Linking nutrition and healthy living: what can nutrition science teach us? - Workshop
4 May 2012

This workshop investigated the causes of obesity, particularly among more vulnerable populations such as children, the challenges and opportunities related to influencing people’s behaviour and whether existing scientific data can be used to better guide policymaking.


Public administration reform in Eastern Partnership countries – How far, how deep?
3 May 2012

Many Eastern Partnership countries aren’t doing very well in terms of public administration and good governance, heard participants in an Eastern Promises Policy Dialogue.
Public administration reform


Managing migration at Europe's external borders
2 May 2012

Irregular migrants should not be treated as criminals, UN Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants François Crépeau told participants in a Policy Briefing.

Managing migration


Regional cooperation in the Balkans: time for a new boost
30 April 2012

Regional cooperation in the Balkans is making major progress. But for it to be even more effective, it is imperative for the process to be inclusive, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.

Regional cooperation in the Balkans: time for a new boost


Ukraine 2012 - Time for democratic transformation - Roundtable
26 April 2012

This roundtable discussion, organised in cooperation with the Ukrainian Politics Foundation, discussed the challenges facing Ukraine in the run-up to the country’s Parliamentary elections on 28 October.


Confidence-building measures and the Transdniestrian conflict: Bringing a settlement closer? - Roundtable
24 April 2012

This Roundtable, in cooperation with the Crisis Management Initiative (CMI), discussed the implications of confidence-building measures (CBMs) with a view to resolving the Transdniestrian conflict.


The ‘renewal’ of Hungary and European economic recovery
23 April 2012

Hungary’s ambitious structural reform programme will transform the country from a welfare to a work-based society, boost labour market participation and showcase the country as “a laboratory for Europe,” said Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, in a Policy Briefing.

The ‘renewal’ of Hungary and European economic recovery


Britain in Europe - what is the future? - Forum meeting
23 April 2012

This forum meeting discussed whether the British ‘veto’ has fundamentally altered the UK-EU relationship, the political price to be paid for being outside further integration of the Euro zone, London’s relationship with Brussels and whether the UK could even leave the EU.


Towards a healthy and active Europe - Are we on the right track?
20 April 2012

The ageing of society ranks among the greatest social and economic challenges facing Europe, said John Dalli, European Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy, in a Policy Briefing.

Towards a healthy and active Europe - Are we on the right track?


Bosnia-Herzegovina: working to forge a European future
16 April 2012

2012 marks a new beginning for Bosnia-Herzegovina, with last year’s formation of a new government allowing the country to move towards eventual EU and NATO membership, but progress is expected to be slow, heard participants in a Policy Briefing with Foreign Minister Zlatko Lagumdzija.

Bosnia-Herzegovina: working to forge a European future


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