14 avril 2013

Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) Secretariat, Chairs and Vice-Chair

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The team representing the Armenian Bologna Follow-Up Group Secretariat includes eight permanent members, who are committed to the mission of ensuring professional and neutral support to further the consolidation of the European Higher Education Area (EHEA), under the exclusive authority of the Bologna Follow-Up Group (BFUG) and its Co-Chairs and Vice-Chair.
The central task of the Bologna  Follow-Up Group Secretariat is to support the work of the Bologna Follow-up Group, within all BFUG sub-structures. The Secretariat provides first draft agendas for BFUG meetings for decision by the BFUG Chairs on which items are to be included for discussion. The Secretariat also plays a significant role in drafting official documents within the European Higher Education Area and provides background discussion documents, liaising with relevant authors as appropriate.
The Secretariat circulates the invitation, agenda and relevant papers for BFUG, Board and working groups/ networks meetings. It provides to the participants information on practical arrangements for meetings in consultation with the Chairs, and, during meetings can take responsibility for practical arrangements in cooperation with the hosts, if necessary. The Secretariat drafts the minutes of BFUG/ Board and working groups/ network meetings for clearance by the Chairs and circulates them for comments and subsequent adoption by BFUG/Board at the next meeting.
Another task of the Secretariat that has become increasingly important is to provide up-to-date and reliable information about the Bologna Process and the European Higher Education Area (for both a European and a non-European audience) and to maintain an electronic EHEA archive. To fulfil those functions, the Secretariat maintains the permanent European Higher Education Area website (www.ehea.info), ensuring that up to date information is made available at all times for the BFUG and to the wider public.
While the Chair of the Bologna Process rotates every six months, the Secretariat provides continuity in following the implementation of the agreed BFUG work plan between consecutive EHEA Ministerial meetings.
The Secretariat carries on its activities in close communication with the BFUG through its official representatives (Chairs, Vice-Chairs, Chairs of the Working Groups/Networks) and rests exclusively on their guidance and the mandate given by the BFUG for direction setting in the preparation work.
Composition of the Armenian Bologna Follow-Up Group Secretariat:
Head of the Secretariat: 

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Members of the Secretariat:
  Sahakanush            Hayk                         Edgar                  Ani                         Ani 
     Sargsyan            Sargsyan                Harutyunyan        Hakobyan                  Hovhannisyan
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  Marta                             Astghik
Simonyan                    Karakhanyan
 Bio note                    Bio note
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With the Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve Communiqué the Ministers decided that in the future, the Bologna Process would be co-chaired by the country holding the EU presidency and a non-EU country. To put this decision into practice, the Bologna Follow-up Group at its meeting in Stockholm on 28-29 September 2009 agreed:
• to treat the EU Presidency and the non-EU country as two chairs (rather than as chair and co-chair) to signal very clearly that the Bologna Process will be chaired on equal footing by the EU Presidency and a non-EU country.
• to leave it to each chairing team to define the exact division of tasks between the two chairs and the vice chair(s)
• to start the new chairing arrangement on 1 July 2010.
• to apply the alphabetical order when designating the chair from a non-EU country.
• to adjust the composition of the BFUG Board by replacing the three elected members with the outgoing, present and incoming non-EU chairs.
This will result in the following chairing arrangement up to the next Ministerial Meeting in 2012, at the occasion of which the arrangement should be evaluated and further established for the period until the following Ministerial Meeting in 2015.

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Qualifications Frameworks/Three-Cycle System

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Qualifications frameworks describe the qualifications of an education system and how they interlink. National qualifications frameworks describe what learners should know, understand and be able to do on the basis of a given qualification as well as how learners can move from one qualification to another within a system. Read more.

Armenia, Austria, Belgium/French Community Federation Wallonia-Brussels, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, BUSINESSEUROPE, European Commission, Education International, ENQA, EQAR, ESU, EUA, EURASHE.
Representatives of sub structures under the Structural Reforms WG should be involved in its work as required.
The Working Group on Structural Reforms is mandated to develop proposals for policy and practice aiming to improve instruments for structural reform (QF, QA, recognition of qualifications, transparency instruments) and the coherence between the main elements of structural reform within the European Higher Education Area as well as to oversee and advice the BFUG on the implementation of structural reforms.
The Working Group should consider structural reforms in relation to the major purposes of higher education:
    Preparing for employment;
    Preparing for life as active citizens in democratic societies;
    Personal development;
    The development and maintenance of a broad, advanced knowledge base;
as well as the three missions:
    teaching and learning;
    service to society. 
It should furtherbe guided by the following policy considerations:
    Students, employers and society at large want more objective, reliable and high quality information about higher education;
    There is an increasing societal expectation of Higher Education Institutions that they enhance the employability of graduates and provide students with skills relevant to the labour market;
    There is a need to adapt the Bologna goals and instruments for structural reforms to the ever changing context of higher education and of our societies and to the evolving needs within the EHEA;
    There is a need to build trust and confidence in higher education;
    The relationship between the structural reforms developed within the EHEA and their impact on other regions needs to be considered;
    There is a need for a more supportive environment for academic staff and students;
    Higher Education needs to contribute to Lifelong Learning.
Specific Tasks

