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Πρόσκληση εκδήλωσης ενδιαφέροντος 3ΔΣ/2021 για την επιλογή Προέδρου στο Ναυτικό Απομαχικό Ταμείο (ΝΑΤ)

Η προθεσμία υποβολής των ηλεκτρονικών αιτήσεων και δικαιολογητικών συμμετοχής αρχίζει στις  30 Ιουνίου ημέρα Τετάρτη και ώρα 08:00 π.μ. και λήγει στις 19 Ιουλίου 2021, ημέρα Δευτέρα και ώρα 14:00. Για να δείτε την πρόσκληση εκδήλωσης ενδιαφέροντος πατήστε εδώ

Survivor: Το Twitter βλέπει νικητή τον Σάκη Κατσούλη – «Είσαι από άλλο πλανήτη»

Nick 11345 λ. πρινΜεγάλος ξεφτιλας οποιος δεν τον πηρε πρέφα κρίμα.Απαντήστε00Λουσυ 53 λ. πρινΕιτε μας αρεσει ειτε οχι αγωνιστικα ειναι ο καλυτερος!οσο για τη μαριαλενα δε μπορουσε αλλο να την προστατευει !αν δεν επαιρνε την ασυλια θα ηταν και οι δυο προτεινομενοι!η μαριαλενα φανηκε απο νωρις πως δεν μπορουσε να κρατησει τις ζωες της!!!Απαντήστε002 ώ. πρινΑπλά τεράστιος ανικιτοςΑπαντήστε00Μελα4 ώ. πρινΑγωνιστικά εξαιρετικός. Νυφικά απαράδεκτος. Πριν από μερικές εβδομάδες δήθεν θυσιαζόταν για τη Μαριαλένα. Βάλτε με ένα υποψήφιο έναντι αυτήν. χθες πήρε τη δεύτερη ασυλία για να βγάλει τη Μαριαλένα υποψήφια με και χάσει τον τελικό που θεωρεί ότι θα πάρει τα χρήματα. Πολύ άντρας μπράβο.... Άμα έχεις τέτοιους άντρες δεν χρειάζεται τίποτα άλλο...Απαντήστε10ΑΓΓΕΛΑ1 ώ. πρινΤΟΥ ΑΝΤΡΑ ΤΟΥ ΠΟΛΑΒΑΡΥ ΜΗΝ ΤΟΥ ΜΙΛΑΤΕ ΔΕ ΜΠΟΡΕΙ...... ΑΧ ΒΡΕ ΚΟΚΟΡΟΜΥΑΛΗ ΜΑΡΙΑΛΕΝΑ ΠΟΥ ΠΙΣΤΕΥΕΣ ΠΩΣ ΣΕ ΠΡΟΣΤΑΤΕΥΕ ΧΕΣΜΕΝΗ ΣΚΈΨΕΙΣ ΑΛΛΑ ΘΑ ΤΟ ΚΑΤΑΛΑΒΕΙΣ ΟΤΑΝ ΒΓΗΤΕ ΠΟΥ ΘΑ ΣΕ ΠΕΤΑΞΕΙ ΓΙΑ ΑΛΛΗ ΜΙΑ ΦΟΡΆ ΣΑΝ ΣΤΙΜΕΝΗ ΛΕΜΟΝΟΚΟΥΠΑ ΚΑΤΙ ΠΑΡΑΠΑΝΩ ΞΕΡΗ ΜΑΜΑ ΚΑΙ Η ΓΙΑΓΙΑ ΣΟΥ ΝΑ ΤΙΣ ΑΚΟΥΣ ΑΛΛΑ ΣΕΧΕΙ ΤΥΦΛΩΣΕΙ Ο ΈΡΩΤΑΣ ΠΕΡΑΣΤΙΚΑ ΣΟΥΑπαντήστε00c773 ώ. πρινΑφού ούτως ή άλλως θα έβγαινε υποψήφια, αν κέρδιζε κάποιος από τους άλλους τρειςΑπαντήστε00Μαχητρια4 ώ. πρινΟ χαζός εκτός το να τρέχει και να χρησιμοποιούν το υποχείριο του που θα την πετάξει σαν μασημένη τσίχλα μόλις βγουν. Κόρο και Ηλία ποτέ δεν θα μπορούσε να αγγίξει. Οι μεν έχουν αξιοπρέπεια όπως και ο ασημα αυτός δεν την συνάντησε ποτέ.Απαντήστε10Adblock test (Why?)

