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Member States and the rule of law Dealing with a breach of EU values

Written by Eva-Maria Poptcheva The European Union is founded on values common to all Member States. These are supposed to ensure a level of homogeneity among Member States, while respecting their national identities, so facilitating the development of a European identity and their integration. Article 7 of the Treaty on European Union provides mechanisms to enforce EU values, based … Continue reading

Breach of EU values by a Member State

The European Union is founded on values common to all Member States (MS). These are supposed to ensure a level of homogeneity among MS, while respecting their national identities, so facilitating the development of a European identity and the integration process. Article 7 of the Treaty on European Union (TEU) provides mechanisms to enforce EU … Continue reading

The search for value – part three

One mystery is why clients fail to see the value of library services. Objectively, libraries might deliver high-quality information that precisely meets user needs. Subjectively, the services are often under-valued. Sometimes they are under-used. We discovered some concepts which helped us understand this. As producers we see our services/products in terms of absolute value, whereas … Continue reading

Librarians Demonstrating Value

By Erica Anderson, Research Librarian, Legislative Assembly of Ontario, Canada When I first agreed to write about the topic of librarians “demonstrating value” for my local law librarian association I have to admit that I didn’t really know what it meant, and the more I researched it the more the definition of value seemed to slip from … Continue reading

The search for value – part two

Last time I introduced the work we are doing on ‘value’. It has been surprisingly difficult – we found no direct role models and no ready-made answers. So we have had to do quite a lot of reading, thinking and discussion. In this series of posts I hope to engage you in this still-open process, and would … Continue reading

The search for value

Last week’s ECPRD conference in Copenhagen (“Members’ use of information and changing visions of the Parliamentary Library”) heard about the work of the EP Library on ‘value’. We have the challenge to deliver a ‘New Concept’ of the Library which will increase value for Members. At one level it is straightforward: to make the Library, … Continue reading

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