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Politics 13-05-2022

The future of Europe is on the ground

Whether they are looking far into the future for strategic orientations, or closer to the present for new legislation, EU decision-makers need local and regional leaders to show them how the Union is functioning on the ground.
Economy & Jobs 27-01-2021

The future of the food service sector in Europe: A roadmap beyond Covid-19

The ongoing health crisis is having a devastating impact on Europe’s restaurants, cafés and bars. With the prospect of a third wave, the sector is in urgent need of a consistent policy strategy that goes beyond closures and immediate financial relief.
Politics 27-01-2021

WHAT FUTURE FOR THE ARCTIC? THE VIEWS OF EUROPEAN ARCTIC YOUTH

The EU is in the process of updating its Arctic policy. In this interactive seminar, youth representatives from the European Arctic had the chance to give their input on Arctic policy directly to the EU, while offering the EU an opportunity to engage and respond.
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Politics 01-09-2020

European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) launches new series of publications

Dr Edward Best, Head of the Scientific and Editorial Committee of the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) introduces a new series of publications which address key issues for public management, EU governance and EU law.
Future EU 02-11-2017

Austria’s Sebastian Kurz – conservative and pro-European

With Sebastian Kurz, the EU can count on a pro-European partner in the new Austrian government. And expect a policy that is based on conservative values, but also willing to reform. EURACTIV Germany reports.
Agrifood 28-10-2013

EU policy making on GMOs has lost track of science

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) can foster more sustainable farming, more crop varieties and healthier crops, but the debate on GMOs is politicised and lacks scientific justification, writes Marc Van Montagu.
Elections 09-05-2012

Klaus Welle: EU Parliament must plan for 2025

The European Parliament must think long-term and take bold decisions to incorporate ‘change’ in its organisational culture, said its Secretary-General Klaus Welle in an exclusive interview with EURACTIV.
Elections 09-05-2012

European Parliament plans for 2025

The European Parliament must think long-term and take bold decisions to incorporate ‘change’ in its organisational culture, said its Secretary-General Klaus Welle, in an exclusive interview with EURACTIV.