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          #bulgaria - xingelnakaya      Cache   Translate Page      
Really surprised this morning. Someone. I thought I met them again. Be security conscience. #france #uk #belarus #spain #germany #estonia #latvia #hungary #snypechat #bulgaria #belgium #ireland #greece #romania #lithuania #luxembourg #sweden #europe #slovenia #portugal #netherlands #italy #austria #england #denmark #cyprus #czechrepublic #finland #slovakia #russsia
          Les Nabis et le décor, l'exposition au Musée du Luxembourg      Cache   Translate Page      
Le Musée du Luxembourg consacre une exposition à l'art décoratif nabi, mouvement postimpressionniste d'avant-garde, né en marge de la peinture académique, du 13 mars au 30 juin 2019.
          2018-12-08 - Träipenowend zu Reckeng/Mess (RECKANGE-SUR-MESS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Centre Culturel am Pëtzenhaus (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, RECKANGE-SUR-MESS)
Date: 2018-12-08
Horaire: 18:00 - 23:45

 

          2018-12-09 - Concert am Advent (MERTERT)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Eglise de Mertert (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MERTERT)
Date: 2018-12-09
Horaire: 17:00 - 19:30

Concert à l'avent dans l'église paroissalle de Mertert dimanche le 9 décembre 2018 à 17h00 avec la Chorale Mixte Mertert et le Quintette "Cäcilia Brass". 
 

          2018-12-11 - Photoreportage: Äisbieren an hier Umwelt am Klimawandel (TETANGE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Centre culturel 'Schungfabrik' (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, TETANGE)
Date: 2018-12-11
Horaire: 19:30 - 21:00

Ours polaires et leur environnement au rythme du changement climatique. Un voyage photographique commenté en Arctique (Svalbard).
 

          2018-12-13 - Xmas Special of Luxembourg Comedy Showcase (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Restaurant-cafe Marionnette (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2018-12-13
Horaire: 20:15 - 22:00

 

          2018-12-14 - 2019-01-19 - "Luxemburger Porträts 2018", 3. Edition fotografiert von Marc Wilwert, im Auftrag der Galerie Clairefontaine zum 30. Jubiläum (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Galerie Clairefontaine Espace 2 (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2018-12-14 - 2019-01-19

Luxemburger Porträts 2018
Bereits zum dritten Mal haben es alle gewagt, bei diesem Langzeit-Projekt mitzumachen.
1997 waren insgesamt 62 Luxemburger bereit gewesen,
sich von der gigantischen "Polaroid-Kamera", der einzigen in Europa,
von Uwe Laysiepen ablichten zu lassen.
2002 baten wir dieselben Personen vor die Linse
des international bekannten Künstlerduos Daniel & Geo Fuchs.
Die diesjährige dritte Edition der Luxemburger Porträts 2018
mit dem Luxemburger Fotografen Marc Wilwert erscheint anlässlich
des 30. Jubiläums der Galerie Clairefontaine.

Wir laden Sie herzlich ein, das 30. Jubiläum der Galerie Clairefontaine am 14. Dezember 2018
von 18.00 bis 21.00 Uhr im Espace 2 mit uns zu feiern.
Während der Vernissage der Luxemburger Porträts wird die diesjährige dritte Edition des Buches vorgestellt.

Die drei Bücher der "Luxemburger Porträts" sind in der Galerie Clairefontaine erhältlich.

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You are welcome to the celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Gallery Clairefontaine.
Please join us for the book release of the 3rd Edition
and the exhibition of the Luxembourg Portraits
on December 14th, 2018, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Espace 2.
14.11.2018 - 19.01.2019 ESPACE 2

The three books of the "Luxembourg Portraits" are available at Gallery Clairefontaine.
 

          2018-12-14 - 2018-12-16 - Den Oslo Syndrom (GARNICH)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Veräinshaus / Centre culturel de Garnich (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, GARNICH)
Date: 2018-12-14 - 2018-12-16
Horaire: 20:00 - 23:00

 

          2018-12-22 - Concert de Gala de l'Harmonie Municipale de Pétange (PETANGE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Centre Sportif 'Bim Diederich' (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, PETANGE)
Date: 2018-12-22
Horaire: 20:00 - 22:30

L'Harmonie Municipale de Pétange vous invite à son Concert de Gala, Samedi, le 22.12.2018 à 20h00 au Centre Sportif 'Bim Diederich' à Pétange.

Direction:            David ASCANI.

Entrée:                Adultes:   10 -  enfants/étudiants:  5
Prévente:            Adultes:   8 -   enfants/étudiants:  3

Prévente billets d'entrée:    'hmp@pt.lu' ou via GSM +352 661 507 745
 
 

          2018-12-24 - Messe de Minuit à St.Michel (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Eglise St.Michel, Luxembourg (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2018-12-24
Horaire: 23:30 - 01:15

Messe de Minuit 2018 à St.Michel

Luxembourg. Le lundi  24 décembre à 24.00 en l'église St.Michel du Marché-aux-Poissons, la Chorale Saint-Michel invite à sa 51e Messe de Minuit.  Sous la direction de Gerry Welter: Leni Fischer, Joëlle Wiseler, Jeff Mack et Franz Schilling, l'orchestre "Estro Armonico" , l'organiste Stefanie Duprel et la Chorale Saint-Michel interpréteront e.a.
 la Missa in G  (KV 140) de MOZART.
A partir de 23.30 Stefanie Duprel jouera  aux Grandes Orgues des morceaux appropriés.  
 

          2018-12-25 - Icebreaker (HERBORN)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: HIERBER SCHEIER (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, HERBORN)
Date: 2018-12-25
Horaire: 09:00 - 03:00

 

          2018-12-28 - ELSIC AG (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Forum Geesseknäppchen (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2018-12-28
Horaire: 17:00 - 18:30


>>> RDV à 17:00 au Forum (Geeseknäppchen) dans la salle RS-7 <<< 

Chaque étudiant luxembourgeois faisant des études dans le domaine de la communication est le bienvenu ! Fait connaissance avec le comité et constate tout ce qu'on a mis en place cette année. Participez aux projets et élisez les membres du comité de 2019. Après on boira évidemment un verre pour célébrer le nouveau comité !

Devenez aussi membre de l'ELSIC :)
https://elsic.lu/member-ginn/

En cas de questions, contactez-nous via FB-Messenger ou via mail info@elsic.lu
 
 

          2018-12-31 - 2019-01-01 - Réveillon de la St Sylvestre (ASSELBORN)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Domaine du Moulin d'Asselborn (Luxembourg, Nord / Norden, ASSELBORN)
Date: 2018-12-31 - 2019-01-01
Horaire: 18:00 - 03:00
... Autres Infos

SOIREE DE FETE

Menu de St Sylvestre*
Petit déjeuner
Brunch
Animation musicale
Feu d'artifice

379,00 pour 2 personnes

*Supplément de 35,00/pers pour la sélection de vin

MENU DE ST SYLVESTRE

Mises en Bouche
??
Pressé de Foie Gras de Canard aux Pommes
Brioche Maison et Confit d'Oignons
??
Tartare de Homard et d'Ecrevisses, Galette de Riz Safrané et Mousseline de Crémant
??
Granité aux Framboises, Tomates, Basilic
??
Médaillon de Biche aux Champignon des Bois, Pommes Amandines, Poires et Airelles
??
Croustillant de Camembert au Cassis
??
Mousse aux Marrons et Chocolat Blanc
Crumble au Pralin et Orange


110,00 /pers

Supplément de 35,00 / pers pour la sélection de vin
 
 

          2019-01-04 - Concert de Nouvel An (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: CASINO 2OOO (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-01-04
Horaire: 20:00 - 23:00

 

          2019-01-09 - Changer le monde, c'est possible (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Couvent des Soeurs Franciscaines (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-09
Horaire: 19:00 - 20:30

Face à un monde du travail en mutation, il est de notre responsabilité de remettre du sens à nos gestes et de cultiver la bienveillance pour nous-même comme pour autrui.
Et si l'écoute et la connaissance de soi étaient la clé ? Et si une autre dimension s'ouvrait à nous ?
Virginie STEVENS est spécialiste du deuil et de la prévention des risques psychosociaux. Elle accompagne depuis plus de vingt ans les individus comme les entreprises à fonctionner dans le respect de l'être humain.
Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages, elle est également créatrice du jeu « KESKONFAISI ? » primé par le gouvernement luxembourgeois.

 
 

          2019-01-10 - 2019-02-03 - Biedermann und die Brandstifter (BETTEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Château de Bettembourg (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, BETTEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-10 - 2019-02-03
Horaire: 20:00 - 22:30
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Biedermann hat wohl von Brandlegungen in seiner Stadt gehört, regt sich auch mächtig an seinem Stammtisch darüber auf, verlangt sogar solches Gesindel von Brandstiftern an die Wand zu stellen. Doch dann erscheint, völlig unerwartet, der ehemalige Ringer Schmitz bei ihm mit der Bitte um vorrübergehende Aufnahme in seinem Haus. Eigentlich deutet alles darauf hin, dass es sich um einen der gesuchten Brandstifter handelt. Dennoch nimmt Biedermann ihn, in verzweifelter Hoffnung hierdurch verschont zu bleiben, bei sich auf. Als sich bald danach mit dem ehemaligem Kellner Eisenring ein weiterer illustrer
Geselle einnistet, wird die Lage prekärer, da die Beiden in Biedermanns Haus eindeutige Vorbereitungen auf weitere Brandstiftungen tätigen. Auch geben sie sich kaum Mühe dieses zu verbergen. Auf Nachfragen Biedermanns leugnen sie ihr Vorhaben keineswegs. Doch der stellt sich weiterhin naiv, als wolle er die immer eindeutig sich zeigende Gefahr
nicht erkennen.
Max Fris...
 

          2019-01-10 - 2019-01-24 - Un pullover - mon alter ego (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-10 - 2019-01-24
Horaire: 19:30 - 21:30

Atelier de transformation de pulls et textiles avec Laure Faber, www.woolINSPIRES.com

Proposé dans le cadre de l'exposition de Nicolas Clément et Barbara Massart à la BlackBox du Casino.

Les participants sont priés d'apporter un vieux pull, fait main ou acheté, qu'ils aiment beaucoup, mais qui est trop vieux et usé pour être porté. Ou bien un de ces pulls qu'on a acheté mais jamais mis pour des tas de raisons : pas flatteur, la couleur n'étant pas la bonne, trop long, trop court, etc.

Inspiré par la démarche et la liberté d'expression de l'artiste Barbara Massart, l'atelier propose de pénétrer « dans le vif » de ce pull pour, le défaire, le transformer, le réassembler, bref en faire autre chose.

Le workshop s'adresse à toute personne sachant tricoter, coudre, aimant travailler avec des textiles (lainages) ou simplement curieuse d'expérimenter. N'hésitez pas à apporter votre propre matériel (boutons, rubans, laines, etc.) qui pourra vo...
 

          2019-01-13 - Ensemble à Plectre Municipal Esch/Alzette - Concert de Nouvel An 2019 (ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Eglise décanale St-Joseph Esch/Alzette (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, ESCH-SUR-ALZETTE)
Date: 2019-01-13
Horaire: 17:00

Concert de Nouvel An 

Direction: Juan Carlos Muñoz
Soliste: Daniel Gruselle - bandonéon

Oeuvres de: Manente, Kuwahara, Piazzolla,...

Entrée libre
Corbeille à la sortie

Vin d'honneur après le concert
 

          2019-01-19 - 2019-01-29 - MusExplore - La broderie (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Musée Dräi Eechelen: Forteresse, Histoire, Identités (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-19 - 2019-01-29
Horaire: 14:30 - 16:30

MusExplore

Cet atelier autour d'un thème mensuel propose une découverte du MNHA et du Musée Dräi Eechelen pour les enfants de 6 à 12 ans.

