The policy priorities of the next European Commission - A UK perspective
13 May 2014

UK Minister for Europe David Lidington outlines the UK perspectives on the future of the European Union.

The policy priorities of the next European Commission - A UK perspective


Pharmaceutical innovation: is Europe equipped to meet future challenges? - Roundtable lunch discussion
6 May 2014

This roundtable discussion was organised as part of discussion series ‘Transformations - How pharmaceutical innovation is changing healthcare’.


TTIP and agriculture – Too tough to handle?
10 April 2014

Over the last few months, talks have occurred on the Transatlantic Trade and Partnership Agreement which aims to reduce tariffs and eliminate regulatory barriers across a wide range of sectors for the US and the EU.

TTIP and agriculture


Missing a generation in EU politics - How to involve young Europeans?
7 April 2014

Youth in EU politics?

Missing a generation in EU politics


Evaluating Turkey’s local elections - What will the future bring?
3 April 2014

Late March 2014 Turks went to the polls for important local elections which saw the ruling AKP party’s share of the vote rising six percentage points compared with the most recent municipal elections in 2009 results.

Evaluating Turkey’s local elections


Towards high levels of youth employment: how to overcome the obstacles? - Task Force meeting
2 April 2014

The Task Force meeting discussed the main obstacles to youth employment and debated the impact of some national and regional actions to address them. The research carried out by Eurofound at EU level was also presented.


Serbia's accession process - Sound policymaking for sound EU membership
31 March 2014

Serbia formally opened accession negotiations with the European Union in January.

Serbia's accession process


Serbia-Kosovo dialogue: a reality check
27 March 2014

Normalisation of Belgrade-Prishtina relations


Defining the Caspian: aspirations, opportunities and challenges
25 March 2014

The Caspian is the largest inland body of water in the world, stretching from the shores of the Black Sea to the heart of Central Asia.

Defining the Caspian: aspirations, opportunities and challenges


Water as a human right - Task Force Workshop
25 March 2014

Water is a biological necessity for life and access to a clean and safe supply for drinking, cooking, hygiene and sanitary purposes, is a human right under international law.


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