Η άχρηστη πληροφορία της ημέρας, 24/6/2021

ZOHAN1 ώ. πρινΗ "άχρηστη" πληροφορία της ημέρας σας, είναι πιο ενδιαφέρουσα από τις ειδήσεις σας για το Survivor! Πρόβατα!Απαντήστε00Αραχνη 4 ώ. πρινΥφαίνει τόν ιστό της μέ ένα λεπτό νήμα πού παράγεται από τούς νηματογόνους αδένες τής κοιλιάς της μέ αυτό τό δίχτυ συλλαμβάνει τά έντομα και απομυζά τά υγρά τού σώματος τους.Απαντήστε01Adblock test (Why?)

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Renovation Wave: cities and regions at the forefront of renovating the building stock

​​The upgrade of the energy performance of buildings is crucial to achieve the climate objectives of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030 ​ The path towards a decarbonised and clean energy system in Europe starts at the local and regional level. Buildings are one of the largest sources of energy consumption, and local and regional authorities play a key role in driving energy efficiency in this sector. For this reason, this first 2021 YEPs info session on the European Green Deal focused on the Renovation Wave, the new strategy of the EU to renovate the entire building stock and make it compatible with the climate goals. The session was organized in three main debates: - the first one on the objectives of the Renovation Wave and the CoR's work on the European Green Deal, - the second one presented the Covenant of Mayors initiative and its support to local and regional authorities, - and the third one focused on the financial tools at disposal to implement the renovation of buildings at local level. Rafał Trzaskowski (PL/EPP), President of the capital city of Warsaw, Climate Pact Ambassador, member of the Political Board of the Covenant of Mayors and rapporteur of the CoR opinion on the European Climate Pact shared Warsaw's experience in implementing the Renovation Wave. "Local and regional authorities play an essential role in making the green transition happen. It is us who implement 90% of climate adaptation measures and 70% of climate mitigation policies, so if the renovation wave does not happen at local and regional level, it will not happen at all. It is us who also have the highest level of people's trust. Therefore, we should lead by example in the renovation of public buildings like local administration buildings, hospitals, social housing and schools. But to be able to do so we need more tools and resources and a greater decentralization of the decision making processes" , said Mr Trzaskowski. Frédéric Boyer , Head of the European Office of the Covenant of Mayors, presented the Covenant of Mayors' initiative and stressed the need to consider local and regional authorities when drafting energy and climate EU legislation to ensure the success of its implementation. He encouraged the YEPs to join the Covenant and to be the drivers of the green transition in their cities and regions by starting to renovate public buildings. Marcin Idczak , from the European Investment Bank, Céline Tougeron, project coordinator at the European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA) and Francisco Gonçalves, coordinator of the European City Facility Initiative of Energy Cities, presented different programs and mechanisms to finance projects to upgrade and renovate buildings. Examples included the European Local Energy Assistance (ELENA), the Joint Assistance to Support Projects in European Regions (JASPERS) or the LIFE Clean Energy Transition sub-programme. Contact:David Crous / [email protected] Lopez Domenech / [email protected] ​​​ Adblock test (Why?)