L'introduction théorique du thème et la mise en contexte historique de l'?"uvre ou de l'objet seront suivies d'un atelier pratique où les enfants explorent les différentes techniques utilisées par les artistes ou les artisans en question. L'atelier donne à chaque participant l'occasion unique de toucher à ce savoir-faire technique qui est représenté par nos collections exposées au musée.

Thème du mois janvier: la broderie
 
 

          2019-01-21 - Visite guidée pour le corps enseignant (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-21
Horaire: 18:00 - 19:00

La visite commentée pour le corps enseignant de l'exposition en cours a pour but d'informer sur le déroulement des visites et ateliers du programme SCOL'ART en dialogue avec les enseignants présents. Elle est suivie par un verre de l'amitié lors duquel les enseignants ont l'occasion de poser des questions sur les activités pédagogiques du Casino Luxembourg.

Sur inscription :
T. (+352) 22 50 45
visites@casino-luxembourg.lu
Programme scolaire complet sur www.casino-luxembourg.lu (rubrique « Scolaire »).
 

          2019-01-24 - Concert : Then and there - here and now, Chanticleer (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-24
Horaire: 20:00 (Horaire)

Jeudi, le 24 janvier 2019 à 20h00 
Auditorium of the Conservatoire
 

Organisation: Les Amis du Chant, Luxembourg

 

Then and there - here and now

Concert vocal exceptionnel par l'ensemble vocal californien « Chanticleer »


Pour clôturer l'année de leur 40e anniversaire, les « Les Amis du Chant, Luxembourg » invitent au concert vocal exceptionnel qui sera donné par le célèbre ensemble californien « Chanticleer » (the singing orchestra) jeudi, le 24 janvier 2019 à 20:00 heures à l'auditorium du Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg. Tout au long du programme « Then and there - here and now » les douze chanteurs exceptionnels interpréteront des favoris de longue date de l'ensemble, favoris parmi lesquels figurent des ?"uvres de G. P. da Palestrina, J. Arcadelt, R. Strauss, S. Stucky, M. Bates ainsi que des arrangements de E. Price, K. Shaw, H. Frommermann et J. Jennings.
 

          2019-01-25 - 2019-01-27 - Cabaret Getuddels a Gespruddels (BURMERANGE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Centre Maus Ketti (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, BURMERANGE)
Date: 2019-01-25 - 2019-01-27
Horaire: 20:00
... Autres Infos

 

          2019-01-30 - Philippe Hamelin - Carnations (LUXEMBOURG)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Casino Luxembourg - Forum d'art contemporain (Luxembourg, Centre / Zentrum, LUXEMBOURG)
Date: 2019-01-30

Exposition à la BlackBox du Casino Luxembourg 

Carnations de Philippe Hamelin (vit et travaille à Montréal) regroupe une suite d'animations de synthèse réalisées depuis 2012 à travers lesquelles l'artiste interroge la relation ambiguë entre le réel, le vivant et le numériquement construit. Des modélisations texturées de la forme humaine ou animale, parfois interrompues par des formes géométriques ou par des scènes captées par vidéo, créent des univers d'une inquiétante étrangeté. Il en émane des expériences dont la qualité affective est à la fois intime et extérieure.

Les animations de Philippe Hamelin sont comme autant d'espaces seuils où les images produites et les processus dont nous sommes témoins interrogent leur statut et où l'identification à la fois physique et psychique se dénoue et se reforme.
 

          2019-02-04 - Kino a Kuch mat Mary Poppins's Rückkehr - to be confirmed (GREVENMACHER)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Kulturhuef Kino Grevenmacher (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, GREVENMACHER)
Date: 2019-02-04
Horaire: 14:00 - 16:00

Toutes les semaines, un programme des nouveaux films à l'affiche est présenté dans la salle. Elle est équipée de 78 sièges confortables et de deux emplacements pour handicapés.
 

          OTP Bank România şi Eurobank Fund Management Luxembourg au încheiat un acord pentru distribuția fondurilor de investiții în România      Cache   Translate Page      

Sursa: Financiarul.ro.

OTP Bank România a încheiat un parteneriat cu Eurobank Fund Management Company (Luxemburg) pentru distribuția fondurilor de investiții în România. Astfel, începând cu 1 decembrie, OTP Bank Romania devine distribuitor și agent de plată în România pentru fondurile mutuale de investiții administrate de compania Eurobank Fund Management. „Parteneriatul cu Eurobank Fund Management Company este o […]


          2019-03-29 - 2019-03-31 - Pièce de théâtre (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Mondorf-les-Bains Bierger- a Kulturhaus (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-03-29 - 2019-03-31
Horaire: 20:00
... Autres Infos

 

          2019-04-05 - Concert de Gala (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: CASINO 2OOO (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-04-05
Horaire: 20:00

 

          2019-05-05 - Mullerthal Trail Season Opening 2019 (CONSDORF)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Tourist Info Consdorf (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, CONSDORF)
Date: 2019-05-05
Horaire: 09:00 - 17:00

Mullerthal Trail Season Opening - Lancement de la saison de randonnée 2019

Comme les années passées, le lancement de la nouvelle saison de randonnée se fait par l'événement Mullerthal Trail Season Opening, le dimanche 5 mai à Consdorf.
Des randonnées en étoile sont organisées à 9h à partir de différents points de départ. Les randonneurs sont accompagnés par des guides officiels de l'Office Régional du Tourisme de la Région Mullerthal.

Plus d'informations suivent!
 

          2019-05-25 - SCHLECK GRAN FONDO (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Mondorf-les-Bains - place des Villes jumelées (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-05-25
Horaire: 07:00

 

          2019-06-02 - Fête Portugaise (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Centre Sportif Roll Delles (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-06-02
Horaire: 11:00

 

          2019-06-08 - Nuit du Sport (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Avenue des Villes Jumelées (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-06-08
Horaire: 15:00 - 23:00

 

          La propriété intellectuelle au Luxembourg 2018-2019      Cache   Translate Page      

En savoir plus
Auteur : Thierry Bovier, Pierre Kihn, Bernard David, Olivier Laidebeur
Editeur : Promoculture / Vademecum
85,00 €

          2019-06-30 - Marché du Monde (DUDELANGE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: opderschmelz - Centre culturel régional Dudelange (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, DUDELANGE)
Date: 2019-06-30

 

          Transfer pricing in Luxembourg      Cache   Translate Page      

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Auteur : Oliver R. Hoor
Editeur : LEGITECH / Précis
85,00 €

          Relations collectives de travail au Luxembourg       Cache   Translate Page      

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Auteur : Guy Castegnaro
Editeur : LEGITECH / Manuels
90,00 €

          Logistique et transport en droit luxembourgeois de l'Union européenne et comparé France Luxembourg      Cache   Translate Page      

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Auteur : Collectif
Editeur : LEGITECH / Collégiales du droit
90,00 €

          Droit de la concurrence luxembourgeois      Cache   Translate Page      

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Auteur : Collectif
Editeur : LEGITECH / Collégiales du droit
90,00 €

          Luxembourg business law book 2014       Cache   Translate Page      

En savoir plus
Auteur : Collectif
Editeur : LEGITECH / Code
100,00 €

          Code civil luxembourgeois      Cache   Translate Page      

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Auteur : Collectif
Editeur : LEGITECH / Code
80,00 €

          Code des sociétés luxembourgeois      Cache   Translate Page      

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Auteur : Collectif
Editeur : LEGITECH / Code
115,00 €

          2019-10-05 - 2019-10-06 - Fête des Cultures (DUDELANGE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: opderschmelz - Centre culturel régional Dudelange (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, DUDELANGE)
Date: 2019-10-05 - 2019-10-06

 

          2019-10-18 - Salon Art et Création (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Biergerkulturhaus (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-10-18

 

          Litigation Senior Associate - Cornwall Executive Recruitment - Cornwall      Cache   Translate Page      
Central London, Cornwall, Devon, Wales, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Cayman, BVI, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town, Amsterdam, Luxembourg &amp; Dubai....
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          2019-12-14 - HaFoSud - Wanter-Gala (DUDELANGE)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: opderschmelz - Centre culturel régional Dudelange (Luxembourg, Sud / Süden, DUDELANGE)
Date: 2019-12-14
Horaire: 19:30 (Caisse du soir à partir de 19:00 hrs)

 

          2019-12-22 - Cyclo-cross Munnerefer Velosfrënn (MONDORF-LES-BAINS)      Cache   Translate Page      
Lieu: Stade de foot John Grün, Mondorf-les-Bains (Luxembourg, Est / Osten, MONDORF-LES-BAINS)
Date: 2019-12-22

 

          531579-2018: Luxembourg-Luxembourg: BEI - Prestation de services concernant la gestion de voyages pour le groupe BEI      Cache   Translate Page      
Date de publication: 04/12/2018 | Date limite: | Document: Avis d'attribution de marché
          EU adopts plan on bank money laundering, may delay reforms      Cache   Translate Page      
European Union finance ministers on Tuesday adopted a plan to enhance the bloc's defences against money laundering at banks, but the move could slow a legislative reform on banking supervision. The action plan is meant to be the EU response to high-profile cases of alleged money laundering at banks in several EU states, including Denmark, Estonia, Latvia, Luxembourg, Malta, Spain, the Netherlands, Britain and Cyprus. Ministers agreed there was a "need to strengthen the effectiveness of the current framework" to counter money laundering, and proposed some non-legislative actions to implement in coming months. But the plan did not include any recommendation for legislative changes. Nor did it address calls from the European Central Bank to set up an EU-wide agency to counter money laundering. The plan could also delay proposed reforms of money-laundering supervision from the European Commission in September, because ministers first want to assess the recent cases of financial
          Weniger Briefe, mehr Pakete      Cache   Translate Page      

Allzu konkret wurde der Regulator ILR ( »Institut Luxembourgeois de Régulation« ) gestern bei der Zusammenfassung zum Postmarkt bei Briefen und Paketen bis 31,5 kg nicht. Es sei ihm nicht erlaubt mitzuteilen, wer genau welchen Anteil habe, denn das gehöre zu den Geschäftsgeheimnissen. Es ist also lustiges Räteraten angesagt. Der Umsatz nahm 2017 gegenüber dem Vorjahr insgesamt um 0,7% auf 167,26 Mio. zu. 117,97 Mio. entfallen da auf die Briefpost (-1,3%). Zu diesem Preis wurden insgesamt 185,6 (...)

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          Displacement Sensors Market Report 2017 - 2025: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast      Cache   Translate Page      

Latest Market Research Study on "Displacement Sensors Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2025"

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/04/2018 -- Global Displacement Sensors Market: Overview

Displacement sensors are also known as displacement gauges which are used to measure the travel range between the object's current position and its reference point. These are used for dimension measurement to determine an object's thickness, height, and width. The displacement sensors work in two different ways include non-contact measurement using the magnetic field, light or sound waves and in direct contact with an object. There are various applications such as detection of stacked printed circuit boards (PCB), positioning of electronics components on the PCB during manufacturing and many others wherein the displacement sensors are used.

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Global Displacement Sensors Market: Dynamics

The key factors which drive primarily the growth of the global displacement sensors market are significantly increasing industrial automation along with growing electronics industry due to robust growth in the demand for smartphone and other electronic products over the forecast period. Rising demand for non-contact sensing technology in automotive industry fuels the global displacement sensors over the forecast period. Furthermore, robust growth in construction industry along with food and beverages industry are the major factors which drive the global displacement sensors market due to its high usage for supervision in various construction projects and in the packaging of products respectively. Additionally, high product innovation in displacement sensors such as compact and robust design from key manufacturers leads the global displacement sensors market towards significant growth over the forecast period. The key factors such as high development and installation cost and high labor cost in North America region hinder the growth of global displacement sensors market over the forecast period.

