politjobs job alert EU 2017-20 – Back to Brexit
Whilst Emmanuel Macron’s election as French president is of great relief to Brussels, interest returns to Brexit and how it can be handled. With Article 50 finally triggered, and task forces in place on both sides, the devil in the detail starts to reveal itself. With a recent court ruling that all trade agreements with the UK will need approval by national and regional parliaments, fond memories of Wallonia’s war against CETA emerge.
A more positive aspect from an EU perspective: if the European Medicines Agency moves from London to Strasbourg, the European Parliament could finally stop its monthly travels – saving huge amounts of time and money. Britain, on the other hand, is now unhappily realising that it might still have to pay into the pension funds for EU officials – current EU view: a treaty is a treaty, with all entitlements and duties that have been signed.
What is becoming very clear: making this a friendly divorce will be very difficult and demanding to all sides. But things could be worse: in the meantime, we are watching Trump’s revelations to Russia with worry and amusement – and hope that we will soon be able to use our laptops on flights to the US again.
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Key responsibilities: Assist on-going projects and participate in their development; Manage the Club of Rome website and social media; Respond to enquiries from external individuals and organizations; Support the organization of meetings, conferences and events in Switzerland and abroad, such as the Club of Rome Annual Global Meeting; Contribute to production and distribution of publications including news releases, conference materials, presentations, and annual reports; Assist financial reporting and administrative tasks (…)
Main Responsibilities: The EU Public Affairs intern will support the EU Public Affairs and Communication team (team of 8) on various tasks, covering but not limited to: Preparation of meetings, events, presentations, etc.; Research and analysis on a range of policy topics; Monitoring international, EU and National ICT policy development; Web communication and social media campaigns and implementation of web content strategy; Media monitoring, organization and maintenance of a database; Administrative support to Huawei team and internal communications (…)
GIZ has been supporting economic and social development and reconstruction in Tajikistan since 1995. On behalf of the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), GIZ is implementing the programme ‚Towards Rural Inclusive Growth and Economic Resilience (TRIGGER)‘. The programme’s goal is to improve the competitiveness and increase the income and economic performance of enterprises and small producers in order to contribute to sustainable economic development in the country (…)
The project focuses on co-creative processes linking actors across the policymaking, civil society, scientific and private sectors. The aim of the project is to learn more about already existing co-creation practices and to discuss whether and how this approach could be integrated in the field of policy-advice and policymaking (…)
Main Responsibilities: Provide direct support to the EU representative and the EU team; Monitor EU policy developments on child rights, social policy, development cooperation and humanitarian aid, and provide timely updates to the team; Collect, screen and summarise advocacy-relevant information in the area of public policy and children’s rights; Draft reports, briefings, articles and other papers on EU issues for an internal audience; Provide support for the organisation of meetings, seminars and other events; Other tasks as may be assigned by the supervisor (…)
The EU Public Affairs Manager of our leading European Association will take on a challenging and exciting position that combines strategic thinking and practical actions to shape the future of an innovative sector. He/she will contribute to the grand societal challenges of our times. Our sector, its eco-system and therefore CECIMO are evolving drastically and he/she will get the opportunity to be part in shaping the strategy of CECIMO to be a front-line player. We need an experienced advisor who thinks out of the box and responds quickly to the new trends for our industry (…)
Tasks: Developing, coordinating and managing the EGP public campaign activities, especially the ongoing Fossil Fuel Divestment Campaign with pan-European activities of the EGP member parties on this topic; Developing, setting up and being in charge of a transnational network of individual EGP supporters and Green-minded activists; Conceptual development and assistance in working on long-term campaign strategies; Providing support to the EGP member parties in both generic and specific campaign issues; Developing common campaign features for the European Green member parties, including social media features, formats and materials for effective European-wide campaigning (…)