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Adoption of Agenda

Provisional agenda of Education, Youth, Culture and Sport Council in May 2013

Irene Matías

Adoption of the agenda

EDUCATION

Non-legislative activities

 The Social Dimension of Higher Education (Adoption of Council conclusions).

 Policy Support for the Teacher Educator Profession (Adoption of Council conclusions)

YOUTH

Non-legislative activities

  Optimising the role of youth policy and quality youth work in contributing to the goals of Europe 2020 (Policy debate).

 The contribution of quality and outcomes based youth work to young people´s development and well-being (Adoption of Council conclusions).

Maximising the potential of youth policy in achieving the goals of Europe 2020 (Adoption of Council conclusions).

 Youth on the Move Card initiative  (Adoption of a Council Recommendation).

CULTURE AND AUDIOVISUAL

Non-legislative activities

 Communication from the Commission on "Content in the Digital Single Market"  (Policy debate)

 Proposal for a Council Recommendation on European film heritage, cinema digitisation and content on line  (Progress report)

Connected TV  (Exchange of views)

CULTURE

Legislative deliberations

 Proposal for a Decision of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing a Union action for the European Capitals of Culture for the years 2020-2033 (First Reading: Political agreement).

 Proposal for a Revision of Council Directive 93/7/EEC on the return of cultural objects unlawfully removed from the territory of a Member State (First reading: Progress report).

Non-legislative activities

 Use of culture as a soft policy option in EU external relations (Policy debate)

SPORT

Non-legislative activities

  Dual careers for athletes (Adoption of Council conclusions) The Sustainable Financing of Sport (Policy debate)

ANY OTHER BUSINESS

Council Decision on the position taken by the European Union within the Committee on Cultural Cooperation set up by the Free Trade Agreement between the European Union and its Member States, of the one part, and the Republic of Korea, of the other part, as regards its establishment and the adoption of the rules of procedures of the Committee on Cultural Cooperation (Interinstitutional file: Adoption).

 Work programme of the incoming Presidency (Information from the Lithuanian delegation).

Of interest

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