Communication Paper - Action Plan of Implementation of the Stockholm Programme

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15 October 2009

Invitation to bring forward proposals

Dear Colleagues,

During the 17th Governing Board meeting the Stockholm Programme and its impact on CEPOL was discussed (Item 21 in the draft Outcome of Proceedings). The Commission invited CEPOL to bring forward proposals on 3-4 items describing CEPOL’s contribution to the implementation of the Stockholm programme to be included in the Action Plan of implementation of the Programme, which will be decided upon in June 2010.

Hence, the Swedish Presidency invites all Member States to bring forward proposals on such issues or focal areas of interest. Bear in mind, that the final paper which will be submitted to the Commission in February 2010 will be short (one page standard). The issue will be further discussed and elaborated at the Strategy Committee as well as the 18th Governing Board meeting in December. Furthermore, the Chairs of the CEPOL Committees and the Chair of the External Relation Working Group are kindly asked to bring the issue on the agendas at their meetings before the 18th Governing Board Meeting.

Please, respond to the official Presidency e-mail address with copy to

no later than 20 November 2009.

Yours truly,

Bo Åström

Chair of the Strategy Committee



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