Global Displacement Sensors Market: Segmentation

Global displacement sensors market is segmented by technology type, measurement type, product type, end-use industry, and region type.

Based on the technology type, global displacement sensors market is classified into followings:

Laser
LVDT
Inductive
Optical
Eddy-current
Confocal
Capacitive
Magnetic
Potentiometer
Mechanical
Others

Based on the measurement type, global displacement sensors market is classified into followings:

Non-contact
Contact

Based on the product type, global displacement sensors market is classified into followings:

Linear
Angular
Others

Based on the end-use industry, global displacement sensors market is classified into followings:

Automotive
Food and Beverages
Cosmetics
Electricals and Electronics
Retail and Consumer Goods
Packaging
Construction

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Global Displacement Sensors Market: Segmentation Overview

Among above mentioned end-use industry, electrical and electronics segment, as well as automotive industry, are anticipated to uplift the global displacement sensors market over the forecast period due to the significant usage of displacement sensors in the assembly of electronics components. Additionally, among the above-mentioned measurement type, the non-contact segment is estimated to witness the rapid growth rate in the global displacement sensors market due to its growing demand for industrial automation.

Global Displacement Sensors Market: Regional Outlook

Based on geographies, the global displacement sensors market is classified into seven regions such as Western Europe, North America, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Asia Pacific excluding Japan, Japan and the Middle East and Africa. Among above-mentioned regions, North America accounts high market share in the global displacement sensors market over the forecast period, attributed to growing innovation such as displacement sensors with laser technology across the region followed by Western Europe. Asia Pacific excluding Japan is anticipated to showcase a significant growth in the global displacement sensors market over the forecast period, owing to significant growing electronics industry along with robust growth in manufacturing industry in emerging countries such as China and India across the region. Latin America is predicted to see extensive growth in the global displacement sensors market due to significantly growing manufacturing industry in Brazil. Japan is predicted to see a significant CAGR in the global displacement sensors market over the forecast period, attribute to high usage of displacement sensors in the automotive industry for thickness measurement.

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Global Displacement Sensors Market: Key Players

Few key players of the global displacement sensors market are Omron Corporation, ifm electronics GmbH, Lion Precision Inc., Continental AG, Schneider Electric SA, Panasonic Corp, Spectris PLC, Micro-Epsilon Messtechnik GmbH & Co. KG, and Riftek LLC. Key manufacturers are focusing toward innovation in products such as non-contact linear displacement sensors with laser technology which provides high speed and efficiency.

The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the market. It does so via in-depth qualitative insights, historical data, and verifiable projections about market size. The projections featured in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions. By doing so, the research report serves as a repository of analysis and information for every facet of the market, including but not limited to: Regional markets, technology, types, and applications.

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Value chain and stakeholder analysis

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North America (U.S. and Canada)
Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and others)
Western Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg)
Eastern Europe (Poland and Russia)
Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, ASEAN, Australia, and New Zealand)
Middle East and Africa (GCC, Southern Africa, and North Africa)

The report has been compiled through extensive primary research (through interviews, surveys, and observations of seasoned analysts) and secondary research (which entails reputable paid sources, trade journals, and industry body databases). The report also features a complete qualitative and quantitative assessment by analyzing data gathered from industry analysts and market participants across key points in the industry's value chain.

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Emerging niche segments and regional markets
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          Device Smart Communicators Market Report 2017 - 2025: Technological Advancement, Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast      Cache   Translate Page      

Latest Market Research Study on "Device Smart Communicators Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2017 - 2025."

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/04/2018 -- The report offers in-depth insights, revenue details, and other vital information regarding the global device smart communicators market, and the various trends, drivers, restraints, opportunities, and threats in the target market till 2025. The report includes PEST analysis, Porter's Five Forces analysis, and opportunity map analysis for in-depth understanding of the market. The device smart communicators market report offers insightful and detailed information regarding the various key players operating in the global device smart communicators market, their financials, technological innovations, key developments, apart from future strategies, SWOT analysis, acquisitions & mergers, and market footprint. The global device smart communicators market is segmented on the basis of product, application, end user, and region.

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Device Smart Communicators Market: Market Overview

The device smart communicators is a computer based type of configuration which is used to perform tasks like daily maintenance, configuration backup, initial setup, and troubleshooting for the replacement of the device. The type of tasks are much different from the device vendors and communication protocols and are stream lined by integrated environment and intuitive operation. The device smart communicators are used for the maximum utilization of the instruments used in the intelligence field. The device smart communicators can be utilized for an increase the storage capacity and for faster processing of the instruments. The device smart communicators are also used to communicate and print out the parameters such as range, tag number and output mode of the instrument.

Device Smart Communicators Market: Market Dynamics

The technological advancement is the major factor for the growing demand of the device smart communicators market. The developing regions are growing towards the smart cities and the device smart communicators market is thereby growing in the region. The use of online retail sites and smart systems are the rising factors in the market and are the driving factor for the growth of the device smart communicators market. The developed regions are the attracting places for the manufacturers to find the demanding growth and the developed economy in these regions with the high disposable income are the major factors to be involved in the growth of the device smart communicators market. The trend to use the brain terminal has grown in the market due to the rising demand of the product for its efficiency and smart work and has thereby increased the sales in the device smart communicators market.

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Device Smart Communicators Market: Market Segmentation

The device smart communicators market can be segmented on the basis of product type, end user type and on the basis of geography.

On the basis of product type, the device smart communicators market can be segmented into:-

Mobile Field Device Management
Hart Communicator
Brain Terminal

On the basis of end user type, the device smart communicators market can be segmented into:-

Transport and Automotive
Telecommunication and IT
Defense and Military
Industrial
Healthcare
Electronics

Device Smart Communicators Market: Regional Outlook

The device smart communicators market can be segmented on the basis of geography into seven main regions as North America, Eastern Europe, APEJ, Japan, MEA, Western Europe, and Latin America. The North America is the leading region in the market due to the development in the rise and a large number of manufacturers in the region thereby growing in the device smart communicators market. The Europe is also the growing region in the device smart communicators market. The Asia Pacific is the growing region in the device smart communicators market and is expected to rise in the forecast period. The developing countries l9ike China and India are rising with their respective and hence the advancement in growth and leading to the rise in device smart communicators market.

Device Smart Communicators Market: Key Players

The prominent players in the device smart communicators market are:-

SmartComms SC, Limited
Yokogawa Electric Corporation
ProComSol, Ltd
Spitzer and Boyes, LLC
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
LG Electronics Inc.
General Electric Co.
BSH Hausgerate GmbH
Panasonic Corp.
Whirlpool Corp. (U.S.)
Koninklijke Philips N.V. (Netherlands)

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Device Smart Communicators Market: Competitive Analysis

The device smart communicators market is rising due to the technological advancement growing in the developing regions and the increasing use of smart technologies which is making the life of a person easier than before. The manufacturers thereby need to manufacture the products advanced than before so that the consumers are attracted to use the type from their companies and the increasing demand will thereby grow the sales in the device smart communicators market. The rising demand from the private market to use the device smart manufacturers which are growing globally is another factor to the rise in the device smart communicators market.

The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the market. It does so via in-depth qualitative insights, historical data, and verifiable projections about market size. The projections featured in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions. By doing so, the research report serves as a repository of analysis and information for every facet of the market, including but not limited to: Regional markets, technology, types, and applications.

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Market segments and sub-segments
Market trends and dynamics
Supply and demand
Market size
Current trends/opportunities/challenges
Competitive landscape
Technological breakthroughs
Value chain and stakeholder analysis

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North America (U.S. and Canada)
Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and others)
Western Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg)
Eastern Europe (Poland and Russia)
Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, ASEAN, Australia, and New Zealand)
Middle East and Africa (GCC, Southern Africa, and North Africa)

The report has been compiled through extensive primary research (through interviews, surveys, and observations of seasoned analysts) and secondary research (which entails reputable paid sources, trade journals, and industry body databases). The report also features a complete qualitative and quantitative assessment by analyzing data gathered from industry analysts and market participants across key points in the industry's value chain.

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          Automotive Dashboard Market Report 2017 - 2025: Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast      Cache   Translate Page      

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Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/04/2018 -- Automotive Dashboard Market: Overview

Dashboard to an automotive is what a control panel is to a computer, located just in front of the driver. It is an all in one indicator things happening in the automotive. Dashboards have been a part of every automotive since the beginning. It displays instrumentation and controls for the vehicle's operation. A simple dashboard has a steering wheel and indicators for speed, fuel level, and oil pressure. With the advancements in technology, newly introduced dashboards currently also incorporate an array of gauges, and controls as well as information, climate control, and entertainment systems. It may also include tachometer, speedometer, fuel gauge, odometer, gearshift position indicator, turn indicators, seat belt warning light, engine-malfunction lights, parking-brake warning light, indicators for low fuel, low tire pressure and faults in the airbag, low oil pressure, entertainment equipment and information systems and much more.

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Automotive Dashboard Market: Dynamics

High demand for automotive is the key driving factor for automotive dashboard market because no automotive can be manufactured without a dashboard. The demand for passenger vehicles is typically high in APEJ, attributed to increases in per capita income. People these days are also into styling up their personal vehicles, owing to this the automotive dashboard aftermarket has spurred in recent years. One significant example of this is Chevrolet offering both exterior and interior cosmetic upgrades.

The touch screen has been trending in the automotive dashboard market lately. Tesla has completely changed the game with their soon launching Tesla 3 by eliminating the cluster of controls, gauges and integrating everything into one touch screen.

Automotive Dashboard Market: Segmentation

The automotive dashboard market can be by sales channel, type, and application.

Based on Sales Channel, Automotive Dashboard Market is segmented as:

OEM
Aftermarket

Based on Type, Automotive Dashboard Market is segmented as:

LCD dashboard
Integrating all the physical indicators on one screen is the aim of an LCD dashboard. It is gaining high popularity among the consumers. It is estimated that in next five years most of the cars sold in North America will be equipped with LCD dashboard.

Conventional Dashboard
Conventional dashboards are provided with traditional mechanical devices like tachometer, speedometer, fuel gauge, etc.

Based on Application, Automotive Dashboard Market is segmented as:

Passenger cars
Economy car
Sedan
Commercial vehicles
Light commercial vehicles
Heavy commercial vehicles
Aircraft

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Automotive Dashboard Market: Regional Outlook

The global automotive dashboard market is divided geographically into seven regions, namely North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific excluding Japan (APEJ), Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Japan and the Middle East and Africa (MEA). North America is a major region in automotive dashboard market regarding application and revenue sharing. Followed by North America, Europe, and Latin America are expected to grow relatively at a higher CAGR during the forecast period since the use of automotive dashboard in high demand, owing to the booming automotive industry. The global automotive dashboard market in Japan is well established and expected to grow at average CAGR over the forecast period. The growth of automotive dashboard market in Asia-Pacific is very high due to many developing countries in this region. Overall, the global market for automotive of automotive dashboard market is expected to grow significantly by the end of forecast period. Automotive of automotive dashboard market in Asia-Pacific is rapidly growing due to developing economic conditions, huge population, significant investment market and more consumption. MEA is expected to expand at sluggish growth rate due to lack of technology advancement in this region. Overall the global automotive dashboard is projected to grow at a decent pace during the forecast period.

Automotive Dashboard Market: Key Players

Some key market players in global automotive dashboard market are

ABB Group
Visteon Corporation
Faurceia
Johnson Controls International Plc
Huayu Automotive Systems Co., Ltd.
Hainan Drinda Automotive Trim Co., Ltd
IAC
Dongfeng Electronic
Toyoda Gosei
Fusioncharts

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Automotive Dashboard Market: Competitive Analysis

Key manufacturers of the automotive dashboard are focusing on product development including enabling wider industrial applications with the help of their R&D department. According to Mr.David DeGraaf, president of Faurecia Clean Mobility North America French supplier, the company invested US$ 64 million for installation of a digital manufacturing system in a new factory in Columbus. Continued investments and advancements in technology will drive the automotive dashboard market during the forecast period.

