The About the European Commission class content covers:
This class has been created based on work carried out with stakeholders (DGs and people using Commission websites) between September 2014 and February 2015.
Note that the initial class name "About the EU" has been modified since the architecture building exercise.
|15||About the European Union (role, structure, how it works, origin)||1.9%|
|19||Freedom of information (transparency, access to documents)||1.6%|
|20||About the European Commission (role, structure, how it works)||1.6%||Small task|
|37||Languages in the EU (diversity, translation, interpreting)||1.1%||Small task|
|41||Contact European Commission, European Union||1.0%||Tiny task|
|46||Euro (coins, notes, eurozone, Economic and Monetary Union)||0.8%||Tiny task|
|53||EU budget||0.7%||Tiny task|
|54||EU vocabulary and abbreviations||0.7%||Tiny task|
|68||Complaints to the European Commission||0.4%||Tiny task|
|72||Visit EU institutions, guided tours||0.3%||Tiny task|
|73||European Commissioner profiles||0.3%||Tiny task|
|77||President of the Commission (profile, agenda)||0.2%||Tiny task|
Research identified the following organisational goals:
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