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Social protection in the 21st century: What are the gaps and challenges? - Task Force meeting
31 May 2018

A roundtable of experts from academia, international organisations, social partners and EU institutions discussed in depth the gaps and challenges of European social protection systems deriving from the transformative changes occurring on the labour market, such as technological innovation and transition to non-standard forms of employment.


Universal basic income v. a European minimum income - Finding the best answer to Europe’s social challenges
30 May 2018

At this Head-to-Head debate, speakers discussed alternative ways of guaranteeing social protection, including the different interpretations of the Universal Basic Income, and addressing the growing social challenges of the twenty-first century.


Building resilience in Ukraine through reforms and anti-corruption
28 May 2018

This Policy Dialogue, organised in cooperation with the Permanent Representation of Denmark to the EU, addressed Ukraine’s recent reform efforts and various points of interest that will be discussed at the upcoming international Ukraine Reform Conference ‘A Driver for Change’ in Copenhagen, from both a Ukrainian and EU perspective.


Europe, the United States and security cooperation in a challenging world
16 May 2018

This conference, organised in cooperation with the US Mission to the EU, sought to provide a platform for addressing critical issues on the security agenda at a time when Europe and the United States face a wide range of geopolitical challenges.


Fostering member state cooperation on drug pricing and policies – Lessons from the BeNeLuxA initiative
3 May 2018

This Policy Dialogue sought to shed light on the BeNeLuxA collaboration initiative and assess its success and pitfalls while fostering a debate on how access to innovative drugs can be improved for all patients.