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geoFluxus is an application that connects regional industrial waste producers with respective waste treatment facilities. It is a unique platform that maps, analyses and predicts where, how and which materials can be saved from becoming waste.
Terraincure is a Lithuanian initiative that maps out hiking routes, suited for patients recovering from COVID-19, in clean environments worldwide. Around 30% of recovered COVID-19 patients are subsequently diagnosed with respiratory disorders and 10% with circulatory disorders, and other 10% of asymptomatic patients experience long-term effects. By walking on rough terrain with gradual increases in distance and elevation, ideally in an environment unaffected by pollution, the circulatory and respiratory system can be rehabilitated and strengthened.
Open Court is a website designed to provide information such as the average number of cases a given court handles, the time a case lasts, the court workload, the average budget, and the experience of judges working in court. The website covers 49 courts in Lithuania, including the district courts, the district administrative courts, the Supreme Administrative Court, the Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court.
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The Data Spaces Blueprint , unveiled recently, marks a significant moment in the European Union's expansive data strategy. It is a crucial support system for the development of data spaces within the Single European Market, emphasising secure and trustworthy data transactions, and underlining the importance of data sovereignty and trust. This framework lays the foundation for diverse data ecosystems, ensuring their robustness. As part of this strategic initiative, the Data Spaces Blueprint recognises the vital role of open data principles in the broader landscape of data space evolution
On November 30th and December 1st, the European Day of Persons with Disabilities (EDPD) unfolded in Brussels, marking a significant annual event. This two-day conference, a collaborative effort between the European Commission and the European Disability Forum , brought together over 400 policymakers, high-level experts, and disability advocates. The conference served as a crucial platform to address vital themes, including the right to vote and stand for elections, the European Year of Skills 2023 , and the Strategy for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 2021–2030. This yearly gathering
In a comprehensive legal report commissioned by the data.europa.eu initiative , we delve into the complex field of licence compatibility challenges, shedding light on practical implications and unveiling strategies to propel open data collaboration across Europe. The report serves as a crucial resource, offering valuable insights into the nuances of varied licensing approaches and emphasising the need for cohesive strategies to ensure seamless integration for data re-users. Amidst the challenges outlined, a significant trend emerges as we observe a substantial shift towards widely recognised
On 18-19 November 2023, the Council of Europe held an international hackathon in Paris, France. The event revolved around the topics of digital transformation, human rights, and easier use of case law databases. Titled ‘ Digital Future of Justice ’, the hackathon focused in particular on developing tools for automated indexing of judicial decisions with human rights categories. The event brought together 29 participants, students and researchers from Cyprus, Greece, Lithuania, Norway, Poland and Romania, who formed six national teams. They were supported by experts in technology and law