Reports 2012

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Active and healthy ageing - with ICT?
16 October 2012

ICT can help promote active and healthy ageing and also improve the sustainability of solutions, but cost is an issue with public budgets under strain.

Active and healthy ageing

The Accessibility Act – Ensuring access to goods and services across the EU
11 October 2012

Accessibility is important for people with disabilities in order to allow them to fully benefit from the EU’s Single Market, freedom of movement and freedom of access to goods and services.

The Accessibility Act

20/20/20 – Can Europe still meet its energy and climate targets?
5 October 2012

Climate change remains an urgent issue for the EU to address.

energy and climate targets

In Focus: the 2012 US Elections - The 13 keys to the White House
4 October 2012

Professor Allan J. Lichtman’s ’13 Keys to the White House’ predict a victory for incumbent Barack Obama in November’s presidential election in the US.

The 13 keys to the White House

A Banking Union for all of Europe?
4 October 2012

Many issues remain unresolved regarding the proposed creation of a banking union for the EU.

Banking Union

Security in the South Caucasus: the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the frontline communities
3 October 2012

After more than two decades a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh still remains out of reach.

Security in the South Caucasus

The Politicisation of migration in Europe
27 September 2012

More than most other sensitive issues, the subject of migration in Europe is at risk of ‘politicisation’ or being hijacked by political factions and interest groups, with potentially major consequences for immigration policy decisions.

Migration in Europe

Freedom on the Net: how to make digital rights global?
27 September 2012

Internet access is vital for social mobilisation, but journalists and bloggers are being harassed and governments are becoming more sophisticated in their repression of online activity. Perhaps the EU is behind the curve regarding policy responses.

Freedom on the Net

Climate change – Is Europe ready to adapt?
26 September 2012

Failure to adapt to the consequences of climate change would harm not just Europe’s environment, but also its economy and the health of its citizens. Investing in climate change adaptation also brings economic opportunities in itself.

Climate change

Economic integration in Asia and free trade with the EU
25 September 2012

Free trade can provide Europe’s economy with the boost that it needs to emerge from the crisis – and the FTA with South Korea can serve as a model for EU deals with other countries in the region.

Economic integration in Asia

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