    Consider and make recommendations on specific issues of policy and practice related to quality assurance, qualifications frameworks, recognition of qualifications and transparency instruments and their mutual interaction;
     Consider how the development and implementation of learning outcomes impact on and may strengthen the coherence between the policy areas covered by the WG;
     In consultation with the ENIC and NARIC Networks and the Network of national QF correspondents, develop policy proposals aiming to improve the interaction between qualifications frameworks and the recognition of qualifications;
    The EQF Advisory Group and the BFUG working group on Structural Reforms, in co-operation with ENQA and EQAVET, should review and make proposals to strengthen the common principles of quality assurance to be applied across HE and VET.
    Develop policy proposals aiming to improve transparency instruments for describing individual qualifications as well as higher education systems, in particular as concerns the Diploma Supplement and the ECTS.  In this, the Working Group should establish cooperation with the institutions and bodies charged with the oversight and implementation of the relevant transparency instruments;
     As appropriate, provide input to the WGs responsible for mobility and internationalization; the social dimension and lifelong learning on the role of structural reforms as well as to the Working Group on implementation in furthering the goals of these groups;
    Consider and make recommendations on the interaction between the structural reforms and transversal issues, i.a. employability and the global dimension;
    Consider and make recommendations concerning third cycle qualifications, the review the ECTS Users’ Guide, the Recognition of Prior Learning and the implementation of qualifications frameworks on the basis of proposals by the relevant sub structures.
    Consider and make proposals concerning joint degrees and programmes on the basis of suggestion by a small ad-hoc group reporting to the working groups on Structural Reforms and Mobility and Internationalization.
    Comment, as appropriate, on draft amendments to the European Standards and Guidelines prepared by the Steering Committee (E4 plus EQAR, EI, BUSINESSEUROPE).
    Help identify and set priorities for peer learning activities concerning structural reforms;
    Organize, or stimulate the organization of, Bologna conferences, mini-seminars, peer learning activities and events on issues related to structural reforms;
    Consider developments in relation to EQAR-registered quality assurance agencies operating in countries other than their countries of origin and make policy proposals or recommendations, as appropriate;
    As appropriate, commission research to support its work;
    Maintain contact with and, as needed, oversee the work of any sub groups established to address specific aspects of structural reforms;
    Advice the BFUG on any issues referred to it by the BFUG;
    Submit proposals to the 2015 Ministerial conference, through the BFUG, aiming to improve the coherence of the structural reforms within the EHEA.
Last Update

2012-2015 ToR_Structural Reforms WG.
News and documents.
Contact Person
Sjur BERGAN – Council of Europe 
Noël Vercruysse – Belgium/Flemish Community
Friedrich Bechina – Holy See
Bartłomiej Banaszak – Poland

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Reporting on the Bologna Process Implementation

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Austria, Belgium/Flemish Community, Finland, France, Germany, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova, Norway, Romania, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, BUSINESSEUROPE, EC, EI, ENQA, EQAR, ESU, EUA, EURASHE, EUROSTAT, EUROSTUDENT and EURYDICE.

To further refine the methodology of monitoring and measuring progress:
to provide reliable, comparable data and to take stock of progress towards realising the European Higher Education Area and the strategy "Mobility for better learning";
to make further progress in the construction of a structured and standardised monitoring system consisting of indicators and qualitative analysis
to allow for comparisons to be made between countries and to allow for monitoring changes over time within countries as well as between countries; 
To prepare an overall report on the implementation of the Bologna Process for 2015, integrating data collected by EUROSTAT, EUROSTUDENT and EURYDICE.
Specific Tasks

To analyse the experience in data collection and processing in the 2009-2012 period with a view to optimize and further improve the methodology;
To identify the key issues to be covered by the report and the way in which they should be addressed (quantifiable indicators or qualitative analysis) according to the call of ministers to "more targeted data collection and referencing against common indicators, particularly on:
the social dimension,
lifelong learning,
portability of grants/loans and
student and staff mobility."
To specify the indicators to measure progress in the 2012-2015 period and data required;
To define the survey questionnaire which should
be based on a refined 2009-2012 questionnaire where possible to ensure continuty;
allow collection of information from the Bologna countries including the areas ministers underlinned above.
To assist Eurydice in drafting the overall report for approval by the BFUG in advance of the 2015 ministerial conference.
Last Update

