, Belgium 1. Wide of airport departures terminal 2. Sign reading "Brussels airport" 3. Pan from flight schedules panel to warning sign informing of new measures 4. Close up of sign 5. Passengers getting leaflets with information 6. Various of airport worker taking make-up items from passenger and putting them in plastic bag 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Jan Van der Cruysse, communications manager for Brussels airport: "Probably in the coming weeks and months, this is going to become a part of natural life when a passenger flies. They will have to live with the new rules. Passengers already knew that they would not be allowed to take scissors and knives on board an aircraft, well as from now on they will have to know that they can't take liquids onboard an aircraft and cabin." 8. Various of security official checking bags for liquids in hand baggage control 9. Airport officials checking bags of woman with baby 10. SOUNBITE: (English) Judith, passenger: "I'm breastfeeding so I didn't have any problems with milk or stuff like that. It was just the baby food, but they didn't make a lot of problems." 11. Passenger at control, bucket with bottles of water taken from passengers 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence, passenger: "I think it's great to have a bit of security, a lot more than before. I think it's a good idea." 13. Airport Duty Free worker putting bottle of liquor inside plastic bag 14. Close up of sing reading: "Not to be opened until final destination reached" 15. Duty Free worker giving bag to passenger Athens, Greece 16. Wide exterior of Athens airport 17. Close up of passengers in departure lounge 18. Wide of information desk with advice for new regulations 19. Lady from info desk putting liquids into plastic bag 20. Wide of departure gate 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Janis Paraskis, Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Athens International Airport: "Passengers are being gradually informed when arriving at the airport with different stands before they get a check-in, there is a further information by the check-in agents and before they proceed to security there is one more further check point, leaflets are available and we are very happy with the performance of the system till now, there is no delays, no queues, passengers are very helpful." 22. Wide of departure gate at airport with posters about security measures 23. Passengers putting liquid in plastic bag 24. Close up plastic bag containing liquids STORYLINE Flight passengers were restricted to taking only small only amounts of liquids on board planes as strict new security measures on hand baggage went into effect on Monday across the European Union. The new EU rules limit passengers to carrying 100 millilitres (a fifth of a pint) of liquid per container on board planes - part of regulations imposed after British police said in August that they had broken up a plot to bring down US-bound flights with liquid-based explosives. New restrictions on the size of carry-on luggage will be introduced in April. All liquids - not only water and soft drinks but also soups, creams, lotions, oils, perfumes, sprays, gels, toothpaste and shaving cream - are subject to security checks before passengers board their planes. The containers must fit into a clear re-sealable plastic bag to be presented at security checkpoints, officials said. The new rules do not affect liquids packed in checked luggage, or drinks and perfumes bought at airport shops after passengers clear security. Baby foods and medicines also are exempt but can be subject to inspection, officials said. The rules went into effect on Monday at all airports within the 25-nation EU and in Norway, Iceland and Switzerland. Keyword-- aviation - airport You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/31cf57a4946e2f3be2ac018d96349970 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Hungary on EU dispute: We'll be "unrelenting" | DW English
No refugees, new regulations and more sovereignty? How long will Viktor Orban’s government keep playing the bad boy in Brussels? Tim Sebastian meets Zoltan Kovacs, international government spokesman and secretary of state for public diplomacy, Get involved in the debate below! Conflict Zone is Deutsche Welle's top political interview. Every week, our hosts Tim Sebastian and Michel Friedman are face-to-face with global decision-makers, seeking straight answers to straight questions, putting the spotlight on controversial issues and calling the powerful to account. Twitter: https://twitter.com/dw_conflictzone Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dw.conflictzone/ More about Tim Sebastian: http://www.dw.com/p/1G7K9 More about Michel Friedman: http://www.dw.com/p/1IMJx
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Bikers drive from Wales to Brussels to stop EU " over regulation"
