“Youth Unemployment Is Symptomatic of How the Social Fabric Works in Europe“
The youth unemployment crisis may have coincided with the euro crisis, but it has deeper roots and is longer-lasting.
“There Is Immense Pressure on the Rule of Law in Europe Today”
In some member countries, governments are busy undermining the EU’s values. Is the law a strong enough tool to ensure Europeans’ fundamental rights?
“A Lost Generation?”
A European Encounter (#EuropeCounts) on the impact of youth unemployment on Europe’s social cohesion: Tuesday, January 30, 2 pm, EPC Conference Center, Brussels.
“We Are Still Part of the Same Family”
Is the transatlantic relationship destined for the dustbin of history?
“We Should Stop Over-Promising”
A discussion of a loaded issue, at least in France and Eastern Europe – the future of the EU’s posted workers directive.
European Encounters: “There Hasn’t Been Enough Reflection”
Is it the right time for the EU to move ahead when it’s already struggling to reach its citizens?
European Encounters: “We Need More Amsterdam in Sicily”
Addressing the refugee crisis and the rising numbers of African migrants arriving in Italy, the EU needs new thinking.
“We Should Create More Spaces for People’s Participation”
Passion always seems to be on the side of anti-European Union forces – but that can be changed.
“Solidarity Has a Strong Feel-Good Factor”
In our first transnational debate on European affairs, lawmakers from Italy and the Netherlands talk about what “European solidarity” means.