The multiannual financial Framework for the 2014-2020 aims to create opportunities for citizens, enterprises and public administrations across the whole of Europe, writes Giovanni La Via
Hans Bruyninckx says new EU strategy can help Europe's forests recover from 'decades of exploitation'
Focusing on prevention, rather than treatment will lead to major reductions in deaths and disability from stroke, writes Mary G Baker
Community care holds 'enormous promise' for the long-term sustainability and efficiency of EU health systems, argues John Bowis
Stakeholders respond to the new EU commission strategy for Europe's forests. Kayleigh Lewis reports
Europe's 'Vapers' must unite against the EU's 'unelected and unaccountable' attempts to sabotage the use and availability of eCigarettes, warns Gilbert Ross
The EU's new forest strategy will help support and develop one of Europe's most vital sustainable resources, says Dacian Ciolos
'Why is the European commission trying yet again to give a seat to the food industry on the EU food safety agency's board?', asks Martin Pigeon
The importance of the brewing sector to Europe's economic recovery came under the spotlight at the industry's annual gala event. Martin Banks reports
Europe cannot expect its partners to respect human rights if it continues to allow violations within its own borders, argues Barbara Lochbihler
Silvia Curbelo Betancort interviews the director of the ESPON's coordination unit Peter Mehlbye
EU-China high-level people-to – people dialogue 'a milestone in China-EU relations', writes Yuan Guiren
Thursday 30 January, 9.00 - 18.30, Thon Hotel EU, Brussels
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