The report offers a comprehensive evaluation of the market. It does so via in-depth qualitative insights, historical data, and verifiable projections about market size. The projections featured in the report have been derived using proven research methodologies and assumptions. By doing so, the research report serves as a repository of analysis and information for every facet of the market, including but not limited to: Regional markets, technology, types, and applications.

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Market segments and sub-segments
Market trends and dynamics
Supply and demand
Market size
Current trends/opportunities/challenges
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Technological breakthroughs
Value chain and stakeholder analysis

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North America (U.S. and Canada)
Latin America (Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Chile, and others)
Western Europe (Germany, U.K., France, Spain, Italy, Nordic countries, Belgium, Netherlands, and Luxembourg)
Eastern Europe (Poland and Russia)
Asia Pacific (China, India, Japan, ASEAN, Australia, and New Zealand)
Middle East and Africa (GCC, Southern Africa, and North Africa)

The report has been compiled through extensive primary research (through interviews, surveys, and observations of seasoned analysts) and secondary research (which entails reputable paid sources, trade journals, and industry body databases). The report also features a complete qualitative and quantitative assessment by analyzing data gathered from industry analysts and market participants across key points in the industry's value chain.

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          Litigation Senior Associate - Cornwall Executive Recruitment - Cornwall      Cache   Translate Page      
Central London, Cornwall, Devon, Wales, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Cayman, BVI, Hong Kong, Singapore, Cape Town, Amsterdam, Luxembourg &amp; Dubai....
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          Empleo-info.fr: un outil pour dynamiser l'emploi transfrontalier au sein de l'Euro-région Nouvelle-Aquitaine Euskadi Navarre      Cache   Translate Page      
Un peu moins de 3900 personnes traversent chaque jour la frontière pour travailler en Nouvelle-Aquitaine Euskadi ou Navarre. C'est peu, surtout si l'on compare à la dynamique transfrontalière avec la Suisse portée par plus de 170 000 personnes, le Luxembourg (plus de 70 300 travailleurs), l'Allemagne (plus de 46 000) ou encore la Belgique (plus de 37 800). Autant dire que 3 900 travailleurs, c'est un bassin d'emplois inexistant. L'Euro-région quant à elle, préfère y voir un bassin à « fort potentiel ». Dans ce cadre son programme interrégional « Empleo » vise à dynamiser ce bassin d'emploi, et à faciliter le travail transfrontalier par la mise en oeuvre d'actions et d'outils. Le lancement du récent site empleo-info.fr, en une première action très concrète.
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          Keep an Eye on Toronto      Cache   Translate Page      

The city’s financial services sector growth is only outpaced by two locations in China.

Few financial advisors in the United States might suspect just how much of a booming financial services sector our neighbors to the north have. And within that sector, Toronto is clearly the capital, with banks, including CIBC, RBC, Scotiabank and TD Bank, headquartered there as are insurance companies, such as Manulife, Sun Life Financial and Intact Insurance.

In fact, financial services is Canada’s largest and fastest-growing services export category, according to the sixth edition of Toronto on the Global Stage: 2018 Report Card on Canada and Toronto’s Financial Services Sector from The Conference Board of Canada

Overall, Toronto’s financial services sector generated a combined $18.3 billion in fiscal benefits in 2017 for the Canadian, Ontario Province, and City of Toronto governments. Much of Canada’s financial sector accounts for 4.5 percent of Canadian employment and 7.1 percent of Canadian GDP in 2017.

Another set of interesting statistics from the report, only Luxembourg has a higher concentration of the overall population involved in financial services than Toronto (12 percent versus 8.3 percent) but higher than the world financial capitals of London (6.5 percent) and New York (6.4 percent), respectively, according to the report. Toronto’s growth has risen by 25.2 percent over the past five years, accounting for about one out of every 12 jobs, according to the report. And when it comes to employment growth only Beijing and Shanghai have outpaced Toronto in the last five years.

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Le Musée du Luxembourg consacre une exposition à l'art décoratif nabi, mouvement postimpressionniste d'avant-garde, né en marge de la peinture académique, du 13 mars au 30 juin 2019.
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Le Musée du Luxembourg consacre une exposition à l'âge d’or de la peinture anglaise et aux débuts de la Royal Arts Academy. Gainsborough, Reynolds, Turner sont ainsi à redécouvrir dans un beau parcours, du 11 septembre 2019 au 15 janvier 2020.
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The Agriculture and Fisheries Council meeting of March 2014 will take place in Luxembourg on 16th and 17th June 2014.
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European Aviation Safety Agency Konrad-Adenauer-Ufer 3 Cologne 50668 tenders@easa.europa.eu http://www.easa.europa.eu/the-agency https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=4224 Aviation Safety, Environment Mobile Phone Services (MPS) EASA.2018.HVP.13 The main purpose of this Tender is the provision of Mobile Phone Services to the European Aviation Safety Agency. Cologne, Germany Mobile Phone Services for the Agency. Migration of the currently available SIM cards (approximately 400) of EASA to the new contract while keeping the existing mobile numbers. Mobile voice, mobile data, SMS and MMS communications. Provision of mobile devices in renting/leasing modality. Repair service. 24 The framework contract is intended to be signed for an initial period of 2 years and shall be renewable up to 2 times for a maximum duration of 4 years under the same conditions. 2019-01-15 14:00 4 2019-01-17 10:00 Cologne/Germany Maximum 1 legal representative per participating tenderer may attend the opening session. Tenderers shall inform the Agency of their intention to attend at least 5 days prior to the opening session. General Court of the European Union rue du Fort Niedergrünewald Luxembourg L-2925 +352 4303-1 GeneralCourt.Registry@curia.europa.eu +352 4303-2100 http://curia.europa.eu You may submit any observations concerning the award procedure to the contracting authority indicated under heading I.1. If you believe that there was maladministration, you may lodge a complaint to the European Ombudsman within 2 years of the date when you became aware of the facts on which the complaint is based (see http://www.ombudsman.europa.eu). Such complaint does not have as an effect either to suspend the time limit to launch an appeal or to open a new period for lodging an appeal. Within 2 months of the notification of the award decision you may lodge an appeal to the body referred to in VI.4.1. 2018-11-26
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Fisheries ministers are meeting at the AGRIFISH Council in Luxembourg on 9 and 10 October to reach a political agreement on the Baltic fishing opportunities for 2018. Commissioner for the Environment, Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, Karmenu Vella, will present the Commission's proposal, and urge ministers to set fishing opportunities at sustainable levels.
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Liputan6.com, Jakarta - Ketegangan politik antara Rusia dan Ukraina masih terus memanas hingga kini. Bentrokan antara kedua negara di Selat Kerch kian memperburuk keadaan, kapal-kapal saling menembaki bak berperang.

Ukraina mengklaim bahwa kapal mereka dicegat oleh pasukan Rusia setelah melakukan perjalanan ke Mariupol, sedangkan Rusia mengaku bahwa kapal Ukraina telah melanggar batas wilayah perairan.

Menurut keterangan yang dikutip dari Express.co.uk, Rabu (5/12/2018), warga Inggris yang takut akan peristiwa tersebut telah menghindari zona berbahaya, dengan pergi ke beberapa negara yang aman untuk bersembunyi.

Britania Raya tak ingin mengambil risiko. Pemikiran ini sejalan dengan negara-negara lain seperti Kanada, Selandia Baru dan Amerika Serikat. Demikian menurut laporan dari studi yang dibuat oleh International SOS and Control Risks.

Lalu, negara mana saja yang bisa dijadikan sebagai tempat perlindungan dari pertempuran Ukraina dan Rusia, mengingat kekhawatiran munculnya "Perang Dunia III" di masa mendatang? Berikut empat di antaranya.

 

Saksikan video pilihan berikut ini:

1. Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein (AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Liechtenstein merupakan negara yang penduduknya berbicara bahasa Jerman. Ini terletak di antara Austria dan Swiss, serta dikenal sebagai salah satu negara paling aman.

Selain karena tingginya jumlah polisi yang berpatroli di jalan-jalan dan tingkat kejahatan yang rendah, lokasi Liechtenstein yang berada di tengah dua negara yang netral juga membuatnya menjadi tujuan aman untuk berlindung.

Mereka yang mencoba masuk ke negara non-Uni Eropa ini, harus terbang ke Zurich terlebih dahulu, karena Liechtenstein tidak memiliki bandara. Hal ini disebabkan oleh luas wilayahnya yang amat kecil.

2. Greenland

Sebuah bongkahan es raksasa melewati perairan Ferryland Newfoundland, Kanada, (10/4). Perairan yang disebut Iceberg Alley ini menjadi tempat perlintasan pecahan gletser di Greenland pada setiap awal musim panas. (Paul Daly/The Canadian Press via AP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Bepergian ke Greenland --salah satu pulau terbesar di dunia-- tidaklah mudah meski negara ini menjadi tujuan yang aman, karena jauh dari konflik dan letaknya yang terpencil.

Umumnya, kendala yang kerap dijumpai oleh orang-orang yang ingin pergi ke Greenland adalah mahalnya harga tiket pesawat dan tak ada penerbangan langsung. Pelancong harus mendarat terlebih dahulu di Islandia.

Populasinya yang jarang, membuat Greenland mendapat sebutan sebagai negara yang hampir tidak punya kriminalitas dan menjadikannya tempat yang sempurna untuk berlindung.

Selain itu, di Greenland, warganya tidak memiliki keselarasan politik. Sebagian besar keputusan pemerintah lokal dilakukan melalui pemerintah Denmark --negara yang juga dikatakan aman.

3. Luxembourg

Sesi Foto Pasangan Pemimpin NATO, diikuti oleh pasangan sejenis PM Luxembourg (Foto/AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Negara lain yang disebut sebagai negara teraman di dunia adalah Luxembourg. Satu-satunya ancaman kejahatan yang terjadi adalah kejahatan kecil, seperti pencopetan.

Namun, negara ini juga menjadi salah satu negara kaya, yang artinya Luxembourg adalah tempat yang mahal untuk berlindung. Dengan perbatasan yang meliputi Belgia, Prancis dan Jerman, negara tersebut telah dikuasai selama Perang Dunia I dan Perang Dunia II, meskipun menyatakan netralitasnya.

Meski demikian, pemerintah Luxembourg menjamin layanan kesehatan bagi rakyatnya, distrik yang aman, dan infrastruktur yang memadai.

4. Islandia

Aurora borealis, juga dikenal sebagai Cahaya Utara terlihat di atas lahan pertanian dekat air terjun Godafoss di Thingeyjarsveit, Islandia, 14 Oktober 2018. Seperti halnya pelangi, Aurora Borealis memiliki gradasi warna yang beragam . (Mariana SUAREZ/AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Nyaris serupa dengan Greenland, Islandia juga merupakan pulau kecil yang letaknya hampir terpencil. Negara ini juga tetap netral, meskipun diambil alih oleh Inggris pada tahun 1940. Perang Dunia II menyebabkan ekspansi ekonomi di wilayah tersebut.

Sayangnya, biaya hidup di Islandia pun terbilang tak murah, karena itulah tingkat kejahatan menjadi sangat rendah di negara tersebut. Meski demikian, ada perjanjian militer yang dilakukan oleh Islandia dengan Norwegia dan Denmark, termasuk Coast Guard atau Penjaga Pantai.


          4 Negara Ini Tempat Sembunyi Teraman Saat Perang Dunia III Pecah pada 2019?      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta - Ketegangan politik antara Rusia dan Ukraina masih terus memanas hingga kini. Bentrokan antara kedua negara di Selat Kerch kian memperburuk keadaan, kapal-kapal saling menembaki bak berperang.

