The EU must 'support' member states in tailoring individual approaches to tackle alcohol consumption and related harm, writes Marina Yannakoudakis
Justice & Rights
The findings of the FRA's new study on violence against women must be 'put to good use', argues Cheryl Stewart.
The European commission must come forward with a law to 'combat' violence against women, says Mikael Gustafsson
Europe must develop effective disaster response mechanisms through the EU solidarity fund, says Pavel Branda
Afghanistan remains one of the most dangerous places for women, and recent changes to national law will not improve matters, writes Barbara Matera
Parliament's plenary vote on prostitution raised a number of issues and some division between MEPs
Violence against women continues to affect millions both in the EU and across the world, which is why a new directive is needed say rapporteurs.
According to Monica Luisa Macovei the freezing and confiscation of crime proceeds can have a significant impact on the reduction of serious crime in the EU
Pauline Lucas interviews Steve Chalke, the founder and president of Oasis and a UN special adviser on community action against human trafficking