We are extremely concerned about the impact of the outbreak, both in terms of everyone’s well-being and the ripple effect on our sector more broadly. We will continue monitoring the situation closely, clarifying key issues, and updating this page as the crisis unfolds and more information becomes available.
We take a look at the EU’s attempt to assert European leadership in the global response to the crisis and analyse proposed initiatives, while also urging the EU to take a people-centered approach and to make fresh funds available to address the tremendous need in partner countries.
Rising inequalities are among the most complex and pressing issues of our century. Our new report calls for a systemic approach and puts forward concrete solutions for EU leaders.
The decisions that leaders make today will impact our lives longer than the outbreak itself. What will happen to our democracies and civil liberties when the immediate threat from the pandemic subsides?
On 9 March 2020 the Joint Communication ‘Towards a Comprehensive Strategy with Africa’ was released by the European Commission and the European External Action Service. The Communication will be used as a basis for talks between the European Union and their African...
As the new coronavirus rages across the globe, it should no longer be possible to ignore and maintain the structural inequalities. Tackling inequalities and building an inclusive and sustainable economy should be on top of the EU and Member States’ priority list.