Ukraina mengklaim bahwa kapal mereka dicegat oleh pasukan Rusia setelah melakukan perjalanan ke Mariupol, sedangkan Rusia mengaku bahwa kapal Ukraina telah melanggar batas wilayah perairan.

Menurut keterangan yang dikutip dari Express.co.uk, Rabu (5/12/2018), warga Inggris yang takut akan peristiwa tersebut telah menghindari zona berbahaya, dengan pergi ke beberapa negara yang aman untuk bersembunyi.

Britania Raya tak ingin mengambil risiko. Pemikiran ini sejalan dengan negara-negara lain seperti Kanada, Selandia Baru dan Amerika Serikat. Demikian menurut laporan dari studi yang dibuat oleh International SOS and Control Risks.

Lalu, negara mana saja yang bisa dijadikan sebagai tempat perlindungan dari pertempuran Ukraina dan Rusia, mengingat kekhawatiran munculnya "Perang Dunia III" di masa mendatang? Berikut empat di antaranya.

 

Saksikan video pilihan berikut ini:

1. Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein (AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Liechtenstein merupakan negara yang penduduknya berbicara bahasa Jerman. Ini terletak di antara Austria dan Swiss, serta dikenal sebagai salah satu negara paling aman.

Selain karena tingginya jumlah polisi yang berpatroli di jalan-jalan dan tingkat kejahatan yang rendah, lokasi Liechtenstein yang berada di tengah dua negara yang netral juga membuatnya menjadi tujuan aman untuk berlindung.

Mereka yang mencoba masuk ke negara non-Uni Eropa ini, harus terbang ke Zurich terlebih dahulu, karena Liechtenstein tidak memiliki bandara. Hal ini disebabkan oleh luas wilayahnya yang amat kecil.

2. Greenland

Sebuah bongkahan es raksasa melewati perairan Ferryland Newfoundland, Kanada, (10/4). Perairan yang disebut Iceberg Alley ini menjadi tempat perlintasan pecahan gletser di Greenland pada setiap awal musim panas. (Paul Daly/The Canadian Press via AP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Bepergian ke Greenland --salah satu pulau terbesar di dunia-- tidaklah mudah meski negara ini menjadi tujuan yang aman, karena jauh dari konflik dan letaknya yang terpencil.

Umumnya, kendala yang kerap dijumpai oleh orang-orang yang ingin pergi ke Greenland adalah mahalnya harga tiket pesawat dan tak ada penerbangan langsung. Pelancong harus mendarat terlebih dahulu di Islandia.

Populasinya yang jarang, membuat Greenland mendapat sebutan sebagai negara yang hampir tidak punya kriminalitas dan menjadikannya tempat yang sempurna untuk berlindung.

Selain itu, di Greenland, warganya tidak memiliki keselarasan politik. Sebagian besar keputusan pemerintah lokal dilakukan melalui pemerintah Denmark --negara yang juga dikatakan aman.

3. Luxembourg

Sesi Foto Pasangan Pemimpin NATO, diikuti oleh pasangan sejenis PM Luxembourg (Foto/AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Negara lain yang disebut sebagai negara teraman di dunia adalah Luxembourg. Satu-satunya ancaman kejahatan yang terjadi adalah kejahatan kecil, seperti pencopetan.

Namun, negara ini juga menjadi salah satu negara kaya, yang artinya Luxembourg adalah tempat yang mahal untuk berlindung. Dengan perbatasan yang meliputi Belgia, Prancis dan Jerman, negara tersebut telah dikuasai selama Perang Dunia I dan Perang Dunia II, meskipun menyatakan netralitasnya.

Meski demikian, pemerintah Luxembourg menjamin layanan kesehatan bagi rakyatnya, distrik yang aman, dan infrastruktur yang memadai.

4. Islandia

Aurora borealis, juga dikenal sebagai Cahaya Utara terlihat di atas lahan pertanian dekat air terjun Godafoss di Thingeyjarsveit, Islandia, 14 Oktober 2018. Seperti halnya pelangi, Aurora Borealis memiliki gradasi warna yang beragam . (Mariana SUAREZ/AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Nyaris serupa dengan Greenland, Islandia juga merupakan pulau kecil yang letaknya hampir terpencil. Negara ini juga tetap netral, meskipun diambil alih oleh Inggris pada tahun 1940. Perang Dunia II menyebabkan ekspansi ekonomi di wilayah tersebut.

Sayangnya, biaya hidup di Islandia pun terbilang tak murah, karena itulah tingkat kejahatan menjadi sangat rendah di negara tersebut. Meski demikian, ada perjanjian militer yang dilakukan oleh Islandia dengan Norwegia dan Denmark, termasuk Coast Guard atau Penjaga Pantai.


          Smic en Europe : Italie, Portugal, Belgique, Espagne...      Cache   Translate Page      
260 euros par mois en Bulgarie contre presque 2 000 euros au Luxembourg. Le salaire minimum fait le grand écart entre les pays de l'UE. Il n'existe pas de Smic en Italie.
          4 Negara Ini Tempat Sembunyi Teraman Jika Perang Dunia III Pecah pada 2019?      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Jakarta - Ketegangan politik antara Rusia dan Ukraina masih terus memanas hingga kini. Bentrokan antara kedua negara di Selat Kerch kian memperburuk keadaan, kapal-kapal saling menembaki bak berperang.

Ukraina mengklaim bahwa kapal mereka dicegat oleh pasukan Rusia setelah melakukan perjalanan ke Mariupol, sedangkan Rusia mengaku bahwa kapal Ukraina telah melanggar batas wilayah perairan.

Menurut keterangan yang dikutip dari Express.co.uk, Rabu (5/12/2018), warga Inggris yang takut akan peristiwa tersebut telah menghindari zona berbahaya, dengan pergi ke beberapa negara yang aman untuk bersembunyi.

Britania Raya tak ingin mengambil risiko. Pemikiran ini sejalan dengan negara-negara lain seperti Kanada, Selandia Baru dan Amerika Serikat. Demikian menurut laporan dari studi yang dibuat oleh International SOS and Control Risks.

Lalu, negara mana saja yang bisa dijadikan sebagai tempat perlindungan dari pertempuran Ukraina dan Rusia, mengingat kekhawatiran munculnya "Perang Dunia III" di masa mendatang? Berikut empat di antaranya.

 

Saksikan video pilihan berikut ini:

1. Liechtenstein

Liechtenstein (AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Liechtenstein merupakan negara yang penduduknya berbicara bahasa Jerman. Ini terletak di antara Austria dan Swiss, serta dikenal sebagai salah satu negara paling aman.

Selain karena tingginya jumlah polisi yang berpatroli di jalan-jalan dan tingkat kejahatan yang rendah, lokasi Liechtenstein yang berada di tengah dua negara yang netral juga membuatnya menjadi tujuan aman untuk berlindung.

Mereka yang mencoba masuk ke negara non-Uni Eropa ini, harus terbang ke Zurich terlebih dahulu, karena Liechtenstein tidak memiliki bandara. Hal ini disebabkan oleh luas wilayahnya yang amat kecil.

2. Greenland

Sebuah bongkahan es raksasa melewati perairan Ferryland Newfoundland, Kanada, (10/4). Perairan yang disebut Iceberg Alley ini menjadi tempat perlintasan pecahan gletser di Greenland pada setiap awal musim panas. (Paul Daly/The Canadian Press via AP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Bepergian ke Greenland --salah satu pulau terbesar di dunia-- tidaklah mudah meski negara ini menjadi tujuan yang aman, karena jauh dari konflik dan letaknya yang terpencil.

Umumnya, kendala yang kerap dijumpai oleh orang-orang yang ingin pergi ke Greenland adalah mahalnya harga tiket pesawat dan tak ada penerbangan langsung. Pelancong harus mendarat terlebih dahulu di Islandia.

Populasinya yang jarang, membuat Greenland mendapat sebutan sebagai negara yang hampir tidak punya kriminalitas dan menjadikannya tempat yang sempurna untuk berlindung.

Selain itu, di Greenland, warganya tidak memiliki keselarasan politik. Sebagian besar keputusan pemerintah lokal dilakukan melalui pemerintah Denmark --negara yang juga dikatakan aman.

3. Luxembourg

Sesi Foto Pasangan Pemimpin NATO, diikuti oleh pasangan sejenis PM Luxembourg (Foto/AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Negara lain yang disebut sebagai negara teraman di dunia adalah Luxembourg. Satu-satunya ancaman kejahatan yang terjadi adalah kejahatan kecil, seperti pencopetan.

Namun, negara ini juga menjadi salah satu negara kaya, yang artinya Luxembourg adalah tempat yang mahal untuk berlindung. Dengan perbatasan yang meliputi Belgia, Prancis dan Jerman, negara tersebut telah dikuasai selama Perang Dunia I dan Perang Dunia II, meskipun menyatakan netralitasnya.

Meski demikian, pemerintah Luxembourg menjamin layanan kesehatan bagi rakyatnya, distrik yang aman, dan infrastruktur yang memadai.

4. Islandia

Aurora borealis, juga dikenal sebagai Cahaya Utara terlihat di atas lahan pertanian dekat air terjun Godafoss di Thingeyjarsveit, Islandia, 14 Oktober 2018. Seperti halnya pelangi, Aurora Borealis memiliki gradasi warna yang beragam . (Mariana SUAREZ/AFP)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Nyaris serupa dengan Greenland, Islandia juga merupakan pulau kecil yang letaknya hampir terpencil. Negara ini juga tetap netral, meskipun diambil alih oleh Inggris pada tahun 1940. Perang Dunia II menyebabkan ekspansi ekonomi di wilayah tersebut.

Sayangnya, biaya hidup di Islandia pun terbilang tak murah, karena itulah tingkat kejahatan menjadi sangat rendah di negara tersebut. Meski demikian, ada perjanjian militer yang dilakukan oleh Islandia dengan Norwegia dan Denmark, termasuk Coast Guard atau Penjaga Pantai.


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Prince Louis told a divorce court judge that former soldier Princess Tessy undertook her role “with grace”
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Prince Louis told a divorce court judge that former soldier Princess Tessy undertook her role “with grace”
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Prince Louis told a divorce court judge that former soldier Princess Tessy undertook her role “with grace”
          Arts : Mucha, un artiste à l’âge de l’industrie      Cache   Translate Page      
Le musée du Luxembourg à Paris présente une centaine de pièces – affiches, peintures, photos – à cette figure de l’Art nouveau.
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Une rétrospective célèbre, jusqu’au 27 janvier 2019, l’œuvre prolixe de l’une des figures marquantes de l’Art nouveau.
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Prince Louis told a divorce court judge that former soldier Princess Tessy undertook her role “with grace”
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Government seeks to prioritise environment and end some of world’s worst traffic congestion

Luxembourg is set to become the first country in the world to make all its public transport free.

Fares on trains, trams and buses will be lifted next summer under the plans of the re-elected coalition government led by Xavier Bettel, who was sworn in for a second term as prime minister on Wednesday.

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A.M. Best has affirmed the Financial Strength Rating of A- (Excellent) and a Long-Term Issuer Credit Rating of “a-” of Colonnade Insurance S.A. (Colonnade) (Luxembourg), a member of Fairfax Financial ...
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TX-San Antonio, The Global Intermediaries & Private Bank group is responsible for driving product placement, sales, and product servicing for our Luxembourg Funds at key accounts such as UBS, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, Citi, and HSBC. Job Description: We are seeking a San Antonio-based Associate to join our the Global Intermediaries & Private Banks team. This position will be responsible for supporting the se
          #1 El banco WiZink despedirá a 168 trabajadores en España, el 12% de su plantilla      Cache   Translate Page      

Podían poner este titular en el pabellón de Deportes de la Comunidad de Madrid donde luce con grandes letras el nombre de esa entidad bancaria, así como en la cartelería del Metro de Madrid donde también aparece dicho nombre.

