Pan European Networks: Government27/06/13
The governments of the nation states of Europe and the European Commission are the central points of funding and assistance for all of the public sectors; including education, health, defence and transport to name but a few. How can they best evaluate projects and new research if they are unaware of the potential that Europe holds? It is crucial that the dissemination from each of the sectors reaches the correct people who ultimately have the power to allocate funding or formulate policy change.
Pan European Networks: Government has been designed specifically, with its extensive distribution, to make sure that the ‘people in the know’ remain ‘in the know’. We will showcase the latest political developments, policy changes and decisions that will impact at the operational level of local, regional, national and European government. This will help facilitate an easy dialogue between both the public and private sectors across Europe and in turn provide a platform in which leading figures from Europe can discuss and promote projects, funding opportunities, research, products and services.
Martin Schulz – President of the European Parliament
José Manuel Barroso – President of the European Commission (Barosso II Commission)
Olli Rehn – Vice-President of the European Commission and European Commissioner for Economic and Monetary Affairs and the Euro (Barosso II Commission)
Günther Oettinger – European Commissioner for Energy (Barosso II Commission)
Johannes Hahn – European Commissioner for Regional Policy (Barosso II Commission)
Connie Hedegaard – European Commissioner for Climate Action (Barosso II Commission)
Janez Potočnik – European Commissioner for the Environment (Barosso II Commission)
Dacian Cioloş – European Commissioner for Agriculture and Rural Development (Barosso II Commission)
Androulla Vassiliou – European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth (Barosso II Commission)