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By Judith Schilling


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There is a plethora of information available on the workings of the European Union and European Commission, but it's not always easy to know where to find it. Judith Schilling presents a guide for individuals and institutional researchers to the best starting points for finding official EU information.


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There is a plethora of information available on the workings of the European Union and European Commission, but it's not always easy to know where to find it. Judith Schilling presents a guide for individuals and institutional researchers to the best starting points for finding official EU information.

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So enthusiastic is the demand for EU information in the United Kingdom that, in 2007, about one third of all publications ordered via the EU Bookshop from privileged partners in the EU27 was delivered to recipients in the UK.' Read, print, save or forward this article now. 

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Judith Schilling has been the Publications Manager at the Commission's London Representation since July 2006. Prior to coming to London, she was instrumental to the EDL celebrations in Sweden, see photo above, as well as the programme of seminars, fairs, lectures etc. for teachers and librarians at the Stockholm representation. Before that, she arranged selection procedures for scientific staff at the DG Research in Brussels. She speaks English, German, Swedish, and French (although recently neglected). Having graduated from the German Federal Administrators College in 1987 she worked in various German administrations, leaving the German Foreign Service to join the European Commission in 1999. Judith.Schilling@ec.europa.eu

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