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          #55 El Estado recupera en Zaragoza el primer templo usurpado por la Iglesia      Cache   Translate Page      

#53
No entiendo el motivo.
Eso me recuerda cuando unos niñatos increparon a un pobre anciano por llevar una bandera de España (tricolor) en una manifestación del 15M donde supuestamente no se podían llevar banderas de ningún tipo.
Patético.

» autor: RosaLuxembourg


          #52 El Estado recupera en Zaragoza el primer templo usurpado por la Iglesia      Cache   Translate Page      

#46
La wikipedia no es un libro de Historia.
Saludos.

» autor: RosaLuxembourg


          #286 El PP andaluz lanza su órdago a Ciudadanos: "O Moreno es presidente o repetición de elecciones"      Cache   Translate Page      

#285

Tú sigue votando a un sujeto que vivió de la Comunidad de Madrid y despotrica contra las autonomías, al mismo tiempo que su formación política se presenta a unas elecciones autonómicas.
Completa incoherencia.

maldita.es/malditodato/cuando-abascal-cobraba-mas-que-el-presidente-de

¿Modernidad el fascismo?
Te dejo con tus paranoias.

» autor: RosaLuxembourg


          #3 No es VOX, es el PSOE andaluz      Cache   Translate Page      

"Todas estas señales simbólicas, pero muy visuales, ayudan a explicar y entender para quién ha gobernado el PSOE andaluz y qué sentido común ha ido instalando poco a poco en una sociedad, la andaluza, que se ha lepenizado a lo bonzo en las elecciones de este domingo. Por incomparecencia del electorado de izquierdas pero también porque una parte del antiguo electorado socialista se ha ido a VOX en lugar de a Adelante Andalucía, que ha sido incapaz de evitar la catástrofe de la entrada del fascismo en el Parlamento de Andalucía."

» autor: RosaLuxembourg


          #2 No es VOX, es el PSOE andaluz      Cache   Translate Page      

"Año 2006. Manuel Chaves, expresidente de la Junta de Andalucía, le concede el Título de Hija Predilecta de Andalucía a María del Rosario Cayetana Fitz-James Stuart y Silva, Duquesa de Alba, por su “naturalidad y sencillez”. La mujer que representa el latifundio, la concentración de la propiedad de la tierra en pocas manos y la renuncia del PSOE andaluz a una reforma agraria que cree empleo y riqueza en las zonas rurales, es subida a los altares de un régimen que mira a la derecha en sus hechos políticos y económicos y la izquierda en su relato.

Paralelamente, el PSOE sitúa en la picota a los jornaleros del Sindicato de Obreros del Campo que denuncian el caciquismo y la falta de oportunidades en zonas agrarias donde la propiedad del pueblo es, casi enteramente, propiedad de terratenientes como la Duquesa de Alba y que se manifiesta contra el nombramiento humillante a la figura simbólica que aúna los males históricos que aquejan a esta tierra."

» autor: RosaLuxembourg


          #1 No es VOX, es el PSOE andaluz      Cache   Translate Page      

El análisis que hace el artículo es realmente bueno, y sería perfecto si también tratara de explicar los resultados poco exitosos de Adelante Andalucía.

» autor: RosaLuxembourg


          #44 El Estado recupera en Zaragoza el primer templo usurpado por la Iglesia      Cache   Translate Page      

#40

Puedes seguir con tu película el tiempo que quieras. Y por cierto, Fernando III era en ese momento rey de Castilla y de León.

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          Au Luxembourg - Le gouvernement «Gambia 2.0» déjà au travail      Cache   Translate Page      
LUXEMBOURG - Après avoir prêté serment devant le Grand-Duc et pris la pose pour les photos officielles, le nouveau gouvernement s'est déjà mis au travail ce mercredi.
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LUXEMBOURG - 26 entreprises fictives étaient présentées mercredi au Geesseknäppchen. Elles ont été créées par 408 élèves de lycées du pays.
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TÉTANGE – Deux mineures sont entrées mardi, dans une maison de Tétange, pour voler des bijoux. Elles ont pris la fuite en bus avant d'être interpellées par la police.
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LUXEMBOURG - À l'occasion de la 7e Journée nationale de la santé scolaire, ce mercredi, les experts ont fait le point sur la situation.
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LUXEMBOURG - Delhaize a informé les autorités de sécurité alimentaire luxembourgeoises du rappel des «Lay's Bugles Original 125g», mais une partie des stocks a été vendue.
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LUXEMBOURG - Le premier gouvernement Bettel a cédé la place au deuxième gouvernement Bettel, mercredi. Revivez tous les événements de la journée.
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LUXEMBOURG – La vaste opération contre la mafia a permis des arrestations dans plusieurs pays, dont le Luxembourg, a annoncé mercredi l'institution judiciaire.
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LUXEMBOURG - Le député Alex Bodry restera chef de la fraction LSAP à la Chambre jusqu'à fin 2019. Il sera remplacé ensuite par Georges Engel.
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LUXEMBOURG – La compagnie irlandaise à bas coût Ryanair a annoncé, mercredi, l'ouverture prochaine d'une ligne entre Luxembourg et Berlin.
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Date de publication: 05/12/2018 | Date limite: 30-01-2019 | Document: Avis de marché
          #38 El Estado recupera en Zaragoza el primer templo usurpado por la Iglesia      Cache   Translate Page      

#37
No sirve lo que comentas.

Para ti y para #11 :
La Mezquita-Catedral de Córdoba, tercera más grande en el mundo, nunca ha sido propiedad de la Iglesia, según un reciente informe encargado por el Ayuntamiento de Córdoba.

www.elespanol.com/cultura/patrimonio/20180916/cosas-inesperadas-mezqui

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We need more than a tv debate on the future of Britain and Europe.

lead Screenshot: the seven-way BBC election debate, May 2017. YouTube.

“I don’t think there is a silver bullet, but the market-place of ideas is at the heart of democracy. We all bring ideas and opinions into that market-place and we talk and discuss, and we argue, but we bargain and we compromise. That is what is collapsing.”  Matthew Goodwin on preventing the rage of the US parcel-bomber from spreading, BBC2 Newsnight, October 26, 2018

After ducking out of the televised seven-way general election debate of 2017, on the grounds that “the debates where the politicians are squabbling amongst themselves don’t do anything for the process of electioneering”, Theresa May gained a reputation for ‘not doing debate’. The Brexit tv debate she has proposed for December 9 in front of millions of viewers who will have no say in the outcome, was “consuming Westminster’s political advisers and the nation’s broadcasters” four days ago, but has not yet been agreed. Caroline Lucas, calling for another public vote on Brexit is taking a principled position on this: saying that any debate "must be cross-party, featuring a diverse range of voices representing every nation, as well as every stance on this deal and our relationship with the EU". The BBC version appears to be “10 prominent supporters of May’s deal and 10 opponents who would have the chance to ask questions”, described as “messy” by Labour, since the opposition would precisely be seen as squabbling among themselves. But as Craig Oliver, David Cameron’s former director of communications put it, a television debate is not a debate: “It becomes a basic method of message delivery rather than a real debate.”

Meanwhile, the real debate with which Theresa May has not engaged during her lonely tour of duty in one-way persuasion, is surely the one at the heart of a liberal democracy: democratic debate leading to compromise between legitimate political adversaries. Setting aside her preference for conducting the Brexit process as a secretive Whitehall operation, everything May has done since inheriting the binary referendum result on the UK’s future relationship to the EU has been an avoidance of debate, from the resistance of the UK government to seeking parliamentary approval for Article 50 or to a “meaningful debate” on the final deal, to the ministerial power grab over the Withdrawal Bill and secretive plans for trade deals, the marginalisation of the devolved nations, the refusal of plan-B discussions, and the insistence that “Brexit means Brexit” through months and years in which it has become increasingly clear that no-one really knows what Brexit means.

Yesterday like the proverbial worm, the despised and marginalised ‘squabbling politicians’, turned, aided by carefully timed advice from the Advocate General to the European Court of Justice. This was the first mention of anyone officially involved in the negotiations that Britain might change its mind. Faced by a no-deal, a Member-State could change its intention to withdraw from the EU and revoke Article 50, since Article 50 is invoked in the first place “to notify the European Council of ‘its intention’– and not of its decision – to withdraw, and such an intention may change.” Not only this, but in accordance with our parliamentary sovereignty, and, Manuel Campos Sánchez-Bordona adds, in the interests of European integration, the decision indeed rests with the squabbling politicians of a Member State to choose to “reverse its initial decision.”

Today, May’s ‘triple defeat’ by parliament has elicited a warning from leading Brexit-backing Cabinet Minister, Liam Fox, that Remainer MPs are trying to “steal Brexit from the British people” which he describes as a “democratic affront”. But the truth is that MP’s supporting the legal action in Luxembourg, like Caroline Lucas and Chris Bryant, in their campaign for a second referendum, have been fighting a valiant battle against the odds and the Government, to give the British people a say. Under the desert conditions for democracy created by those conducting the Brexit negotiations, they are the ones who have insisted on keeping some sort of public space open and ticking. Bryant’s response to the legal advice was to express the hope that the final say on Brexit would be handed back to the public, “because only the people of the United Kingdom can sort this out.” It is being argued that the Advocate General’s opinion, by the same token, gives the EU every reason to extend Article 50 for such an outcome, since a choice to remain made by the people might well be considered a stronger mandate than a decision to remain made by MPs alone.

But whether Brexit is to be stolen from the British people or sorted out by them, the invocation of a unitary people’s will in both cases should raise alarm bells. Just how should a large and diverse, not to mention increasingly polarised people “change its mind” or “have a say”? Albert Weale’s pithy answer to the question, 'Can 'a people' have 'a will"? is decisively in the negative There is no singular will of the people emerging from a plurality of peopleThere is no one super-individual – the people – that has changed its mindThere is no will of the people independently of the rules used to combine different opinions”. He reminds us that a people does not change its mind, but that in a democracy, under a set of rules chosen in a decision that is supremely political, people do. Whatever the outcome to the roller coaster in which we are now engaged and even at this late and bewildering stage, we can only begin to “take back control” to the extent that our voices can finally be heard in a way that can persuade and effect meaningful change. The question, for both parliament and people, is what is a “meaningful debate”?

My own conviction is that all selective versions of a Brexit debate proliferate enemy images. We see only too well the cumulative dehumanising impact on ‘migrants’ when they are only ever spoken about, and, in the Windrush case for example, how shocking the effect when we finally hear directly from them. The speed at which “Europeans” began to be sucked into the “hostile environment” came as another, more recent shock. Don’t we need a debate that can “out”, identify and encompass all these points of view, one that brings Leavers and Remainers, ordinary and elite, face to face across all the boundaries and borders so far erected by the multiple toxic polarisations of the issue? 

This would be a public debate at least as ambitious and inclusive as the Scottish referendum debate was at its best. One that included the 16 to 18 year olds who were included in that process, and not in the EU referendum, on the grounds that this is their future we are talking about. A debate that welcomes the voices of the many migrants and fellow-Europeans in our midst, elite and ordinary as well. But above all, voices open to each other in all their diversity, willing to listen, even to care, and yes, even to change their minds.

What is a “meaningful debate” ?