EUobserver / Brussels (22 November) The EU wants to ban motor cyclists from customising their bikes and oblige them to wear fluorescent clothing. For this reason, Welsh bikers like Darren Sharp drove to Brussels to express their disdain. By Méabh Mc Mahon
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The EU makes things More Expensive
A segment from Brexit The Movie showing that the EU makes things more expensive for consumers, by protecting inefficient firms, restricting trade with non-EU countries, and forcing firms to meet expensive regulations. Brexit The Movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTMxfAkxfQ0
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Panel 4: The Brussels regime and political questions
Chair: Advocate General Juliane Kokott, Court of Justice of the European Union Speaker: Ms Zuzanna Witek (University of Wroclaw): Loss of mutual trust as a ground for refusal or mutual recognition in the framework of the EU's Area of Freedom, Security and Justice - Problem analysis of the example of the judiciary crisis in Poland Closing remarks by Prof. Geert Van Calster (KU Leuven)
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QED Conference on EU Prospectus Regulation – level 2 11 July 2017, Brussels
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English/Nat The British Prime Minister John Major has appealed to European businessmen Tuesday to join him and stop over-regulation by Brussels. In a speech in Brussels to 400 business leaders he said the red-tape would cost millions of jobs and threaten others. The British Prime Minister arrived in Brussels for a hard-hitting speech to heads of Business from across the European Union. He re emphasised the fact that he was against the European Social Model, which he claimed stifled job creation. His comments will be seen as part of a pre-election address to the British public, in which he emphasised the differences between the Conservative Party and Labour. He appealed for the captains of industry to join him in halting over-regulation and talked about the need to create more jobs to remain globally competitive. SOUNDBITE: "Europe face an historic challenge, the challenge of how to keep her companies competitive and her people in work in the face of intense and growing global competition. Prosperity, that aim which every politician shares, depends upon winning in that hugely competitive world. But sadly Europe is not winning 18 and a half million people are unemployed. The size of Denmark, Finland and Sweden added together. We are simply not creating enough new jobs across Europe." SUPER CAPTION: John Major, British Prime Minister John Major told the conference that Britain had found the way forward, by trying to reduce unemployment, a move which put it out of step with the rest of Europe. SOUNDBITE: "Crudely the choice is between two dramatically different economic philosophies. The enterprise approach and the approach that most people would recognise as the European model. The European Social Model. This is the continuing debate. The debate in which the British Government is often portrayed as being out of step with our European partners. And to a point that is true we are out of step with the European model. We are out of step because we believe it prevents job creation and creates unemployment. We believe that is politically wrong and economically wrong" SUPER CAPTION: John Major, British Prime Minister In a sideswipe at the European Commission President Jacques Santer he the EU's Social Chapter and explained why his signature would not be on the document. SOUNDBITE: "And that is why I will not sign it, because one signature on the Social Chapter would mean half a million signatures on the dole and that is not a deal I am prepared to contemplate. All Britain would gain from the Social Chapter is a less competitive economy and more unemployment. First stop Social Chapter, next stop Social Security. I have no doubt that if we sign the Social Chapter it would become a Trojan horse unloading on Britain the problems which brought us to a low point in the 1970s." SUPER CAPTION: John Major, British Prime Minister The message went down well with virtually all the 400 delegates who are members of the European Policy Forum, a research body and think tank. SOUNDBITE: "So my message is clear. It is a message for all Europe, I am not seeking special measures that would allow Britain to benefit at the expense of our partners in the European Union, that is not my motive. Our British interest is for Europe as a whole to succeed. We British have nothing to gain if our largest export markets hobbled themselves." SUPER CAPTION: John Major, British Prime Minister The British Prime Minister received a standing ovation for his comments rallying businesses against too much European red tape which he said was crippling small companies and stifling enterprise. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/29f5e57b0c7ad28e62117926cde8c1f4 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Straight teeth in under 60 seconds!
This shows timelapsed orthodontics.