2012 Report on the Implementation of the Bologna Process .
BFUG_HU_AD_24_9.1a Reporting timeline.
BFUG_HU_AD_24_9.1b_Reporting WG update.
2012-2015 ToR_Reporting on the Implementation of the Bologna Process WG.
Reporting Timeline 2012-2015.
News and documents.
Contact Person

Germain Dondelinge
r- Luxembourg
Andrejs Rauhvargers
- Latvia.

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Recognition of Prior Learning European Network

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The Network consists of 44 members representing 24 EHEA countries and 20 organisations.

To help promote and inform the effective use and practice of RPL across  the EHEA member countries.
To provide a means for member countries to share and learn from policies and practice across wider Europe in relation to RPL development.
To build links between EHEA countries at various stages in RPL development.
Specific Tasks

To work within this definition of RPL: RPL is the process for recognising previous learning that has taken place in informal, formal or non-formal contexts: for example, in the workplace and through life experiences. Once recognised through this process, prior learning can be used to gain credit or exemption for qualifications, and/or for personal and career development.
To build upon the existing evidence base provided by CEDEFOP and OBSERVAL through the collation of evidence on the use and impact of RPL in the Bologna countries, and through considering how cross-border RPL might be fostered.
To allow educators, practitioners and policy-makers working in RPL to share practice and inform progress.
To hold workshops in which practitioners can share and explore ways in which RPL can:
    1. best support student-centred learning, flexible learning paths, lifelong learning, and widening participation agendas across the Bologna process;
    2. help support issues such as employer engagement and workforce development in Bologna.
To facilitate bilateral or multilateral engagement between countries and organisations on RPL areas of mutual interest.
To link with other countries developing RPL.
To consider the conclusions and recommendations from the 2010 RPL seminar (see below) and how these might best be taken forward.  The full seminar report is available on the EHEA website (www.ehea.info).
To liaise with other relevant networks and working groups, in particular the BFUG Working Group on Structural Reforms
Last Update

BFUG_HU_AD_24_9.7 RPL Network update.
BFUG_PL_AM_26_4.9_RPL Network update.
News and documents.
Contact Person
Raul Ranne - Estonia
Heather Gibson - United Kingdom (Scotland)
Ruth Whittaker - United Kingdom (Scotland)
QAA Scotland
is a key partner in the development of the RPL work.

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Network of NQF Correspondents

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1- All countries of the EHEA are invited to appoint one or more members of the Network. Members should have responsibilities as concerns the development and implementation of the national qualifications framework in their home countries. In cases where countries develop comprehensive frameworks, the responsibilities of the national correspondent(s) should include the higher education part of the national framework. Where the national correspondents do not have overall responsibility for the development and implementation of the comprehensive framework, they should maintain close contacts with those exercising this responsibility and/or with the National Contact points of the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF).
2- The European Commission and CEDEFOP are invited to participate in the meetings of the Network with specific reference to their responsibility for the implementation of the European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF) and the follow-up of developments of national qualifications framework for lifelong learning.
3- Consultative members of the BFUG as well as the ENIC Bureau/NARIC Advisory Board and the European Training Foundation are also invited to participate in the plenary meetings of the Network.
The Chair may invite individual experts or organizations to participate in meetings of the Network on an ad hoc basis and with specific reference to their role in relation to one or more items of the agenda of that meeting.

The Network should facilitate the sharing of experience in the development of national qualifications frameworks compatible with the overarching framework of qualifications of the EHEA (QF-EHEA) as well as with the EQF. It should provide a forum for national correspondents to exchange experience and to discuss issues of particular relevance to the development and implementation of national frameworks. The Network should seek to further cooperation with the National Coordination Points (NCPs) of the EQF. It should report to the BFUG on its activities and may submit suggestions on policy and practice concerning qualifications frameworks.
Specific Tasks

    further contacts and cooperation between national correspondents of member countries;
    further the exchange of experience and provide a platform for discussion of issues of particular relevance to the development and implementation of national frameworks compatible with the QF-EHEA;
    as required, offer advice on the development and implementation of national frameworks compatible with the QF-EHEA;
    further and stimulate cooperation with the EQF-LLL, in particular with its National Coordination Points;
    exchange experience with and provide mutual support for the self certification of national qualifications frameworks;
    stimulate the organization of Bologna conferences and events on issues related to qualifications frameworks and its relation with other key elements of the process as learning outcomes, Quality assurance….
    as appropriate, advice the BFUG on matters concerning qualifications frameworks;
    coordinate requests for assistance, including as regards self certification of national frameworks against the overarching framework of qualifications of the EHEA.
Last Update
2012-2015 ToR_Network of National Correspondents.
News and documents.
Contact Person
Jean-Philippe RESTOUEIX - Council of Europe

