This page is a collection of links to different online glossaries relevant to the topic of European information, European programmes or to the youth field.
A TO Z INDEX OF EUROPEAN UNION WEBSITES
This index is a guide to information on this website of the European Commission Delegation in Washington, as well as on all of the websites of the European Union's institutions and specialized agencies in Europe. Often, the links go to the home page or area on each site where the specified information can be found, rather than to a specific page.
Cordis Acronyms database
The RTD-Acromyms database serves as a compact dictionary for R&D related acronyms and abbreviations. These acronyms represent programmes, projects, organisations, databases, installations and other R&D related items.
EUABC - An EU dictionary for Internet users
Internet dictionary providing concise explanations of terms used in the EU debate with lots of useful links. Its aim is to inform people on the debate on the future of Europe. It includes many terms that relate to matters of political tension, controversy and debate.
The following glossary contains some 233 terms relating to European integration and the institutions and activities of the EU. The glossary is being updated given the recent signing of the Treaty of Lisbon.
IATE Inter-Active Terminology for Europe
IATE (= Inter-Active Terminology for Europe) is the EU inter-institutional terminology database. IATE has been used in the EU institutions and agencies since summer 2004 for the collection, dissemination and shared management of EU-specific terminology.
Plain language guide to Eurojargon
People within the EU institutions and in the media dealing with EU affairs often use 'eurojargon' words and expressions that they alone understand. This guide aims to explain some of these words and expressions.
Terminology of vocational training policy
This glossary has been prepared in collaboration with the European Training Foundation (Turin) and is intended for researchers and practitioners and more generally for all those involved in VET policy in Europe. It does not represent an exhaustive inventory of the terminology used by VET specialists; rather it identifies key terms that are essential for an understanding of current VET policy in Europe.
Youth In Action Programme - Information for applicants
This is the 2013 Youth in Action Programme guide. It is a tool for anybody who would like to participate in the Youth in Action Programme. It includes the necessary information about the priorities, actions and main features of the Programme as well as the criteria and conditions on how to participate.
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