Young woman wearing protective face mask shopping in a supermarket,buying seafood and fish
22-11-2021 - 09:50

EU’s fisheries and aquaculture sectors have been heavily impacted by the COVID-19 crisis although the signs of recovery in the supply chains could be seen already in the second half of 2020. PECH chair Pierre Karleskind announces a recent study that demonstrates the overall good response of the sector due to the operators’ resilience and prompt mitigation measures enacted by the EU and the Member States.

Collage of different people wearing protective masks
14-10-2021 - 16:55

COVID-19 has impacted heavily on young people’s income, education and mental health. Preventing the damage from becoming a ‘lockdown generation’ is a policy priority at EU level, says EMPL Chair Lucia Ďuriš Nicholsonová in an opening article of the latest Monthly Highlights newsletter. The effectiveness of new measures and increased spending depend also on their successful implementation at national level. A study requested by EMPL committee analyses the impact of the pandemic on young people.

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13-09-2021 - 10:53

While responding to Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear events is primarily the prerogative of the Member States, the COVID-19 pandemic is a reminder that such incidents can potentially overwhelm their response capacities, says SEDE Chair Nathalie Loiseau in the opening article of the latest edition of the Monthly Highlights newsletter. The EU needs to have robust tools to respond to CBRN crises. A recent study formulates recommendations on EU preparedness regarding such threats.

Communication technology global world network concept. Connection lines around Earth Globe, digital data flow.
05-07-2021 - 10:23

Europe's ambition to become a global geopolitical power needs to leverage technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and to weave technology priorities into the fabric of our foreign policy and geopolitical evolution, says Dragoş Tudorache, Chair of the Special Committee on Artificial Intelligence in a Digital Age.

Female bus driver with mouth mask
07-06-2021 - 11:41

The COVID-19 pandemic has severely impacted the EU’s transport and tourism sectors. Temporary actions were taken at EU level to ease obligations during the pandemic but the EU and the Member States face pressing questions on the actual situation of the two sectors, says TRAN committee Chair Karima Delli, in the latest edition of the newsletter. The recent research papers requested by the TRAN committee provide insights on the options for green and resilient relaunch.

Investing in destabilisation
17-05-2021 - 10:50

Member States have come under continuing external threats which pose serious risks for democratic societies. As part of the EU toolbox to counter these attacks, the European Parliament set up a Special Committee on Foreign Interference in all Democratic Processes in the European Union, including Disinformation (INGE), says its Chair, Raphaël Glucksmann, in the opening article of the latest Monthly Highlights issue. New rules have to be set and national legislations must be harmonised, he adds.


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