Children’s rights in the EU are best promoted at local level

​​Jari Andersson, member of Sastamala City Council (FI/EPP) has drafted an opinion for the European Committee of the Regions on the EU strategy on the rights of the child and the European Child Guarantee. Mr Andersson's opinion was adopted on Wednesday at the meeting of the Commission for Social Policy, Education, Employment, Research and Culture (SEDEC) of the CoR. Last week, the Council of the EU adopted a recommendation on a European Child Guarantee to safeguard the right of all people under the age of 18 to early childhood education, education, healthcare, adequate nutrition and decent housing. The European Committee of the Regions, representing cities and regions in EU decision-making, stresses that local and regional authorities play an important role in providing basic services and combatting poverty and therefore the Commission and the Member States must ensure that all levels of government are involved in implementing the Child Guarantee. "Every child must have the right to an adequate standard of living and equal opportunities from an early age. Strengthening the socio-economic inclusion of children is essential to reduce poverty and disadvantage between generations. Regions, cities and municipalities have an important part to play in tackling child poverty and abuse and a crucial role in preventing exclusion," rapporteur Jari Andersson said. The opinion calls for specific measures to ensure access to quality education, including for children from more disadvantaged families. The European Commission and the Member States are urged to step up cooperation with local and regional authorities and to ensure that initiatives supporting the objectives of the EU strategy on the rights of the child and the European Child Guarantee are properly funded, particularly through the European Social Fund. In his opinion, the rapporteur Mr Andersson also stresses the need to ensure that children are able to participate in decisions affecting their lives and to be heard in a way that is appropriate to their age and maturity. The specific rights of children should also be safeguarded in the legal system and detention during migration procedures should only be used as a last resort in exceptional cases. The opinion is to be submitted for adoption at the CoR plenary session in October 2021. The SEDEC commission meeting also discussed the European Youth Capital initiative, the role of education and culture in strengthening European values and citizenship, and the European Platform on Combatting Homelessness launched by the European Commission in Lisbon on Monday 21 June. SEDEC Commission chair and member of Kerava City Council Anne Karjalainen (FI/PES) attended the launch event and signed the Declaration on Combatting Homelessness on behalf of the CoR. Mikko Aaltonen (FI/PES), Member of Tampere City Council, was appointed rapporteur for an upcoming CoR opinion on this topic.Contact:Lauri Ouvinen Tel. +32 [email protected] Adblock test (Why?)

Tourism in Montenegro will change because of the pandemic, Montenegrin local leaders say

