Other European Organizations in Strasbourg

 
 
 
 
  • Information Center on European Institutions (CIIE)
The CIIE is a member of the Europe Direct Network, the official information network of the European Commission. It aims to provide information to the general public, as well as to those seeking more specialized information on current EU policies and on the functioning of EU institutions.
For more information
 
  • Euro-Info Center
The Euro-Info Center (EIC) is hosted by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Strasbourg and the Bas-Rhin, whose main purpose is to support the development and promotion of industrial and commercial enterprises and the service sector.
The EIC provides specialized information and advisory services on EU matters. Its main objective is to support the development of enterprises on the European market through a better knowledge of EU regulations and increased access to financial sources and programs offered by the EU.
For more information(fr)
 
  • MEDIA Antenna
The MEDIA Antenna, based on a convention with the European Commission, is under the direct control of the Urban Community of Strasbourg. It aims to strengthen the European dimension of the audiovisual industry through different measures such as the support of film festivals and events, direct assistance and information on financial support available for the development of production projects (e.g. MEDIA programme).
For more information(fr)
 
  • European Documentation Centers (EDC)
The main aims of the network of European Documentation Centres are to help universities and research institutes promote and develop education and research on European integration, to encourage them to take part in the debate on Europe and to make Europe more transparent by helping ordinary citizens to learn about the Union's policies.
EDC in the IHEE(fr)
EDC in the ENA
 
 
 
  • Eurocorps
The Eurocorps was created in 1993 by a Franco-German initiative. It aims to strengthen the ties between European countries in matters of cooperation, security and defense. The Eurocorps is prepared to carry out humanitarian aid missions, peacekeeping missions and common defense missions.
The Eurocorps is not a direct body of the European Union: only five EU countries (Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg and Spain) are members.
For more information
 
  • Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine
Created in 1816, the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine is in charge of ensuring the safety and the prosperity of navigation on the Rhine.
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  • European Science Foundation
The European Science Foundation is a non-governmental, non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote high-level science at a European level, to forge and to consolidate collaborative research between scientists and research funding agencies in certain domains (as diverse as neurobiology and medieval history), and to analyze questions of political science and research to propose solutions.
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  • The European Cultural Channel ARTE
ARTE, established in 1991, is an European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG), financed by a license fee collected in France and in Germany. The purpose of ARTE is to promote and broadcast cultural and international programs in the hope of creating a better understanding among Europeans.
For more information(fr)
 
  • Assembly of European Regions
Created in 1985, the Assembly of European Regions (AER) currently has members from 30 countries. The aim of the AER is to promote regional democracy and solidarity and to forge the development of interregional cooperation in Europe.
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  • The Institute of High European Studies
The Institute studies European issues from a political, institutional, economic and historical point of view.
For more information(fr)
 
 
 
  • Infobest Kehl-Strasbourg
The main objective of this body is to provide information and advice to citizens, companies, administrative bodies and associations on a wide range of topics with cross-border relevance and, furthermore, to promote regional initiatives in matters of cross-frontier cooperation.
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  • Euro-Info-Consumers
The main purpose of this organization is to provide legal information and advice to French and German consumers on European legislation in matters of consumption. It promotes awareness of new consumer rights in the EU and can help consumers to solve cross-border disputes out of court.
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  • Euro-Institute
The main objective of the Euro-Institute is to promote cross-border cooperation via continuous education, research and advice so as to improve the efficiency of cross-frontier projects.
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The "Eurorepertoire", published for the first time in 1997, currently indexes 147 European or international institutions and bodies in the Upper Rhine area.

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    • 1 october 2016

      Cyprus National Holiday

    • Cyprus had been occupied for 800 years when it gained its independence from Britain in 1960 after a 5-year armed struggle.
      England, Greece and Turkey met in Zurich in February 1959 and signed accords that established the Republic of Cyprus.
      The Cypriot government chose the 1st of October to celebrate the beginning its independence.
    • 3 october 2016

      The German National Holiday

    • October 3rd is associated with the day of German Unity, which symbolizes the unification in 1990 of the two Germanys that had existed since 1945.
      The Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany) and the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) joined together to form a single state under the Treaty that was signed on October 3rd 1990.
      The Day of German Unity is celebrated in a different city each year, but there are celebrations that occur every year in front of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.
    • 10 october 2016

      European Day against Death Penalty

    • The Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe decided on 26 September 2007, to declare a ''European Day against the Death Penalty,'' which is held annually on 10 October. The Council of Europe has been a pioneer in the abolition process which has made Europe a de facto death-penalty-free zone since 1997. The day is a European contribution to the World Day against the Death Penalty, which is held annually on the same day.