Only a comprehensive, extended and inclusive People’s Debate can effect this process of citizen empowerment. Anthony Barnett’s ‘open letter to Remainers’ this June on openDemocracy was the first sign of movement towards the kind of listening that would be involved. By September, Neal Lawson was on openDemocracy warning supporters of the People’s Vote to be careful what they wished for, and extending Barnett’s argument in the direction of a four-point agenda for democratising the process that included citizens’ assemblies, a constitutional convention for the UK and a new policy agenda for Europe. Lawson also demanded a “systemic domestic policy response to the causes of Brexit”. Recently, as the Brexit deadlines threatened, another breakthrough moment was Caroline Lucas’s closing contribution to the Channel 4 Big Brexit Debate: What does the UK really think? as a key proponent of the People’s Vote:

“ What we need to be doing is recognising as well that many of the people who voted ‘leave’ have very legitimate grievances that need to be tackled. So the People’s Vote campaign isn’t just saying  – ‘Let’s just swap and see if we can get a vote like this that changes the balance…’. It’s massively important that the People’s Vote campaign and all of us who want to seize the opportunity for people to have a say, recognise that this is not about turning the clock back two years, but about saying let us make sure that we address those underlying reasons that drove so many people to feel that the only solution was to leave the EU, when in fact leaving the EU will make things worse for them.”

Fellow People’s Vote advocate and openDemocracy columnist, Mary Kaldor, reiterated this point in her advice to the Labour Party: “if we are to address the real concerns of the leave voters we need to be inside the EU campaigning for a change of rules.” But she also called for “a genuine constitutional debate throughout the country – a debate about the kind of society we want to live in and how to tackle the deep-seated problems linked to jobs, housing, health, and, above all, democracy that led to the howl of anguish represented by the Brexit vote.”

But it took Gordon Brown, in his capacity as former UK prime minister, to go further in thinking about what is needed over and above any second public vote or even beyond a general election, if we are to have a democratic Brexit process at last. Divisions could “merely worsen” in an already “bitterly divided country”, since “at least two and possibly many more years of acrimonious EU negotiations still lie ahead”, he warns, in To calm the Brexit storm, we must listen to the UK’s views again, FT, November 16.

Because “the deadlock in parliament seems unlikely to be broken by MPs alone”, Brown proposes bringing together in each region a representative panel of a few hundred citizens, together constituting a “platform to allow discussion of important issues such as immigration, sovereignty, the state of our industrial towns and regions. Through it, by exploring both the causes and consequences of Brexit, we can see whether any consensus can be forged.”

Brown proposes the creation of a “new kind of royal commission” in order to be credible, authoritative and impartial. But I would argue instead for parliamentarians to become joint custodians of this new politics of persuasion in a constitution that devolved their most precious function to the citizens ­– what Albert Weale calls the “institutionalised debate in which competing views are expressed within a set of rules”. Citizens already have voices in ways without parallel before the internet era. Becoming the guarantors and enablers of such an inclusive, pluralist debate could be the best way to rescue democratic representation from its ‘gatekeeping’ crisis, with a useful knock-on effect on an overweening media.

All it would take is the simple acknowledgement that who picks the subjects and frames the debate is the democratic crux of the matter, as the political theorist Stuart White pointed out on openDemocracy three years ago in his survey of constitutional conventions:

“If we are in a constitutional moment, then it is not appropriate to let the key questions be settled just through the processes of ‘normal’ politics. Democratic theory says that this is a time when ‘We the people’ have a right to settle what happens precisely because what is at stake is a set of very basic questions about how we are ruled. A constitutional convention (CC) is potentially one way of giving ‘We the people’ this leading role…  If a convention is to be genuinely ‘people-led’ mustn’t its agenda be responsive to the people? Allowing the convention a wide remit, or allowing it to identify issues for itself, gives us all an opportunity to campaign to the convention to address issues we think important. It draws us all into the discussion and thereby helps to create a democratic constitutional moment… A key principle here is that devolution and decentralisation ought to be bottom-up processes with real accountability to local people.”

White had an encouraging message for us when it came to Labour and the Greens:

“First, as I think Labour (and the Greens) already accept, membership of the convention – or conventions – should be drawn largely from members of the general public, chosen by lot but in a way that is designed to be broadly representative of the population. (Exactly which population? The standard assumption is that the relevant population consists of UK citizens, but David Owen argues forcefully that non-citizen residents and non-residents should also have representation in a CC.)”

Gordon Brown’s choice of subjects for his debating platform, ought he thinks to “particularly examine those contentious issues where the situation has changed significantly since 2016”, citing both “national identity” and freedom of movement. Yet if Brown acknowledges the evidence of shifting opinions on the latter, Theresa May certainly does not.  We learn that she rejects any Norway-style compromise deal with the Labour party. Why? On the grounds that ending freedom of movement is the hardest of the prime minister’s red lines. Again why? – we don’t know. Maybe it is for the same reason that Kramp-Karrenbauer, hailed as the most Merkel-like of her successor candidates, has announced that she would be much “stricter” on migration than Merkel.

But can’t we do better than that? Couldn’t we hope instead, taking inspiration from Ada Colau’s PAH movement, that one advantage of a People’s Debate over a People’s Vote is the chance to include non-citizen residents and non-residents in this inclusive, empowering national debate? And that those pluralist encounters might similarly lead in a mutually enabling direction?

Brown’s proposal is a breakthrough, first and foremost, in the recognition that Brexit is a historic process in which people need to have a say. It pays the referendum due respect for being a democratic prompt for a “unique consultation”, a multi-faceted process of exchange that “by opening a dialogue across the country and engaging in a constructive, outward-looking conversation about our future” might help us discover “a road back to a more cohesive country, reuniting around shared values and rediscovered common interests.”

How not to frame a democratic debate

“So we need to think about what institutions, what mechanisms can we put in place that support that market-place of ideas. And that means mixing our friendship groups and our social networks – it means having better political leadership – it means starting early at university and at school level and making sure people are exposed to different perspectives…” Matthew Goodwin on preventing the rage of the US parcel-bomber from spreading, BBC2 Newsnight, October 26, 2018

If this is what is needed then one way not to frame that People’s Debate is highlighted by the interesting spat that recently broke out on openDemocracy among other places, between academics protesting at a panel debate billed for December 6 by Claire Fox’s Academy of Ideas and UnHerd.

A number of academics, journalists and commentators are planning to take part in a ‘debate’ originally titled and intended to answer the question: “Is Rising Ethnic Diversity a Threat to the West?”. Speakers include Matthew Goodwin, Eric Kaufmann, Claire Fox, Trevor Phillips and David Aaronovitch. (The title has now changed.)

Their critics accuse them of framing diversity as a threat, when it is perfectly possible to “discuss far right language without using it yourself”.  Their open letter protests that: "This debate shuts itself down, as no other alternative factor or scenario is identified as a ‘threat’, and it is hard to recognise much in the way of a diversity of opinion on a panel where most of the speakers are on the record as blaming immigration and multiculturalism for complex and multi-faceted social problems ". In the comment spaces of openDemocracy, the ongoing argument soon arrives at the key issue of democratic debate: “The people hosting this debate, so narrowly framed in such a way, seemingly provide a platform for arguments that can only draw one possible and predefined conclusion. So. Not much of a 'debate' then...”,“To reiterate, we are not seeking to shut down debate or evade difficult arguments – these issues are widely discussed in academia and in public fora. We are simply asking that we do not give yet more ground to those who seek to shift the blame for systemic failures onto communities who are already subject to oppression and hostility, and legitimise hate and scapegoating as if that is analysis.”

Critics of the critics, for their part, are determined to defend free speech, “Because in order to think we have to be free to speak. Freedom of thought and freedom of speech is a dialectical process in which we express and explore ideas, and as a society how we reach solutions for complex issues. Having to tolerate ideas that you do not agree with is the cost of freedom of speech.”

A dialectical process is one in which both sides cross boundaries, and a third term emerges which goes beyond them, into new territory. It's certainly what is needed. But how exactly can this take place? With polling indicating a widening gulf between Remain voters determined to ‘stop Brexit’ and Leave voters reconciling themselves to crashing out, what can stop this runaway process of polarisation?

Some of us have been asking this for some time.

On openDemocracy the indefatigable journalists, Adam Ramsay, Peter Geoghegan and others, who have for many months been investigating questions about the funding and the political influences behind the Leave campaigns, have recently secured the grim satisfaction of the Electoral Commission belatedly referring Aaron Banks to the National Crime Agency for investigation. Whatever the outcome – and Laura Kuenssberg told us on the same day that this was “unlikely to affect the Brexit process” – it is precisely at this point that we need to remind ourselves of the article Adam Ramsay wrote a year ago, to say, “Remainers: don’t use our investigations as an excuse”– an excuse, that is, not to ask much deeper questions about why they lost the EU referendum to 17 million voters in the first place.

One of the speakers participating in the Academy of Ideas/UnHerd debate, Matthew Goodwin, has been making exactly the same important point. Goodwin complained this August about “a clear and concerted attempt to try and delegitimize the result by implying that either voters were duped or that the Leave campaign was crooked; and absolutely no engagement whatsoever with the growing pile of evidence that we now have on why people actually voted for Brexit.” At the time he concluded, “To many on the liberal left – Brexit is to be opposed not understood.”

Goodwin is an expert in the deep roots of English euroscepticism, the rise of UKIP and the Brexit result. His disappointment that the referendum didn't pave the way for a long-overdue national debate focused on addressing the divides, inequalities and grievances that had led to this moment is palpable and surely justified. What better candidate might one seek for framing a Brexit People’s Debate, particularly as together with Roger Eatwell, Goodwin has just published a new book entitled National Populism: The Revolt Against Liberal Democracy, promoted  as a “compelling case for serious, respectful engagement with the supporters and ideas of national populism.”

The signs were promising. Here were authors willing to challenge the longue durée of  “the deep-rooted suspicion of the ‘masses’ which lies at the heart of liberal democracy”.  Here we have not only the expertise and the research base, but the manifest concern for the people they were studying and commitment to reversing their political disenfranchisement. Roger Eatwell’s The rising tide of national populism: we need to talk seriously about immigration, summarises the key democracy argument that runs through the book for openDemocracy, and urges a braver generation of politicians to embark on “serious talk about immigration”. Matthew Goodwin, publishing his overview on UnHerd on October 23, ends with a refreshing call for “more room for deliberation and input from across society through devolution, the roll-out of citizens initiatives or making greater use of referendums at the local level.”

On that same day, however, openDemocracy published the open letter citing Goodwin as one of the speakers and organisers of the debate planned for December 6 and originally billed, “Is Rising Ethnic Diversity a Threat to the West?” Could it really be that at this critical conjuncture, some of our best intellectuals, commentators and journalists, including those most alert to ‘national populist’ alienation, were seemingly absorbed in another round of “How can we play with xenophobia without being xenophobic ?”

Is an answer to be found in Goodwin and Eatwell’s accounts of National Populism. Or might they instead give us just what we need to frame our inclusive, national, People’s Debate on Brexit and migration?

‘National populism’ – what is going on?

James Meek  in the October 11 issue of the LRB had raised his own concerns over Goodwin’s framing of the Brexit debate. Pointing out that his reading of Brexit tended to oppose “ordinary Leave voters against an arrogant Remainer elite as if those were the two sides at issue”, Meek argued that in doing this, Goodwin not only overlooked, “ordinary Remain voters, many of whom, though typically younger and better educated, feel as powerless, angry and betrayed as their counterparts on the other side”, but also ignored “an arrogant Leave elite, the Brexiteers”.  Every day brings further revelations about their motivation, role and reach at work in British politics and its decision-making processes. Surely, for example, it is important for the British public, and not them alone, to be alert to the foreign and domestic backers of Tommy Robinson as well as to his plans?

But looking more closely at Goodwin’s argument in UnHerd, there is one additional strand in his framing of the Brexit debate here which sure enough leads him inexorably to “Diversity [as] a Threat”, despite the fact that as a filter, it can only be self-defeating with regard to the very “deliberation and input from across society” which Goodwin and Eatwell seek. It is an argument that by the same token plunges us back into the increasingly stark choice of our times between horizontal empowerment and the monocultural National Us with which my argument began.