​The pandemic's impact on tourism highlighted in meeting that also brings to the fore concerns about a loss of EU expertise and continued rule-of-law failings.Montenegro must overcome a period of political tension and administrative disruption and "do its homework" on issues related to the rule of law if it is to maintain the pace of its bid to join the European Union, local and regional leaders from Montenegro were told at a meeting and the European Committee of the Regions on 10 June.The meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee (JCC) of the European Committee of the Regions and Montenegro, which was created to support local authorities in Montenegro in their preparations for membership of the European Union, was held against a backdrop of significant political change and economic problems linked to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on Montenegro's tourism-based economy.Aleksandar Kašćelan, Co-Chair of the JCC Montenegro and mayor of Cetinje, said that the "most recent enlargement package showed that the EU's door is still open to Western Balkans countries", but – he continued – "the question remains how much of a priority the Western Balkans still is". He urged the EU "to directly support local and regional authorities in Montenegro, with thematic programmes focused on the needs of our communities".Vanja Starovlah of the Union of Municipalities of Montenegro said that "it is clear that local self-governments are in the shadow of other stakeholders" in the EU accession process, and urged the EU to support them "through special instruments" and to make "decentralisation [a] permanent dimension of EU support to the Western Balkans".Bojan Vujovićć, Montenegro's Deputy Chief Negotiator with the EU, underlined the country's commitment to EU membership, while Barbara Jesús-Gimeno of the European Commission noted that the "unprecedented change of the ruling majority" had been followed by a period of "political tension" that had led to boycotts of the Parliament. "It is now essential that all political forces, both at national and local levels, find a way to put differences aside and look for solutions to take Montenegro forward on its EU path," she said. She also stated that Montenegro's collaboration with the EU is currently being hampered by the loss of "a lot of EU expertise…through resignations and dismissals". Looking ahead, Ms Jesús-Gimeno said that the EU was "ready to expand" its cooperation with local authorities. Overall, Montenegro now needed to produce "concrete results in line with goal of EU membership", emphasising that progress on rule-of-law issues – such as media freedom, judicial reform, and the fight against corruption and organised crime – would "determine the pace" of Montenegro's accession. "The best way to convince EU member states" to advance membership talks is for countries in the Western Balkans "to do their homework".In a debate focused on coronavirus pandemic and its impact, Roberto Ciambetti (IT/ECR), President of the Veneto Regional Council and Co-Chair of the JCC Montenegro, said that the pandemic crisis had shown that economies heavily dependent on tourism – such as his region and Montenegro – would need to be "more creative". The pandemic had delayed plans to launch city partnerships and region-to-region collaboration between Montenegro and EU; the first practical steps are expected to be taken this year. Veneto remains interested in sharing its experience, he said, a point emphasised in a presentation made by the Veneto region's director of tourism, Mauro Giovanni Viti. Peer-to-peer cooperation between the local and regional authorities from the EU and those from Montenegro remains one of the most promising paths. Montenegrin local politicians underscored the dramatic impact of the pandemic on the economy as a whole and, in particular, on the mainstay of the economy, tourism. Mr Kašćelan said that tourism slumped by 55% in 2020, and said that tourism is not expected to return to 2019's record levels until 2026 at the earliest. Montenegrin delegates – including the deputy mayor of Podgorica, Slađana Vujačić, Petar Smolović, Mayor of Bijelo Polje, and Ranko Mišnić, Mayor of Mojkovac – said that they believe that Montenegro's tourism industry will need to change. They outlined a vision of a tourism sector that would draw on the country's full potential and seek to extend the tourism season. Such changes would expand tourism from the beaches to mountain regions and national parks, and develop rural tourism to complement the urban attractions of the country. Mr Smolović noted that even in June one of Montenegrin's peaks – Bobotov Kuk – has snow on it, underlining the potential for year-round tourism.Ms Jesús-Gimeno described Montenegro as the Western Balkan country worst affected by the pandemic. She said that, to support Montenegro in its response, the EU – "Montenegro's biggest donor, investor and trading partner" – had provided €53 million under the Instrument for Pre-accession Assistance, as well as €60m in macro-financial assistance. Montenegro has also received support from the EU Solidarity Fund and the European Emergency Crisis Response Mechanism.In October 2020, the European Commission unveiled an Economic Investment Plan for the Western Balkans that it hopes will lead to €9 billion in investment. The Economic Investment Plan forms part of a €14.2 bn package of funding for the region that the EU's member states and European Parliament approved on 2 June. ​​Adblock test (Why?)

Η άχρηστη πληροφορία της ημέρας, 23/6/2021

Ραδιοφωνο 11 ώ. πρινΓιά να πιάσουμε οποιαδήποτε ραδιοφωνική εκπομπή χρειάζεται ειδική κεραία λήψης η οποία συλλαμβάνει τά ηλεκτρικά κύματα τού σταθμού τά οποία και μετατρέπονται τελικά σέ ήχους.Απαντήστε00Adblock test (Why?)

