The Resource Emile Noël: : [Fonds]

Emile Noël: : [Fonds]

Label
Emile Noël: : [Fonds], 1940-1996
Title
Emile Noël:
Title remainder
[Fonds]
Inclusive dates
1940-1996
Creator
Subject
Genre
Language
  • fre
  • eng
  • ger
  • ita
  • fre
  • fre
Summary
The fonds documents the activities of Emile Noël at the Secretariat of the Assembly of the Council of Europe and at the Constitutional Commission of the Ad Hoc Assembly. There are only a few documents relating to the work of Emile Noël in the Cabinet of Guy Mollet. The bulk of documents concern his role as Secretary General of the Commission: notes taken at meetings of the Commission, exchanges of notes with the cabinets of presidents and commissioners as well with the commission offices (general secretariat, directorate general, etc.), correspondence with European political figures and associations. The series arranged by subject include documentation from the European Summits and the European Councils, the enlargement of the Community, budget issues, the Single European Act. Courses, conferences and articles complement the archive. A final group of files relates to his functions as president of the European University Institute in Florence
Biographical or historical data
Former student of the Ecole Normale Supérieure in physics and mathematics, and member of the French Resistance, Emile Noël began his European career in 1949, first at the International Secretariat of the European Movement and then as Secretary of the General Affairs Committee of the Consultative Assembly of the Council of Europe. He held this position until 1952, when he became head of the Secretariat of the Constitutional Committee of the Ad Hoc Assembly. From 1954 to 1956 he assisted Guy Mollet, President of the Assembly of the Council of Europe when Mollet became Prime Minister of the French Council of ministers January 31, 1956. Emile Noël followed him in Matignon as chief of cabinet and then as cabinet deputy director. In this role he took part in the negotiations for the Treaty of Rome. In 1958 he resumed his European career as Executive Secretary of the Commission of the European Economic Community in Brussels. In 1967, after the Merger of the Executives of the EEC, the ECSC and EURATOM, he became Secretary General of the European Commission, a position he held until 1987. From 1987 to 1993 he served as President of the European University Institute in Florence. Emile Noël also took part in various French and international organizations, public and private: he participated in the Action Jean Monnet (for the creation of academic chairs in European universities), he chaired the International Centre for European Training and was vice President of the Fondation Jean Monnet pour l'Europe.
Cataloging source
IT-FiEUI
Language note
Fonds in French, English, German, Italian. Inventory in French
Label
Emile Noël: : [Fonds]
Link
http://archives.eui.eu/en/fonds/110729?item=EN
Instantiates
Note
Descriptions are the property of the European University Institute (Historical Archives of the European Union), but can be freely used provided that reference is made to the source. Described by Catherine Previti
Control code
FIEb17141850
Extent
54 linear metres, 2789 files.
Governing access note
Unrestricted access
System control number
(OCoLC)827952497
Terms governing use
Photographs may be subject to copyright restrictions.
Label
Emile Noël: : [Fonds]
Link
http://archives.eui.eu/en/fonds/110729?item=EN
Note
Descriptions are the property of the European University Institute (Historical Archives of the European Union), but can be freely used provided that reference is made to the source. Described by Catherine Previti
Control code
FIEb17141850
Extent
54 linear metres, 2789 files.
Governing access note
Unrestricted access
System control number
(OCoLC)827952497
Terms governing use
Photographs may be subject to copyright restrictions.

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