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The European Community is virtually unique among international organisations in the impact it has on the lives of the citizens of its Member States. As the 1992 programme nears completion this impact will certainly increase. In order to gain the support of its citizens it is vital for the EC to...
Currently the European Community EC produces andor distributes about 35 public databases with many more used for internal purposes only. In this short article we will look at those which contain information on social affairs. Most are available online via the official EC hosts, Eurobases and...
Until about 1989, most local authorities were under the impression that the Single European Act had no direct relevance for their work. With the exception of a few departments and some interested individuals, the single European market was perceived as being only of interest to businesses and...
Social, in terms of EC policy, covers areas from youth to health and safety. This, and the many nonEC organisations involved in this field, means that any comprehensive overview of published material on the social dimension to Europe would fill a whole issue of Aslib Proceedings
Economic development is at the heart of the completion of the Single European Market, and the information sources on this topic are wide and varied.
Voluntary organisations in the UK have many of the same information needs regarding Europe as the statutory and private sectors. Every part of the economy needs accurate, uptodate information on what the European institutions are doing, or, preferably, planning to do. In addition, a thorough...
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