The CoR and the Joint Research Centre step up their cooperation to pilot Smart Specialisation Strategies for Sustainability in EU regions

​​The EU’s pilot initiative “Smart Specialisation Strategies for Sustainability" (S4) was launched in Seville today by the President of the European Committee of the Regions (CoR), Apostolos Tzitzikostas, and the Director for Growth and Innovation of the European Commission's Joint Research Centre (JRC), Mikel Landabaso. The initiative represents a voluntary update to the Smart Specialisation Strategies, with a stronger focus on sustainability. The JRC and CoR will cooperate on the piloting of S4 methodology in more than ten regions in Europe.The CoR President's visit to the Joint Research Centre's premises in Seville this morning underlined the excellent collaboration between the two bodies, following the signature of a Joint Action Plan in November 2020. Key topics discussed included implementing Smart Specialisation Strategies for Sustainability as a key vehicle for the recovery, supporting cities and regions in the localisation of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and extending the so-called Sevilla Process – a co-creation approach developed by the JRC in the field of environmental norms for industry – to support the decarbonisation of European industry.Speaking from Seville, President Tzitzikostas also intervened in today's Knowledge Exchange Platform seminar focusing on the role of regions and cities in the European Research Area (ERA) and the opportunities arising from Horizon Europe. The event was organised in the context of the European Research and Innovation Days."The Joint Research Centre is the EU hub for excellence in science and innovation, our cooperation is already very effective and we will strengthen it in the future. Improved synergies between smart specialisation, cohesion policy and other EU programmes such as Horizon are needed to reinforce recovery, sustainable growth, digitalisation and job creation in regions and cities. Strong political leadership and a bottom-up and place-based approach are needed to ensure ownership in order deliver results on the ground. Co-funding from EU programmes such as Horizon has given a boost to regional research & innovation activities, bringing growth and jobs to regions and cities across Europe and solutions to our societal challenges. The Knowledge Exchange Platform is an important tool to improve access to excellence to all regions and a central initiative of our Joint Action Plan with Commissioner Mariya Gabriel's services'', President Tzitzikostas said.In a video message, Commissioner Mariya Gabriel said: "Regions and cities have an important role to play in the construction of a renewed and reinforced European Research Area. We also need their active engagement in Horizon Europe to tackle our global challenges together. The first event of the relaunched Knowledge Exchange Platform today will give us the opportunity to discuss how to contribute jointly to a green and sustainable Europe."More information:The JRC Smart Specialisation platform is one of the main policy tools for achieving Priority A. “No one left behind, evidence-based policymaking in the Regions” in the Joint Action Plan CoR – JRC. S4 builds on the Smart Specialisation framework prepared with regions in 2012. As emphasised in a joint workshop JRC – CoR held in April this year, Smart Specialisation will have a major role over the programming period 2021-2027, as a tool supporting research and innovation of all regions in Europe, and it will serve as a pivotal vehicle for recovery towards the new green and digital economy.The JRC and the CoR discussed how cities and local authorities can be better supported in their quest towards recovery and sustainability, including the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. They agreed to cooperate in providing local governments with knowledge and tangible methods to achieve the global goals, and in embedding local ownership of sustainability challenges and solutions. Another topic on the table was the Sevilla Process, which has contributed to the reduction of emissions and increased resource efficiency from over 52.000 large industrial installations across Europe. Made up of fact-based discussions in long and intense stakeholders meetings with Member States, industry, and environmental NGOs, the JRC is now discussing the possible use of this co-creation approach to assess the most promising breakthrough technologies for decarbonisation of energy-intensive industries.In November 2020, the CoR signed a Joint Action Plan with Commissioner Gabriel's services (DG EAC, DG RTD and JRC). It aims to provide regions and cities with the latest data and knowledge and to help them tackle innovation divide and brain drain, address educational inequalities and deliver EU's political priorities, such as the Green Deal. Aligning the Knowledge Exchange Platform (KEP) initiative with the priorities of the European Research Area (ERA) is key part of the Action Plan. The KEP 2.0 aims to assist cities and regions to become active drivers of change and innovation leaders, to valorise new knowledge created through Horizon Europe and to multiply the outreach of the ERA and bring its main concepts and messages closer to citizens. The CoR will participate in the mapping of knowledge ecosystems across the EU to form the ERA Hubs – structures bringing together regional stakeholders.Contact:Lauri OuvinenTel. +32 [email protected]​Adblock test (Why?)