Thursday, February 28, 2013

Neighbourhood South glossary now online

The glossary of words commonly used in the EU’s relations with its European Neighbourhood partners in the South, put together by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre, is available online in pdf format.

The Neighbourhood South glossary includes over 40 references and exists in English, French and Arabic. It covers political, technical and other words and terms one may come across when writing about or dealing with the Southern Neighbourhood.

The references and definitions have hyperlinks leading back to an official EU or other source from which more information is available, including material produced by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre, such as interviews.

The EU Neighbourhood Info Centre recently updated its general Neighbourhood Glossary, covering both South and East. It is available online in English, French, Arabic and Russian.

Other glossaries and guides are also available on the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre website, in a section regularly updated. 

These are: 
a EuropeAid glossary for civil society and development aid; 
Thematic glossaries prepared by various Directorates General on issues ranging from education to business; Eurojargon that explains words used in daily EU talk ('eurospeak'); 
an EU glossary explaining technical and legal terms; 
an EC thematic index with general terms; 
and Acronyms of EC Directorates-General and Services.

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Thursday, February 28, 2013

Neighbourhood South glossary now online

The glossary of words commonly used in the EU’s relations with its European Neighbourhood partners in the South, put together by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre, is available online in pdf format.

The Neighbourhood South glossary includes over 40 references and exists in English, French and Arabic. It covers political, technical and other words and terms one may come across when writing about or dealing with the Southern Neighbourhood.

The references and definitions have hyperlinks leading back to an official EU or other source from which more information is available, including material produced by the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre, such as interviews.

The EU Neighbourhood Info Centre recently updated its general Neighbourhood Glossary, covering both South and East. It is available online in English, French, Arabic and Russian.

Other glossaries and guides are also available on the EU Neighbourhood Info Centre website, in a section regularly updated. 

These are: 
a EuropeAid glossary for civil society and development aid; 
Thematic glossaries prepared by various Directorates General on issues ranging from education to business; Eurojargon that explains words used in daily EU talk ('eurospeak'); 
an EU glossary explaining technical and legal terms; 
an EC thematic index with general terms; 
and Acronyms of EC Directorates-General and Services.

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