The crisis sparked by the COVID-19 pandemic has overshadowed existing migration debates in Europe, yet is inextricably linked with mobility and movement and its governance within the EU and globally. The current situation reveals the complexities of migration debates, pushing aside current, unearthing old and raising new questions.
European Think Tanks Group in cooperation with The Swedish Development Forum (FUF) and CONCORD Sweden are organizing a joint seminar
The December Communication on the Green New Deal – in the words of the EC President presented as the “man on the moon moment” of the European Union – outlines the steps to shape the European Union climate strategy for the years to come.
Put together the European Commission, European Parliament, African Embassies, the Overseas Development Institute and the European Council on Refugees and Exiles and you will get a very animated debate – like the one European Think Tanks Group organised in Brussels on the 31st of October.
In this paper, researchers from the European Think Tanks Group propose a set of actions the EU should consider to raise its climate ambition and exert credible climate leadership in a challenging global context.
On 24 and 25 September, heads of state and government will discuss progress on implementation of the 2030 Agenda for
Ten years after committing to phase-out fossil fuel subsidies, EU governments still lack concrete plans to put an end to
In the years ahead, the European Union faces a number of vital challenges, and many of those lie beyond its
It may one day be the case that European Parliament elections are fought on a truly pan-territorial basis, with parties,
All eyes are on London, and specifically the House of Commons, right now. Political dynamics in Brussels fundamentally changed right