Advancing European health amidst global crises
5 December 2011

Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organisation, delivered the CHES Annual Lecture, and said that innovation in the healthcare sector is a potential source of future growth.


Paths through the crisis: Can enhanced financial integration provide the way forward for Asia and Europe?
2 December 2011

Europe will need to do more than simply move towards fiscal union while leaving the current EU institutional set-up intact if it is to boost growth, heard participants at a Policy Briefing.


Turkey-EU relations: Time for a new agenda?
29 November 2011

Egemen Bağış, Turkish EU Affairs Minister, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing that Turkey is at the heart of positive developments taking place in the EU’s neighbourhood.


EU-Moldova visa free perspective – More than just talk? - Roundtable
25 November 2011

This roundtable, in cooperation with the EU-Moldova Forum and the Open Society Institute, discussed the European Commission's first report regarding the Action Plan for Visa Liberalisation.


The decades old Cyprus Problem
24 November 2011

Özdil Nami, Member of the Republican Turkish Party and former negotiator in the Cyprus peace talks for former leader of the Turkish Cypriot Community, Mehmet Ali Talat, gave a presentation to a group of experts on the decades old Cyprus Problem.


Workshop 1 – defining the needs
24 November 2011

The first meeting of the LAB-MIG-GOV Task Force looked at the relevance of EU Labour Migration policy and whether EU labour markets need extra workers coming from outside the EU, considering the economic crisis and its ongoing implications, in particular rising levels of unemployment.


Priorities of the Danish Presidency of the EU
23 November 2011

Jeppe Tranholm-Mikkelsen, Permanent Representative of Denmark to the EU, outlined the main priorities of the Danish EU Presidency at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


Making 2012 a year of active - and healthy - ageing in Europe
22 November 2011

With the EU population ageing dramatically, it is important for policy makers to focus on the opportunities as well as the threats posed by this demographic shift, heard participants at a Policy Dialogue.


Family reunification under strain: restrictive v. flexible policies
17 November 2011

Participants at a conference discussed whether governments see the rules they create on family reunification as a means of bringing families together or restricting migration flows.


Prospects and policies for growth in the Balkans: The role of human capital
17 November 2011

Balkan countries continue to enjoy good economic growth prospects: particularly those on the road to EU membership. But the region is beset by structural problems and the wider crisis is beginning to take its toll, heard participants in a Policy Dialogue.


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