Economic Migration and the Lisbon Agenda: Bridging the Gap
29 June 2005

The EPC held a joint Policy Dialogue with its strategic partner, the King Baudouin Foundation, and the Migration Policy Group to discuss the role of labour migration in achieving the European Union's economic policy goals.


Trade and Development: The road ahead
23 June 2005

At a joint EPC-KBF Policy Dialogue, the European Union Commissioners, Peter Mandelson (Trade) and Louis Michel (Development) stressed the importance of using both aid and trade as tools in fighting global poverty and supporting developing countries.


Priorities of the UK Presidency
23 June 2005

Speaking at a Breakfast Policy Briefing to outline the UK Presidency's priorities for the coming six months, H E Sir John Grant CMG, said that the British government would be willing to negotiate on its rebate provided there was a readiness to reform the Common Agricultural Policy.


Is the future enlargement of the EU in peril?
20 June 2005

Enlargement was a major success story and despite the latest political crisis to hit the EU it must be continued said Commissioner Olli Rehn at a breakfast today.


Confronting terrorism through democratic means: The Madrid Agenda at the European level
15 June 2005

Addressing a joint EPC-Club de Madrid Policy Dialogue the European Commissioner for Justice, Freedom and Security, Franco Frattini, underlined the importance of upholding fundamental rights and freedoms in formulating functional anti-terrorism policy.


Sustainable mobility in Europe: Implications for the transport sector
10 June 2005

The Vice-President of the EU Commission and Commissioner for Transport, Jacques Barrot, addressed an EPC Policy Dialogue on means to achieve a sustainable transport policy for Europe.


Strengthening the EU's Defence Capacity: the role of the European Defence Agency
6 June 2005

The newly appointed Chief Executive of the European Defence Agency, Nick Witney, gave an overview of the Agency's structure and working methods at a Breakfast Policy Briefing.


After the French and Dutch Referenda: What prospects for the Treaty?
4 June 2005

The day after the Dutch electorate delivered a crushing verdict on the European Union Constitutional Treaty, the EPC discussed the prospects for the Treaty with a group of high-level experts including former Commissioner, Antonio Vitorino.


Whatever happened to the European Security Strategy?
1 June 2005

Speaking at a Dialogue, the chairman of the EPC Work Programme on the Future of CFSP, Carl Bildt, called for a repoliticisation of the European Security Strategy (ESS).


Higher Education and Competitiveness
30 May 2005

Speaking at an EPC Breakfast Policy Briefing, the European Commissioner for Education, Ján Figel, stressed the importance of investing in research and education to achieve Europe's wider competitiveness goals.


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