Recent general releases

FUTURE OF PRESS NOW IN HANDS OF EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AS MEMBER STATES ENDORSE COPYRIGHT DIRECTIVE

[PRESSWIRE] Brussels – 20 February, 2019 -- The European Publishers Council (EPC) welcomes today’s endorsement of the text of the EU copyright directive agreed in trilogue last week by a clear majority of Member States in their Coreper meeting. 

Painters District Council No. 30 to Award Two Grants to Local Community Organizations

[PRESSWIRE] Aurora, IL – February 18, 2019 -– Painters District Council No. 30 (PDC 30) is thrilled to announce it will once again award grants to various North-Central Illinois community organizations this spring. The first grant will award funding to organizations benefiting children and the second grant will award professional renovation services.

EPC SUPPORTS CALL FOR STATUTORY REGULATION OF TECH PLATFORMS: EU VOLUNTARY CODE ON DISINFORMATION IS INADEQUATE

[PRESSWIRE] Brussels – 18 February, 2019 -- The European Publishers Council (EPC) welcomes the UK Parliament’s newly-published report “Disinformation and ‘Fake News’ by the Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) Committee which calls for clear legal liabilities to be established for tech companies to act against harmful or illegal content on their sites.

Familial primary distal renal tubular acidosis: Results of a multinational collaboration study

[PRESSWIRE] – Parma - February 18, 2019 -- Results bear one clear key message: good treatment is important! Patients in whom the acidosis had been properly controlled by adequate treatment had better growth and better kidney function than those with inadequate treatment.

EUROPEAN PUBLISHERS COUNCIL WELCOMES CAIRNCROSS REVIEW INTO HIGH-QUALITY JOURNALISM

 

[PRESSWIRE] Brussels – 12 February, 2019 -- The European Publishers Council welcomes the recommendations of the Cairncross review into the sustainability of high-quality journalism in the UK, published yesterday, 11 February 2019.

The dramatic rise in ‘single-use’ relationships

[PRESSWIRE] United Kingdom - 11 February, 2019 -- Disposable dates are booming – but most millennials want something more.

ACTIVE PLACEMENT DRIVES A SHIFT FROM PEOPLE FINDING JOBS TO “JOBS FINDING PEOPLE”

[PRESSWIRE] Sydney, Australia – February 7, 2019 – Lee Hecht Harrison (LHH) announced today that “Active Placement,” their reimagined approach to outplacement, is delivering on the promise of helping individuals in career transition land in better jobs, faster. Since announcing the launch in July 2017, LHH has helped over half a million people around the world connect to new opportunities with Active Placement.

Loro Parque Fundación and the Canarian universities kick-off the CanBio project

[PRESSWIRE] Puerto de La Cruz - 03 January, 2019 -- This week, Loro Parque Fundación has signed several collaboration agreements and contracts with research teams from the two Canarian universities and the NGOs Elasmocan and AVANFUER, to start the CanBio project, a research programme financed jointly by Loro Parque and the Canary Islands Government.

Chronic Kidney Disease: everyone’s concern

[PRESSWIRE] Parma - January 31, 2019 -- 850 million people worldwide are affected by kidney disease. This worrying figure was published last June by the three leading nephrology societies (ASN, ISN and ERA-EDTA) [1] – and it continues to rise at an alarming rate.

MIPS – Sweden’s Science of Safety

[PRESSWIRE] Stockholm - 31 January, 2019 -- Just a stone’s throw outside of Stockholm in an unassuming building sits the headquarters of MIPS, one of the most important brain safety pioneers in the world that you’ve might or might not heard of.