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Podcast series: Jurisdiction, recognition and enforcement of judgements in civil matters
Video 6, Recent case Law of the ECJ - Procedure of the Preliminary Ruling - Mr. Michael Wilderspin
Henry Newman: single market means no say over Brussels rules and regulations
Staying in the single market means that “we would have no say over the regulations and rules coming from Brussels,” explains Henry Newman of Open Europe
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Jurisdiction, Conflict of Laws and Data Protection in Cyberspace (Part 1)
A conference jointly organised by the Brussels Privacy Hub at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and the Department of European and Comparative Procedural Law of the Max Planck Institute Luxembourg (12.10.17). Welcome Address 00:00 - Prof. Dr Burkhard Hess, Director of the MPI for Procedural Law Luxembourg - Prof. Dr Christopher Kuner, Co-Director of the Brussels Privacy Hub at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel Panel 1: Data Protection and Fundamental Rights Law: the example of cross-border exchanges of biomedical data – the case of the human genome 03:50 - Chair: Prof. Dr Jan von Hein, University of Freiburg im Breisgau - Speaker: Dr Fruzsina Molnár-Gábor, The Heidelberg Academy of Sciences and Humanities - Discussant: Prof. Dr Paul De Hert, Co-Chairman of the Brussels Privacy Research Hub at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel Panel 2: Territorial Scope of Law on the Internet 1:04:13 - Chair: Prof. Dr Christopher Kuner, Co-Director of the Brussels Privacy Hub at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Speaker: Prof. Dr Dan Svantesson, Bond University, Australia - Discussant: Prof. Dr Gerald Spindler, University of Göttingen Full report on https://www.mpi.lu/news-and-events/2017/october/12/jurisdiction-conflict-of-laws-and-data-protection-in-cyberspace-report/
The Week in Brussels: Telecoms Code, Copyright Directive and ePrivacy Regulation
Access Partnership's Public Policy Manager Matt Allison delves into the three major happenings in the EU in the week of 4-8 June. - What was agreed on the Telecoms Code in the trialogue meeting last week? - What is the status of lobbying on the Copyright Directive? - Did ministers agreed a shared position on the ePrivacy Regulation during the telecoms meeting? View more of our publications on www.AccessPartnership.com
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Coming up in Brussels: Vehicle safety, Erasmus+ and more
Parliament discusses EU-US trade, funding for Erasmus+ in the next EU budget, and vehicle safety regulations. A working group monitoring rule of law and corruption in the EU will release findings on press freedom in Slovakia and Malta. And the Parliament welcomes guests from other parliaments around the EU.
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Reportage Brussels International Business Court
Reportage Brussels International Business Court
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Digital Mirrors – International Regulation and System Design based on hybrid Image Processing
Session at AutoSens Brussels 2018 - International Regulation, comparison of the requirements for Europe (ECE countries) and the future developments for the US market - State of the art camera monitor systems - CMS system design based on a novel hybrid SoC-FPGA platform - Testing based on ISO 16505 and UN-ECE R.46 - The role of automotive camera systems in electrical engineering education - Future developments Speaker: Prof Anestis Terzis – Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Ulm University of Applied Sciences ⇒⇒ Subscribe for more videos ► http://bit.ly/autosenstvsub ◄ ⇒⇒ Get our newsletter ► https://go.auto-sens.com/newsletter ◄ Find out about our next event at ► http://www.auto-sens.com ◄ Recorded at AutoSens Brussels 2018, the world's leading vehicle perception conference and exhibition, held at AutoWorld Museum, Brussels and coming to the USA in May 2019 at the Michigan Science Center, Detroit
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Exclusive! Borchardt (EU Commission) | From the latest Madrid Forum to the next Gas Package
http://fsr.eui.eu/gas One year after the first FSR interview with Klaus-Dieter Borchardt (DG ENER Deputy DG, European Commission), Ilaria Conti (Head of FSR Gas Area) returns to Brussels for an update. The discussion starts with an assessment of the novelties brought by the latest Madrid Forum. As the negotiations on the Clean Energy Package are approaching the end, the Forum focused on the changes that are needed in the gas sector in 2030 and even 2050 perspective. Director Borchardt begins by pointing out that the achievement of the 2050 targets requires the contribution from other sectors such as industries, transport and buildings. Moreover, the decarbonisation of the EU economy cannot rely on one energy source and, for this reason, the Commission believes that renewable and low carbon gas will have a significant role in the coming years. In the second part of the interview, Klaus-Dieter Borchardt gives an overview of the studies announced by the European Commission at the latest Madrid Forum. One of the key novelties is that some tasks have been distributed among the organisations participating in the Forum. Finally, as the coming months will be decisive for the final version of the Commission’s proposal and potentially, for the role of gas in the long-term, Director Borchardt concludes by identifying the main chapters of the 2020 gas package: institutional, upgrading the gas market and sector coupling.