The strand begins by narrowing in on a particular definition of the UK’s excluded and unrepresented:

“ you will see record numbers of women and ethnic minorities in the corridors of power. This should be applauded. But when it comes to others in society, who have also been the most likely to vote for national populists ­– the working-class and non-graduates – it is an entirely different story.”

These are the people that Trump, Farage, Salvini and Le Pen claim to speak for, and Goodwin says that they “have a point.” However it is a rather selective point, if we consider the strange Leaver coalition which actually spatched together genuine victims of austerity and internationalisation with much more affluent leavers in the southern counties nostalgic for a Greater Britain. This is then accompanied by an equally selective definition of the defining opposition:

“As those with advanced qualifications have acquired more representation and power, governments have over time become more empathetic toward their desires and shaped more around ‘cosmopolitan standards’.”

Soon we are presented with the European elites, including those in the UK, backing everyone but their own working class and non-graduates, due to their ‘cosmopolitan standards’. This makes a certain sense, given that:

“ while 57% of elites across Europe felt that immigration had been good for their respective country only 25% of voters felt the same way. Political, business and media elites were far more likely to feel they had benefited from being in the EU, to back further integration and support refugees and the role of Islam in Europe.”

Education plays a crucial role in this division. But the role that it plays has nothing to do with the way that a technocratic political class hand in hand with their media might manipulate the fears of the less educated to consolidate their power, leaving only the better educated relatively unscathed. Instead, Goodwin quotes Boven and Wille approvingly, whose study of ‘diploma democracy’ in the Netherlands (2011), was broadened to cover Europe in 2017. Their concern is that education is exclusionary at the level of political debate:

“In a diploma democracy the well-educated voice resonates much more strongly at the ballot box; in deliberative sessions and expert meetings; in parliaments and cabinets”.

and their conclusion that the educated can moreover, be narrowly self-interested:

“Yet whereas Plato’s idealised ruling class was an ascetic brotherhood working for the common good in small city states, today’s rulers are increasingly cosmopolitan, insular and at times self-serving.”

There are many reasons why political representation is in crisis today, and an inability to serve the common good must be a dominant factor. But can a cosmopolitan tendency really bear the explanatory weight that it is given here? It is a convenient descriptive, to be sure, since a sense of relative ease with ‘the other’ is perhaps the sole factor seeming to unite the advantage of EU membership with further European integration, welcoming refugees and being happy to live side by side with people of the Muslim faith. Moreover, in itself, the consequent willingness to accept change provides a ready if not obviously irresponsible point of contrast to the “socially conservative views” that Eatwell informs us are “common” among national populist supporters and “deeply held”.

However, for researchers so alert to homogenising biases and stereotypes, this choice of unifying trait seems hasty, if only and in particular because everything we might assume about the self-serving nature of political élites today suggests a marked inability to empathise with another ‘other’ – namely the very people whom Goodwin and Eatwell have committed themselves to understanding, caring about and empowering. Why draw the ‘cosmopolitan’ line at them?

Yet this is where Goodwin’s argument ends, in a quotation carefully chosen to urge an opponent that by now is a curious amalgam of European élites and ‘the liberal left’, to “reflect on” the “pluralist heaven” of the former and their distance from the real people:

“The academic E.E. Schattschneider once observed that a key risk that faces democracies is that they become dominated by the privileged and ignore the less well off. “The flaw in the pluralist heaven is that the heavenly chorus sings with a strong upper-class accent”, he wrote. Today, the heavenly chorus might sing with a middle-class accent, but its members are now holding degree certificates.”

Goodwin’s preoccupation with education and representation gives this choice of antagonists a particular twist, but the framing underlying this strand of argument is familiar enough. It is the opposition between rooted Somewhere people and rootless Anywhere people packaged by David Goodhart, and chosen as Book of the Year for 2017 by The Guardian and the Economist, just in time to be coopted into Theresa May’s campaign to become prime minister as her own personal brand of patriotism: “If you believe you are a citizen of the world, you are a citizen of nowhere.”

The Road to Somewhere, as Jon Bloomfield points out in his highly critical openDemocracy review, relies on a similar “mixture of selective facts and figures” to construct Goodhart’s particular version of a divided society, in which the working class is pitted against an “Anywheres” category that lumps together “everyone from those who go on to do low grade office and administrative work through to hedge fund managers and senior executives” via three years at university which are “apparently sufficiently formative to mould all these diverse people into one homogenous bloc”.

Here too, an “unbridgeable gulf between the working and professional classes” takes centre stage, moving neoliberal globalisation, financial crisis, the concerted austerity drive and forty years of changing attitudes conveniently to one side, while it invokes a timeless “bedrock” and yes, the unitary National Us.

Here too Jon Bloomfield finds the far right being treated with “kid gloves” in the process. Goodwin and Eatwell are eager to abjure words such as ‘racist’ or ‘fascist’ to describe UKIP members, the far right and populism in general, though they may not have anticipated UKIP’s most recent ‘metamorphosis into an outright, unapologetic far-right party’ at the advice of the Bannonite ‘Tommy Robinson’, now explicitly aiming to head up an aggrieved majoritarian movement in response to what he calls the ‘Great Brexit Betrayal’. Goodhart, before them, had designated UKIP, Trump and Le Pen alike “decent populists”, arguing that “UKIP and the Front National have been dragged sharply to the left in recent years” and that Trump is no “white supremacist”.

But the selective concern with some dangers and not with others is not the only problem with this approach. When it comes to democratic debate, foregrounding “pluralist heaven” as a no-go-area can only lead to a series of missed opportunities.

The immigration debate

Take Roger Eatwell’s call for a “bottom-up” conversation “about immigration and how best to live together.”

In his attempt to persuade us that “the vast majority of British people are ‘balancers’ who recognise the rights of genuine asylum seekers and need for migration”, Eatwell is surely right to ask his readers not to assume that racism is at play among the “many voters” for whom immigration is indeed “a major concern” and to seek to understand what is. One example we are asked to give a sympathetic hearing to is that national populist supporters think immigrants “should be expected to assimilate into the dominant culture, which many people still strongly identify with (though their conceptions of Britishness often differ).” The closing qualification here is a mere aside, the postscript of a scrupulous researcher. But isn’t Eatwell neglecting a more interesting line of inquiry? Looked at another way, conceptions of Britishness in the plural pose challenging questions about how coherent the ‘dominant culture’ is in our ‘hyper-diverse’ modern societies; questions about who is to decide which Britishness should dominate; and about who decides, if at all, who should assimilate to what?

Furthermore, if we admit that the plurality here is a reality and not a cosmopolitan indulgence, couldn’t this recognition precisely take us in the direction of a mutually vulnerable, inclusive debate, open to ‘the other’ – in which even migrants or Europeans might have something to contribute to our changing perceptions of who British people are?

Eatwell, in fact, agrees. His article concludes with an “urgent” call for a serious “bottom-up” conversation about “a new and more inclusive conception of national identity” that can “combine old aspects of British identity with the new realities of migration and multicultural communities”. But much more effort goes into urging educated readers to understand assumptions about assimilation, than goes into exploring what it would take in a democracy to have such a serious conversation that could change people’s minds. Which brings us back to the whole question of  ‘contact’.

This missed opportunity occurs when Eatwell is mapping concerns over immigration. He explains that “Concerns are often greatest in areas where people have recently arrived, or where there are fears about such an influx”, or where, as in a South Wales former mining village, “The only foreigners were inside the Daily Mail”.  He moves on to the apparent anomaly that “the Brexit vote was often lowest in parts of Britain, like London which have relatively large ethnic minorities”, and provides one possible explanation, nodding to “social-psychological ‘contact theory” which “holds that over time people from different ethnic groups accommodate to each other through direct interaction.”

But again, wouldn’t we do well to linger? Isn’t the contrast at work here the same one that underpins the choice between two ways of building community with which I began my argument: on the one hand the horizontal empowerment of direct citizen involvement as a contact sport, working across borders and boundaries over time; and on the other, the rapid balloonings of the imagined monocultural National Us, under sudden threat from some imagined but never quite encountered enemy? If it is true that ‘contact’ makes such a difference, and bearing in mind for example, how every partial and selective version of the Brexit debate proliferates its own lethal enemy images, then mustn’t this be one priority for the proactively implemented “suite of packages” that Goodwin calls for, adding to his emphasis on what the populists get right, an accompanying emphasis on the need to be “exposed to different perspectives” that is pretty well indistinguishable from “cosmopolitan standards.”

Goodwin and Eatwell are always worth reading, because their work contains so many of the relevant facts. Take for example, Goodwin’s scrupulous qualification to his proposal for “making greater use of local referendums”, that “Such initiatives would not necessarily halt populism, as countries like Switzerland with its long tradition of direct democracy show.” So what advance on local referenda is conducive to the “meaningful discussion among citizens about political reform” that Goodwin seeks, that might respond to the “lack of voice” and sense of “distant elites that united many Leave voters”?

Turn your back on pluralist encounter, or fail to question “assimilation” and are you really helping anybody? Isn’t it at least worth wondering what would happen if we dropped the Somewhere: Anywhere binary, and thought instead about a deeply polarised but hugely diverse society, divided between people like the leavers and remainers brought together in the Citizens Assembly on Brexit in Manchester last September, who were relieved to hear each other out, able to change their minds, and honoured to have the opportunity to think about the interests of the country as a whole; and those who are determined neither to persuade or to be persuaded, for whom reliance on force of number, a strong man, crashing out of the EU, or failing these, the lurking possibility of violence, seem the only hope?

If that is truer to the reality in which we live, as I believe, then a framing of debate that pits those who are privileged by dint of their sheer capacity for debate against those who are not, perversely leaves national populist supporters with little to fall back on but stubborn silence and a gathering sense of betrayal. Eatwell asks us not to “ignore the views of national populist voters who have relatively low levels of education, and are not greatly interested in politics” – fair enough as far as it goes. But in this reductive straitjacket of a stand-off, don’t we begin to ask ourselves what is cause and what is effect? Framing the immigration debate in a way that assumes assimilation is the name of the game can only exacerbate the unpreparedness and fears of people panicking at the prospect of further, disempowering change. “Brexit means Brexit” is such a counterproductive dictum of majority reassurance precisely because it promises that you won’t have to change your mind. “Stopping Brexit”, reversing it or getting it over and done with plays exactly to the same humiliations and sense of powerlessness. So why should people be interested in politics, or democracy, when it only offers further loss of control over their lives?

Cas Mudde writes this week in openDemocracy that, “Today, the far right has established itself at the center of European politics, while scholarship is predominantly “neutral”, although most scholars remain hostile to the far right itself (but increasingly sympathetic to its voters).” Unfortunately, it seems true that these scholars also prefer to dwell on our need to understand the “strong identification” of such voters with a non-existent or imaginary monocultural National Us, at a time when Tommy Robinson is busy inflating that balloon, by claiming that his far right will lead “the 52% who opted for leave in the referendum”.

Aren’t we doing Robinson’s work for him, when we encourage people to ignore the diversity in their own ranks; when we reassure people that they don’t have to change their minds or take minority viewpoints into account; and when we create an enemy image out of the ‘other’? 

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Para destruir la pequeña y mediana empresa (las que crean empleo en España) ya están las transnacionales, la banca privada y los gobiernos ineptos.

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Insultando al articulista no convences. No argumentas.
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Llegas cuatro décadas tarde.

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Pones un enlace de un libro que no se incluye en Wikipedia.
es.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mezquita-catedral_de_Córdoba

De todas maneras, la bibliografía que aparece en la Wikipedia no necesariamente es la más fiable, documentada y objetiva.
Si necesitas ayuda para buscar bibliografía adecuada, dímelo.
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