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MyPublications is the first instalment of the Digital Toolbox on CVCE.eu. The Digital Toolbox enables users to re-use or customise the resources of CVCE.eu for their own purposes.

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The European Parliamentary Research Service, the Historical Archives of the European Parliament, the European Parliament Information Office in Luxembourg and the CVCE invite you to the ‘History of the EU’ round table, which will focus on ‘The impact of the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC) on Luxembourg and the European integration process’.

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For the CeCiL’s afterwork event this November, the Cercle Cité and the CVCE invite you to come along and take part in a quiz about Europe on 25 November 2015 to mark the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union.

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On 9 October in Blois, Henriette Heimbach presented the CVCE’s pilot project entitled ‘A new reading of primary sources via the digital analysis of social networks. The Werner Committee and the debates on European economic and monetary integration’ at the ‘Historians and digital technologies’ study day organised by the Humanistica association.

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In connection with the ‘Pierre Werner and Europe’ and ‘Histora’ research projects, Michel Camdessus, Honorary Governor of the Banque de France and Managing Director of the IMF for 13 years, gave an interview to the CVCE on 8 October.

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To coincide with the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the CVCE has recently published a series of interviews with former Luxembourg ambassadors in which they speak about the milestones in their diplomatic careers and the development of Luxembourg diplomacy within the European Union.

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Egon Bahr, a key figure in the German Social Democratic Party (SPD) who worked closely with Willy Brandt, passed away during the night of 19 to 20 August 2015.

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On Friday 3 July 2015, Jean-Claude Juncker, President of the European Commission, Xavier Bettel, Luxembourg Prime Minister and Minister of State, Étienne Schneider, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Economy, and Lydie Polfer, Mayor of the City of Luxembourg, officially launched the CVCE Europa Quiz.

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The CVCE and Sapienza University of Rome have recently signed a cultural and scientific cooperation agreement, which provides for cooperation in the fields of European economic history, European integration policy, EU institutional law and geopolitics.

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In connection with the European project SMILE, ‘Sharing Messina Ideal a Lesson for all Europe’, an academic meeting about the 1955 Messina Conference was held on 5 June 2015 in Messina.

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From 3 to 6 June 2015, the CVCE and its partners in the European project SMILE — ‘Sharing Messina Ideal a Lesson for all Europe’ were involved in the conference to mark the 60th anniversary of the 1955 Messina Conference: ‘Messina — Europa — Mediterraneo’.

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On 22 May, Viviane Reding, a Member of the European Parliament, was invited to the CVCE to give an interview in connection with both the ‘Pierre Werner and Europe’ research project and the project for the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the second half of 2015.

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On 19 May 2015, the CVCE awarded a prize to the winner of the competition organised in connection with the European project SMILE, Sharing Messina Ideal a Lesson for all Europe, which was set up to mark the 60th anniversary of the Messina Conference in June 1955.

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On 20 May 2015, in connection with the ‘Pierre Werner and Europe’ research project and the Oral history of European integration programme, the CVCE will be conducting an interview with Sir Brian Unwin.

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On 23 March 2015, Paolo Tedeschi, Assistant Professor in Economic History in the Department of Economics, Management and Statistics at the University of Milano-Bicocca and Visiting Researcher at the CVCE, gave a lecture entitled ‘A new European currency — a tool to strengthen or destroy the European Union? The consequences of an ill-informed public’.

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To mark the 60th anniversary of the Messina Conference, the CVCE and its partners in the SMILE European project are launching a competition to encourage young people to find out more about the past, present and future of the European integration process and to rediscover how Europe can meet their needs and expectations.

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