Farmers protesting in Brussels demand more market regulations
European farmers on Monday protested in Brussels as EU agriculture ministers met to discuss difficulties facing the agricultural sector across the bloc. Lines of tractors blocked the Belgian capital's streets. Dairy farmers sprayed milk outside the Belgian liberal political party MR's building. Protesters also distributed free milk and sandwiches to passers-by, hoping to get sympathy for their campaign for more market regulations. Subscribe to us on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVNEWSbeijing Download for IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/cctvnews-app/id922456579?l=zh&ls=1&mt=8 Download for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.imib.cctv Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvnewschina Twitter: https://twitter.com/CCTVNEWS Google+: https://plus.google.com/+CCTVNEWSbeijing Tumblr: http://cctvnews.tumblr.com/ Weibo: http://weibo.com/cctvnewsbeijing
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Michael Fallon MP, Business and Energy Minister, on 'Smart regulations - can Brussels deliver?'
Open Europe hosted an event with Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP, Business and Energy Minister, on 'Smarter regulation - can Brussels deliver?'. In his speech, he argued that while the single market had the potential to be the "greatest platform for economic growth", overly burdensome regulation coming from the EU was choking off potential jobs, growth and competitiveness, and as argued by David Cameron in his EU speech, Europe could not afford this in the global context. "The burden of unnecessary costs" was carried more heavily by Europe than by its competitors, he said. He pointed out that this burden falls particularly hard on SMEs, citing a consultation which found that many had to employ a dedicated member of staff simply to process the workload stemming from the EU's REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemical substances) Directive. Other areas of EU legislation identified as particularly onerous were the Working Time Directive, the Agency Worker's Directive and other social and environmental rules. During the Q&A session, he noted that leaving the EU was not a panacea - as UK companies exporting to the EU would still have to comply with many of these regulations without having any say over them, something currently vexing the Norwegians. Fallon argued that progress had already been made on over-regulation on both the UK and EU fronts, pointing to strong support from other member states including Germany, which resulted in the recent letter signed by twelve member states calling for a reduction in the overall EU regulatory burden. Fallon pointed out that as a result of the crisis, many member states had become a lot more receptive to UK-style reforms, with France and Poland adopting a 'one in, one out' approach to regulation based on the UK model. He was also hopeful that Mediterranean countries would become allies in this fight given their need to restructure their economies and said he was disappointed they had not done so already. On the UK front, Fallon claimed that the coalition's six-point transposition plan for EU laws had resulted in the elimination of costs associated with gold-plating, i.e. that when adopting new EU laws, the UK would only impose the minimum standards necessary to comply. However, as Fallon acknowledged, there is still more to be done, arguing for example that EU impact assessments ought to be independently verified, and that a "cultural shift" needed to take place in Brussels.
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1- The Rifian Demonstration in Brussels I Ticri Irifyen di  Bruxelles
1- Brussels, 16/02/2019 The Rifian Demonstration in Brussels 16/02/2019 I Ticri Irifyen di Bruxelles 16/02/2019 La marche des Rifains a Bruxelles 16/02/2019 مسيرة الريفين في بروكسيل 16/02/2019 ----------------------------------------  Social media • Youtube: l 📺 https://bit.ly/2r2GmYn • Facebook: https://bit.ly/2xCEH1v • Instagram: https://bit.ly/2HV5rPX • Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Ma8mG7 #HirakRif #Rifrepublic #Yuba -------------------------------------  Playlists: • Hirak Rif: https://bit.ly/2Q1iQ9p • Interviews: https://bit.ly/2wAn7IC • Live of Yuba: https://bit.ly/2MKCdVS • Rif History: https://bit.ly/2NH52is • Rif Music: https://bit.ly/2NcwRSI • Calls and messages: https://bit.ly/2wBEKHa • Rif’s weekend News: https://bit.ly/2wYjdJ4
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Rufus Wainwright Brussels - Rules and Regulations
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FTI Consulting Brussels - Hans Hack on EU banking regulations
With the publication of FTI Consulting's paper on banking reforms Volcker, Vickers, Liikanen: Structural reforms of the banking sector -- Quo Vadit Europa?, FTI Consulting Bussels' head of Financial Services Hans Hack sketches some of the key issues and challenges in this short video.