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NESSIE - Network of Experts on Student Support in Europe

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Austria, Belgium (Flemish Community), Belgium (French Community), Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Finland - KELA, France, Georgia, Germany, Ireland, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Montenegro, The Netherlands, Norway, Norway - State Education Loan Fund, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Sweden - CSN, UK/EWNI, UK/Scotland.

The European Students' Union,
European Commission (DGEAC)
European University Association
BFUG Secretariat

To promote the portability of grants and loans in order to facilitate greater mobility of students across the European Higher Education Area
To support the related objectives of achieving more balanced flows of incoming and outgoing students across the European Higher Education Area and an improved participation rate from diverse student groups
To offer practical solutions for member countries in implementing schemes of portable student support
To share information on developments in relation to the portability of student grants and loans in order to ensure balanced and sustainable mechanisms to support the mobility of students
To raise issues of common concern in relation to the portability of student supports
Specific Tasks

The Co-Chairs – three countries (currently, Germany, Norway, Romania) jointly share the tasks of organising, chairing and structuring the network.
Data exchange – development of a mechanism for facilitating the exchange of data between student support agencies in participating countries in order to ensure balanced and sustainable mechanisms to support the mobility of students. 
Database of information – comparable information on grants and loans systems in various European countries is collected by the network and maintained, together with individual contact addresses in ministries and grants/loans agencies, in a password-protected section on the Bologna website.  The network proposes to extend this activity to providing information tailored for public consumption on the non-password protected section of the Bologna website.
Query response mechanism – this informal electronic forum for sharing policy and practical information has evolved as part of the ongoing e-mail communication within the network.  It has become an important tool for informing policy and effectively functions as a European grants and loans query response mechanism.
Liaison – in response to paragraph 19 of the ministerial communiqué of Leuven/Louvain-la-Neuve, the network proposes to liaise with the Bologna Social Dimension Working Group to examine how the portability of student grants and loans might facilitate greater mobility of diverse student groups.
Outcomes: NESSIE's Country Information Templates - available here
Last Update

News and documents.
Contact Person
Torill Maseide - Norway
Bjørn Rossevatn - Norway
Andreas Schepers - Germany
Juliane Reimers - Germany
Marilena Din - Romania.

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Ad-Hoc Working Group on Mobility and Internationalisation

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The group will be made up of a wide range of countries and should be balanced with regard to EU and Non-EU Bologna countries, geography and size. The group should include members of the 2010-2012 working group as well as new members.
The following countries expressed their willingness to participate in the WG:
Armenia, Belgium/Flemish Community, Belgium/French Community, Denmark, Finland, Jolita Butkienė (Lithuania), Poland, the Netherlands,Turkey, Council of Europe, ENQA, ESU.
To contribute to the implementation of the EHEA Strategy “Mobility for better Learning” at national and European level and to assist in the reporting to Ministers in 2015 on the progress made,
To support countries in their national implementation efforts regarding the mobility strategy,
To contribute to the evaluation of the strategy “EHEA in a Global Setting” and to the further internationalisation of the EHEA,
To review the Bologna Policy concept with the aim of further improving policy dialogue with non-EHEA countries.
Specific Tasks

To propose to the BFUG guidelines on staff mobility, including a definition of “staff” and an analysis of current barriers to staff mobility, such as transferability of pensions and social security benefits, as well as a set of potential measures to overcome them,
To contribute to the national implementation of selected measures of the mobility strategy, such as dealing with cases of imbalanced mobility, by facilitating peer learning, exchange of good practices and regional cooperation,
To explore options of improving the information on study programmes and admission systems in the EHEA (measure 8 of the mobility strategy),
To examine ways of overcoming existing mobility obstacles, such as improving visa and immigration procedures and the application of transparency instruments,
 To develop a policy proposal for a specific European accreditation approach for Joint programmes, which should be applied to all those Joint programmes that are subject to compulsory programme accreditation at national level,
To explore whether a common approach on the portability of grants, loans and scholarships is feasible and to be recommended,
To contribute to the reporting exercise on the implementation of the mobility strategy, in particular by assisting the WG on reporting in drafting a suitable questionnaire as well as by proposing conclusions on the progress made and further action,
To examine options of assessing and improving the international attractiveness of the EHEA and to propose a target on mobility into the EHEA,
To propose to the BFUG guidelines for further internationalisation developments in the EHEA.
To help identify and set priorities for peer learning activities concerning structural reforms.
Last Update

