Here you can find information about different webpages and channels for EU information.
FIND INFORMATION ON EU
European Parliament: The sole democratically elected EU institution..
The European Parliaments information center in Sweden.
EU Commission representation in Sweden EU’s leading institution charged with law-making and policy development.
Culture Contact SwedenHere you can find information on EU’s cultural program
Europe Direct International Here you can get help with issues concerning EU. You can also call 00800 67 891011 or 08 505 98846 (both free of charge)
Europe Direct Office in Sweden
Work at EU institutionsHere you find information in how to find EU jobb.
Summary of EU law (EUR-lex) These summaries describe the most important aspects of EU law, policies and activities. They are to be easy read, concrete and target the interested public. The summaries are for EU’s 32 most important policy areas.
Glossary (EUR-lex)List of words with definitions from EUR-lex, the entry to EU-law
Here can children learn more about EU and their rights through games.
EU’s official webpage. Information about the different policy areas, to live in EU, EU law, as well as facts and numbers..
EU’s webpages för individuals on travels, work and pension, to live abroad, education, health, vehicles, private matters and consumer protection
An independent unit within the Swedish Consumers institution which gives advices and information to consumers on EU trade.
Your Europe- Legal counselling
A legal counselling service for the public. Questions are answered by independent legal experts assigned by the EU commission. You can ask questions on all the official EU-languages. They are knowledgeable in both EU law and each EU country’s national legislation.
DIFFERENT FUNDS FOR THE CULTURAL SECTOR
The Network IETM and On the Move have produced two publications for project coordinators and artists. The publication have been created to inform on the different aid programs relevant for your project.
On the Move – Funding guide for the International Mobility of Artists and Culture Professionalsin Sweden