2- The Rifian Demonstration in Brussels I Ticri Irifyen di  Bruxelles
2- Brussels, 16/02/2019 The Riian Demonstration in Brussels 16/02/2019 I Ticri Irifyen di Bruxelles 16/02/2019 La marche des Rifains a Bruxelles 16/02/2019 مسيرة الريفين في بروكسيل 16/02/2019 ----------------------------------------  Social media • Youtube: l 📺 https://bit.ly/2r2GmYn • Facebook: https://bit.ly/2xCEH1v • Instagram: https://bit.ly/2HV5rPX • Twitter: https://bit.ly/2Ma8mG7 #HirakRif #Rifrepublic #Yuba -------------------------------------  Playlists: • Hirak Rif: https://bit.ly/2Q1iQ9p • Interviews: https://bit.ly/2wAn7IC • Live of Yuba: https://bit.ly/2MKCdVS • Rif History: https://bit.ly/2NH52is • Rif Music: https://bit.ly/2NcwRSI • Calls and messages: https://bit.ly/2wBEKHa • Rif’s weekend News: https://bit.ly/2wYjdJ4
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EU F-Gas Regulation: Shaking up the Industry in Europe' event at the European Parliament
Marie Battesti, junior public affairs officer, and Klara Skacanova, manager of the market development team, talk about an event on the European F-gas Regulation that was held in the European Parliament, Brussels, Belgium on 7th March. #GoNatRefs The event was organised by shecco in conjunction with 3M.
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Antitrust and Trade Regulation Attorney jobs in Brussels, Brussel, Belgium
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The EU is about Controlling People for the benefit of Big Business
A segment from Brexit The Movie showing that the EU is about the politicians and bureaucrats controlling the "stupid little people" through regulations for the benefit of big corporations. Big corporations love regulations, of course, because they can afford to meet these regulations while their smaller competitors can't. No surprise then that corporations spend millions lobbying in Brussels. Count how many EU laws cover the products used by people on a daily basis: 5 laws on pillow-cases 109 laws on pillows 11 laws on radio alarm clocks 3 laws on watches 134 laws on phones 225 laws on spectacles 10 laws on duvets 39 laws on sheets 65 laws on bathrooms (excluding the contents) 31 laws on toothbrushes 47 laws on toothpaste 172 laws on mirrors 91 laws on showers 118 laws on shampoo 454 laws on towels 36 laws on radiators 1,246 laws on bread 52 laws on toasters 84 laws on fridges 202 laws on juice 12,653 laws on milk 99 laws on bowls 210 laws on spoons 625 laws on coffee 556 laws on dogs 92 laws on pavements ... and so on. Brexit The Movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UTMxfAkxfQ0
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Brussels warns web giants they face regulation over fake news
Brussels warns web giants they face regulation over fake news The European Union has warned online platforms such as Facebook and YouTube that they will face regulation unless they bolster their efforts to fight fake news. Brussels has given the web giants until...
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EU’s General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect | Money Talks
Years before the scandals surrounding Facebook and its alleged role in the 2016 US election, the EU had been working on new rules to protect Internet users' data. Those regulations have now come into force. One activist has already challenged Facebook and Google for breaking the EU's so-called General Data Protection Regulation. So what do these changes mean for you, and your data? Joe McNamee, Executive Director at European Digital Rights, a civil rights organization specialising in the digital environment, joins us from Brussels.
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Cosmetics at the Crossroads of Science and Regulation
The Cosmetics Europe 2014 International Conference "Cosmetics at the Crossroads of Science and Regulation" took place from 10 to 11 June, in Brussels. 245 participants around the world including regulators, scientists and industry experts exchanged views on the latest key developments in the cosmetics and personal care industry. More information here: www.cosmetics-europe-conference.org/2014/
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Knowledge exchange seminar 'Better EU regulations' (long version)
The strategic theme Institutions for Open Societies (IOS) of Utrecht University organised on the 28 th of April in Brussels, in cooperation with the cabinet of the vice chair of the EC Frans Timmermans, a knowledge exchange seminar ‘Making the European Union more effective and more legitimate’. The aim of the seminar was presenting the multi-disciplinary research approach of IOS and its societal impact on a broad, partially not academic, public. It connects research to the process of (European) policy making. Four prominent IOS scholars presented their views on better regulation and Making the European Union more effective and more legitimate’ in pitches, preceded by EC commissioner and vice chairman Frans Timmermans. This was followed by an interactive debate between our academic experts and the audience . Bas van Bavel (academic director IOS) was moderator.
