The European Commission is taking action to give young people all possible opportunities to develop their full potential to shape the future of the EU, and thrive in the green and digital transitions. The coronavirus pandemic has emphasised the often difficult start many young people face in the labour market. We need to act fast. Now is the time to direct our attention towards the next generation.
Evropska komisija preduzima mjere da mladim ljudima pruži sve moguće prilike da razviju svoj puni potencijal da oblikuju budućnost u EU, i da se razvijaju u zelenoj i digitalnoj tranziciji. Pandemija koronavirusa naglasila je često težak početak s kojim se mnogi mladi suočavaju na tržištu rada. Moramo brzo da djelujemo. Sada je vrijeme da svoju pažnju usmjerimo ka sledećoj generaciji.
Today, as part of the EU's global response to the coronavirus outbreak, the EU - through its Emergency Trust Fund for Africa (EUTF) - has adopted a new assistance package to protect migrants, stabilise local communities and respond to COVID-19 in North Africa. This package includes €80 million in new funds as well as €30 million reallocated from non-contracted actions under the EUTF.
The Open Conference "Media 2020: Updates" will take place on July, 7 from 2:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. (Moscow time) in Zoom.
Experts will discuss what the media will look like in a year, two, ten years and what happens to them today (especially during the infodemic), as well as what new formats are available (telegram channels, podcasts, small media). They will also talk about VR technologies, deep fakes and the development of media literacy in Russia and abroad, inviting 7 projects from Russia and abroad.