Getting Europe back to work - the contribution of active labour market policies
4 December 2007

Active labour market policies are needed to cope with demographic change in Europe and the prospect of a declining workforce unable to support the increasing number of retired people, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


Continental shift? The EU-Africa Summit: opportunities and challenges
3 December 2007

The forthcoming EU-Africa Summit offers an opportunity for a “fundamental” change in EU-Africa relations, moving from one of “donor-beneficiary” to one based on an equal trading partnership, Louis Michel, European Commissioner for Development and Humanitarian Aid, told a Policy Briefing.


Gaining from migration: moving into a new century
30 November 2007

The world has entered an ‘age of mobility’ as distinct from an ‘age of migration’, and new approaches are needed to respond to this phenomenon, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


The Treaty of Lisbon: implementing the institutional innovations
29 November 2007

The Lisbon Treaty may have been designed to answer critics who said its moribund predecessor lacked clarity, but it shares two characteristics with the Constitution it replaces and with all other treaty documents - how it works in practice will depend on personalities and procedures - speakers agreed at an event organised by the EPC with CEPS and EGMONT to launch a joint study on The Treaty of Lisbon: implementing the institutional innovations.


Priorities of the Slovenian Presidency
29 November 2007

Slovenia is ready for the “enormous challenge” of being the first of the EU’s “youngest” Member States to assume the Presidency, Igor Senčar, Permanent Representative of the Republic of Slovenia to the EU, told a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


After the elections: what prospects for Kosovo?
28 November 2007

Despite the successful overall conduct of the recent elections in Kosovo, there is still great potential for future conflict, Tim Guldimann, Head of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Mission in Kosovo, warned a Policy Briefing.


Europe and China: interdependencies on energy and climate security
27 November 2007

With the forecasted global increase in energy consumption and a continuing rise in oil prices, “business as usual” is not an option, speakers told a Policy Dialogue.


The EU Foreign Service: how to build a more effective common policy
26 November 2007

The proposed European External Action Service (EEAS) will give the EU greater visibility, make its foreign relations more coherent and help avoid unnecessary duplication, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue held to launch an EPC Working Paper on this issue.


Integrating migrants: halfway to best practice
23 November 2007

EU Member States need to improve their record on integrating their immigrant populations, as demonstrated by the Migrant Integration Policy Index, speakers agreed at a Policy Dialogue.


Burma's future: further repression or slow change?
20 November 2007

International pressure is essential to bring about change in Burma following the brutal suppression of the spontaneous demonstrations by a desperate population by the country’s military junta this September, speakers agreed at an EPC-Sasakawa Peace Foundation Policy Dialogue.


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