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Belgium: Farmers cover EU buildings with milk powder
Protesting farmers blasted milk powder in front of EU buildings, in Brussels, on Monday, to protest against planned EU regulations to bring in large quantities of milk powder to stabilise milk prices. SOT, Sieta van Keimpema, Vice-President of European Milk Board (English): "The agricultural ministers are meeting here today, and we want to make them aware of the fact that there is still a crisis going on for the milk producers. Also the commission brings milk powder to the market and we say it is really depressing the price, we heard so from the traders with milk powder, they say it presses the price, so we want them to take it away from the consumption market, so that the market can really recuperate and farmers get a good cost price for their milk" SOT, Jonas Vilionis, President of Molodovsky milk production and Lithuanian farmer (Russian):"We came here to announce our demands, the European Union has not taken these steps and prices have fallen and it has become worse for all farmers." Video ID: 20170123- 019 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
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BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Brussels demands this key British industry MUST follow EU regulations
► BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Brussels demands this key British industry MUST follow EU regulations ► European Commission vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis insisted future access will depend on a system... ► Subscribe: ► Photo & Content Source : ========================================= ► Worls News Today Channel dedicated to sharing the latest news around the world. ► Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www..com/yt/copyright/). ► With the above criteria, if there is any breach of the principles of Community, law on copyright then please comment on the video
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Karel Lannoo on The new regulatory landscape in the EU 2v3
http://coveringthecrisis.eu/ Speaker: Karel Lannoo, Director of Center for European Policy Studies, Brussels Title: The new regulatory landscape in the EU Covering the Crisis generated two days of intense interaction and fruitful debate between leading global players from the world of financial journalism. Fresh insights were offered, new connections were made, experiences were shared and innovative ideas were generated.
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Cosima F. Barone on FECIF-Conference 2015 in Brussels
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FI Campus 2018 – Summary video
FI Campus 2018 ‘What next for ESIF financial instruments? Creating new opportunities under the Omnibus Regulation’ took place on 3-5 December 2018 in Brussels. This flagship fi-compass event had a comprehensive programme covering presentations about ESIF/EFSI combination and further opportunities offered by the Omnibus Regulation, case studies, workshops, discussion panels and fund-specific sessions. Further information about FI Campus 2018 is available here: https://www.fi-compass.eu/event/3989/fi-campus-2018-3-5-december-2018-brussels
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Consumer protection in EU online gambling regulation  - Dr Margaret Carran, City University London
EGBA's Responsible Gaming Day 2018 6 December, European Parliament, Brussels
BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Brussels demands this key British industry MUST follow EU regulations
► BREXIT BOMBSHELL: Brussels demands this key British industry MUST follow EU regulations ► European Commission vice-president Valdis Dombrovskis insisted future access will depend on a system... ► Subscribe:https://goo.gl/C1Fkxc ► Photo & Content Source :https://goo.gl/3E5fAf ========================================= ► Weird News News Channel dedicated to sharing the latest news around the world. ► Videos can use content-based copyright law contains reasonable use Fair Use (https://www..com/yt/copyright/). ► With the above criteria, if there is any breach of the principles of Community, law on copyright then please comment on the video
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Breaking News - ' The EU is deeply immoral! ' Economists say the Brussels regulation impacts on the
Breaking News - The EU is deeply immoral! Economists say the Brussels regulation impacts on the poorest Breaking News - The EU is deeply immoral! Economists say the Brussels regulation impacts on the poorest Mr Wellings, deputy research director at the Institute of Economic Affairs, said poorer Brits are hit hardest by European Union regulations and are forced to buy “expensive” EU produced goods. Speaking exclusively to Express.co.uk, Mr Wellings said: “The EU is hugely dependent on the UK economy as a destination for its exports. “And that’s actually probably the biggest cost of being in the EU that British consumers are forced to buy expensive EU produced goods rather than buying cheaper goods fr... Source: http://c.newsnow.co.uk/A/2/916837630?-34216:22866:3 © Breaking News THANK YOU for your watching SUBSCRIBE my channel for more videos: http://xuri.co/breakingnews ─────────────────── ▼ DISCLAIMER : ➤ If you have problems about copyright or label, please contact me via email or YT inbox. Thank you :) ➤ If you wanna use my uploads in your videos/streams, please give a link back to my original video, thats all ;) #news #newstoday #breakingnews #worldnews #latestnews #new #currentnews #topnews #headlinenews #dailynews #localnews #nationalnews #breakingnewsheadlines #apnews #newsheadlines #latestnewstoday #breakingnewstoday #newnews #recentnews #topnewstoday #topnewsstories #newsstories #news #todaysnews #usbreakingnews
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