Koncerts "28 stāsti par…"




Ģitāristu trio, kas spēlē vienu ģitāru? Labi zināma latviešu dziesma, kas skan spāņu valodā? Mīlas stāsts no pašas Parīzes? Ugunīgas dejas no Bulgārijas plašumiem? Šos un vēl daudz citus brīnišķīgus pārsteigumus mums sagādājuši mūziķi no Latvijas, Lietuvas un Igaunijas koncertā "28 stāsti par…" Ieslēdz LTV1 jau šajā sestdienā, 22. aprīlī plkst. 21.25, un izbaudi Eiropas krāšņo daudzveidību mūzikā, dejā un prozā kopā ar draugiem, ģimeni, savējiem! #daudzlaimesEiropa #EU60.





European Photo Competition "My Europe - My rights"





Informācija par konkursa norisi un balvām: ŠEIT



Competition: European Transport Innovation Challenge





The EU is committed to cutting CO2 emissions by at least 40% by 2030 and by 80% by 2050. With transportation accounting for one quarter of CO2 emissions, there is a need to radically transform the way people and goods are transported.

The European Transport Innovation Challenge (ETIC) will help move the EU along the path of decarbonisation and sustainable growth.

Entrants just need a good idea for a product or service that will contribute to one of the following key European goals for transport:

  • better mobility
  • better access to mobility
  • less pollution
  • less congestion
  • more safety and security.

Entrants can be an individual, a team, a company (providing it is an SME) or any other type of legal entity anywhere in the EU or in a country associated with the Horizon 2020 programme.

In order to encourage young innovators, the person who attends the ITS European Congress must be under 35. The 12 winners of the ETIC will get a free trip to Strasbourg on 19–21 June 2017 to follow the ITS Congress, Europe’s biggest gathering of professionals working in intelligent transport systems.

The deadline for applications is midnight, 2 May 2017. More information is available in this FAQ.



Competition: shaping Europe’s digital future



With the EU celebrating its 60th anniversary this year, it’s time to look ahead at how the continent can release its full digital potential and how citizens can be part of it by sharing your vision of the digital world in 2025.

The European Commission is running an online video competition to pick the brains of young people across Europe and find the perfect candidates to participate in the Digital Assembly 2017 on 15–16 June 2017.

The annual event provides an opportunity for stakeholders to debate, take stock and look ahead at how Europe and its partners around the world are preparing for the digital transformation. This year’s debate, which takes place in Valletta, Malta, focuses on “Digital Europe: Investing in the Future”.

Competition entrants must be 16–25 years old and live in the EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Norway. Videos should be between 00:45 and 01:15 minutes long and must be in English or with English subtitles.

Entries can be uploaded to YouTube, Facebook or Dailymotion and then submitted to Digital Tomorrow. The deadline for submissions is 28 April 2017. The winner will receive a mobile video production studio and a trip to Malta to participate in the Plenary Youth Panel on 16 June.

There are three categories:

  • Fiction
  • Animation
  • Vlog



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