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Active ageing 22-06-2020

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Sonic Youth technically have been inactive since 2011, but over the past few months, the band has have released a bunch of material that’s been hidden in their vault. On Monday, they’ve dropped Blastic Scene, a live tape that was recorded...
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13-12-2018

The Presidency Debate: Social Inclusion

After years of austerity, confidence in Europe's capacity to care for the weakest and most disadvantaged has come under close scrutiny. The Maltese presidency pledges to lead by example advancing Europe social policy in close consultation with social partners, civil society and citizens.
14-11-2018

Social Dialogue in Europe: the European Chemical Employers Group

The European Chemical Employers Group (ECEG) represents the chemical, pharmaceutical, rubber and plastics industries in Europe.

13-11-2018

Precision agriculture: future of the CAP?

Precision agriculture enables the modulation of cultural practices and doses inputs (seeds, fertilisers, plant protection products, water) based on the variability of soil and crop requirements. Currently, 150 000 ha are managed in precision agriculture in France and 50% of...
Agrifood 16-05-2018
Economic governance 20-04-2018

European Economic Forecast: ‘Sunny’ with a “chance” of uncertainty

EU economies are expected to grow throughout 2018. The upturn is the first time in almost a decade that member states have collectively experienced positive growth.
Freedom of thought 17-07-2017

[TUESDAY LUNCHTIME] EU envoy on religious freedom: ‘Mixed feelings’ about ECJ headscarf ban

To mark his first anniversary in the role as the EU’s inaugural Special Envoy for the Freedom of Religion or Belief outside the EU, EURACTIV interviewed Jan Figel about the headscarf ban, Islamist terrorism and growing up Catholic in a communist state.
31-03-2017

The Presidency: Europe’s social contract

After years of austerity, confidence in Europe's capacity to care for the weakest and most disadvantaged has come under close scrutiny. The Maltese Presidency pledges to lead by example advancing Europe social policy in close consultation with social partners, civil society and citizens.
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Digital Transformation in the Global Era: New Skills for Jobs and Growth
Digital 31-03-2017

Digital transformation in the global era: New skills for jobs and growth

As the pace of technology continues to advance, tech figures, app developers, education, industry and public policy leaders gathered in Brussels to find out how businesses can make the most of the mobile economy.
Global Europe 29-03-2017

Making a stop in Serbia, part II: People helping people

As tragedies unfold, aid workers talk about the lack of hope among the refugees and their potential for self-harm. EURACTIV Romania reports.
Brexit 29-03-2017

Tusk: ‘No reason to pretend this is a happy day’

European Council President Donald Tusk said on Wednesday (29 March) that there is no reason to pretend that this is a happy day, either in Brussels or London.
Brexit 29-03-2017

Brexit influencers

As the United Kingdom begins the Brexit process, we asked members of the British public who they think will influence the outcome.
Politics 29-03-2017

The Presidency debate: Europe’s security

Europe is facing many security challenges. The Maltese Presidency has made it a priority.
Digital 29-03-2017

Boosting e-commerce in the EU: drivers and barriers

E-commerce sales have been the main growth engine of the retail sector over recent years. However, according to the European Commission 75% of the Europeans use the Internet on a regular basis, while only 15% shop online from another country and only 7% of SMEs sell cross-border.
Health 29-03-2017

World’s first IVF baby addresses infertility

Louise Brown was the first person born through IVF (in-vitro fertilisation). Brown was the keynote speaker on Tuesday (28 March) at the launch event for the European Policy Audit on Fertility.
Politics 28-03-2017

Corina Cretu: ‘Cohesion policy more needed than ever’

The only policy which has direct links with regional authorities, with citizens, is the cohesion policy, and this is why it is more necessary than ever, says Corina Crețu, the European Commissioner for Regional Policy.
Economy & Jobs 28-03-2017

‘Harness young people’s inventiveness to refresh the economy’

With one in five under-25-year-olds unemployed in the eurozone, young people risk being excluded from political and economic life. What can the EU do about this? EURACTIV France spoke to two MEPs about new ways to engage young people.
Under Pressure:Will the Paris Agreement spell the end of the fossil fuel industry?
Climate change 27-03-2017

Under Pressure: Will the Paris Agreement spell the end of the fossil fuel industry?

The Paris Agreement on climate change is a landmark international agreement which caps global warming. Many campaigners argue that the United Nations deal spells the end for polluting fossil fuel industries.

27-03-2017

Yellow Academy: Measuring the impact of your public affairs efforts

EURACTIV’s Yellow Academy is a series of workshops on EU lobbying and communication with a strong focus on case studies.
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