EESC is ready to give a helping hand to Croatian endeavours to strengthen the Union and promote a credible and merit-based EU enlargement policy.
The SME Instrument provides effective support in developing innovation projects, according to a new report from the European Court of Auditors. More than 5 000 projects have been funded and EU branding has helped SMEs to attract additional investment. However, the auditors also identify areas of improvement with a view to setting up a European Innovation Council in 2021.
Such an agreement may be regarded as a restriction of competition by object or by effect and as an abuse of a dominant position.
An objection to such access must explain the nature, purpose and scope of the data whose disclosure would undermine commercial interests.
MEPs have taken the lead in rethinking how the EU should adapt to meet today’s challenges such as migration, the economy and security.
Health workers from across Europe discuss work conditions, share good practices and explore possibilities to strengthen a pan-European movement to fight for improved services and labour rights.
On 18 February 2020, Coalition for Mental Health and Wellbeing (coordinated by Mental Health Europe) and the MEP Alliance on Mental Health (coordinated by GAMIAN-Europe) are organising joint meeting to address the urgent need to put in place a comprehensive and proactive EU Mental Health Strategy. The event will take place in the European Parliament in Brussels and will be hosted by Alex Agius Saliba MEP (S&D, Malta).
Original title:La présidente von der Leyen se rend à la 50ème réunion annuelle du Forum économique mondial de Davos