BFUG_HU_AD_24_9.2a_Mobility WG update.
BFUG_HU_AD_24_9.2b Mobility timeline.
Working Paper on Mobility Strategy 2020 for EHEA.
2009-2012 Mobility WG Report.
EHEA Mobility Strategy 2020.
2012-2015 ToR_Mobility and Internationalisation WG.
News and documents.
Contact Person

Peter GREISLER – Germany
Gottfried Bacher – Austria
Adrian Curaj – Romania
Luis Delgado – Spain.

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Ad-Hoc Working Group on the Third Cycle

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The following countries/organisations are members of the Ad-hoc WG:
Armenia, Austria, Belgium/Flemish Community, Belgium/French Community, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, Holy See, Hungary, Ireland, Moldova, Poland, Ukraine, United Kingdom, EUA, EI, European Commission, EURODOC.
Map the current implementation of the third cycle in the EHEA, in the light of the “Salzburg II recommendations” and the Principles for Innovative Doctoral Training;
Formulate policy proposals to promote quality, transparency, employability and mobility in the third cycle, on the basis of the outcomes of the previous point and taking into account the developments foreseen within the ERA by Horizon 2020 and other EU initiatives.
Formulate policy proposals to improve the transition between the second and the third cycle, with the aim to strengthen the link between education and research.
Specific Tasks

1.    In cooperation with EUA and the European Commission, analyse the current state of doctoral studies in EHEA countries, taking account of the two reference documents – the Salzburg II Recommendations and the Principles for Innovative Doctoral Training.
2.    Starting from the information provided by the existing National Qualifications Frameworks, map: i) the diverse kind of third cycle degrees offered by HEIs and possible pathways connecting them; ii) different types of doctoral programs in order to formulate  policy proposals to improve existing models and instruments.
3.    Explore and make proposals  for strengthening  the link between the second cycle and third cycle in order to facilitate progression, the development of research competencies and timely recruitment to doctoral programs.
4.    Explore and make proposals concerning  quality and quality assurance procedures in Doctoral training, in cooperation with relevant stakeholders.
5.    Formulate policy proposals to increase the use of existing transparency tools for third cycle degrees, based on existing good practices in the field, and explore new instruments to increase transparency of third cycle degrees.
6.    Examine third cycle degrees with the view to identify , with a specific focus on Doctoral studies, the barriers and incentives to international mobility and define policy proposals for improvement.
7.    Analyse the results achieved by the different profiles of third cycle degrees offered, with a specific focus on Doctoral Degrees, and define policy proposals to improve their employability.
Make other policy proposals related to the third cycle, as appropriate, such as sustainable funding for third cycle education or candidate recruitment practices.
Last Update

2012-2015 ToR_Third Cycle Ad-Hoc WG.
News and documents.
Contact Person
Nicola Vittorio - Italy
Marzia Foroni - Italy
Gloria Molero - Spain
Cezar Haj – Romania

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Ad-Hoc Working Group on the Revision of the ECTS Users' Guide

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Armenia, Austria, Belgium/Flemish Community, Germany, France, Hungary, Italy, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Moldova, Sweden, Ukraine, UK, EUA, EURASHE, ESU, ENQA
To prepare a revised version of the ECTS Users' Guide by mid-2014, by reflecting on policy development and implementation in the area of ECTS and learning outcomes since the previous revision of the ECTS Users' Guide in 2009, giving consideration to issues such as the following (and including in its scope further issues to be identified in consultation with the Working Group and external experts):
    Linking ECTS better with student workload and learning outcomes
    ECTS in short-cycle provision, in 1st and 2nd cycle programmes of different length and in 3rd cycle
    Including the attainment of learning outcomes in assessment procedures
    Reflecting the developments in the area of the recognition of prior learning and with relation to the new EU Directive on Professional Qualifications
Reflecting on the use of the Grading table in Annex 3 of the current ECTS Users' Guide
Specific Tasks
    to identify in consultation with experts the key items to be reviewed
    to develop a revised version of the Guide
    to liaise with the Structural Working Group for their input
    to consult with external stakeholders
    to present a finalised draft to the Structural Working Group and the BFUG for adoption
Last Update
ECTS Guide
2012-2015 ToR_Revision of the ECTS Users' Guide Ad-Hoc WG.
News and documents.
Contact Person
Adam Tyson – European Commission
Klara Engels-Perenyi
– European Commission

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