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Before the development of political institutions, flags representing Europe were limited to unification movements. The most popular were the flag of the European Movement (A large green letter “E” on a white background) and that of the Pan-European International Union. With the development of European bodies, other emblems and flags arrived in addition to that of the Council of Europe. None of them were intended to represent a wider Europe – with the exception of the Council – and they were eventually replaced by the current European flag.
The European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) was the first international organization that attempted to bring together the European states. It was promoted and encouraged as early as 1950 by the Frenchmen Robert Schuman, then French Foreign Minister, and Jean Monnet, negotiator appointed by the French government and later the first president of the High Authority (governing body) of the ECSC.
For its part, and in response to the omission of the symbols in the main text of the treaty, the European Parliament took the initiative by using them first, amending its rules of procedure in order to use the symbols more frequently. In the case of the motto, it was to be printed on all Parliament documents. The motto was to be printed on all Parliament documents.
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The school has an alternation model, but each family decides what is best for each of their children and enrolls them in the one that best suits them, being clear that when the alternation is over, all of them must return to the classroom.
8. If initially it is decided that the children will receive their classes virtually and as the days go by we as a family decide that we are going to send them to school to receive their classes in person or vice versa, what should we do?
You must write to the Cycle Formation Coordinator explaining the reasons for the change and she will escalate the request to the Alternation Committee. This must be done one week in advance.
For the presentiality the family must have sent to the school the authorization to resume educational services under the alternation model for 2021 and the student’s commitment to resume educational services under the alternation model, documents that were sent with the enrollment paperwork. The symptom survey must be filled out by the school’s APP at least one week before the start of attendance.
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The Committee of Governors (CoG) was created in 1964 to promote cooperation between the central banks of the Member States through consultations and exchanges of information on their monetary policies and related measures, with special interest in the credit, money and foreign exchange markets.
In 1990, the role of the Committee was strengthened within the framework of the first phase of Economic and Monetary Union. In addition to its responsibilities, it was given the task of coordinating monetary and exchange rate policies, which were considered essential for price stability and the smooth functioning of the European Monetary System.
The Committee’s meetings were usually held in Basel, at the headquarters of the Bank for International Settlements, which provided logistical and secretarial support. Several working groups were appointed to provide analytical expertise until 1990, when the Economic Unit was incorporated into the Secretariat, and the Monetary Policy Sub-Committee (MPSC), the Foreign Exchange Policy Sub-Committee (FXPSC) and the Banking Supervision Sub-Committee (BSSC) were established as formal sub-structures.
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The European Association of Aerospace Students (EUROAVIA) is a European student initiative that aims to be the link between industry and engineering students focused on the aerospace sector. EUROAVIA was founded in 1959 under Dutch law and today, the association is composed of 43 local groups in 17 European countries, totaling approximately 3000 members.
The aim of all actions undertaken in EUROAVIA is to strengthen the connection between students and the aerospace industry, as well as to stimulate cultural exchange. At the same time, the association wants to produce a greater awareness of the potential of European students and thus represent them on an international level.
“Countries cannot provide, on their own, the necessary foundations to enhance the development of the astronautics and aerospace industries in the future. It is therefore imperative to solve the major problems and challenges together, through cooperation between civilian and military organizations of the government and the Armed Forces, as well as to improve research in European universities.”