Tuesday, 13 November 2018

EU protects your rights

EU steps up aid for Yemen as it faces the world's worst hunger crisis

Discover the faces of the people whose lives have change

Blue Invest in the Mediterranean

Saffron from Kozani, Greece

Why the history of Ypres, ravaged by the WWI, matters so much for Europe today

EU embraces clean energy transition

EU 2018 Autumn Economic Forecast

What is the outlook for European SMEs in the coming year?

What is the economic forecast like for the coming year?

A new and united Europe

How does EU Civil Protection save lives?

Athens is winning city in the European Capital of Innovation Awards 2018

European Vocational Skills

EU Research and Innovation delivers results

Improving the competitiveness of SMEs in the tourism sector

Monday, 12 November 2018

Remembering Marie Curie

Endocrine disruptors: A strategy for the future that protects EU citizens and the environment

Commission invests in infrastructure and cultural heritage in Napoli, Italy

Wellcome Trust and Gates Foundation join bold European open-access plan

Entrepreneurs, here is your chance!

EU supports Italy following deadly floods

Euronews – helping forest-based industries in the centre of Sweden

Cleaner air in our cities

EU protects your rights at work

Sunday, 11 November 2018

What about the EU budget?

Preserving our environment

After seven years of war...

EU trade agreements deliver on growth, jobs, and support sustainable development

More transparency and information on bank fees for consumers

Innovation that improves air quality in cities

Pumpkins in EU

Innovators and students, here's your chance to make a difference!

Somalia: “Water is everything to me”

In 2017, the European Commission’s Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO) department and the international community provided assistance to avoid a new famine in Somalia, but the hardship is far from over. In recent years, drought and internal conflict in Somalia have displaced more than 2.6 million Somalis. Most of the displaced population are women. Women already have special protection concerns, but often the need to walk several kilometres to collect water in an insecure environment where gender-based violence is rife, places women at even more risk. Through the construction of water points and rehabilitating wells, the EU’s humanitarian partner, Polish Humanitarian Action (Polska Akcja Humanitarna), provided much-needed clean water to thirsty communities and their livestock. See how they made a difference to the lives of displaced women in this video.

EURES helps young Italian find work – and herself – in Portugal

Your ideas can help make a difference

What is the single-use plastics campaign?

Saturday, 10 November 2018

Bringing science closer to citizens

EU commits €300 million for clean, healthy and safe oceans

From Arctic to the world

Survival, Resilience, and Determination in Syria

Young Filmmakers Competition

Women still earn less than men in the EU

EU funds research that helps make our lives better

Better law-making: a shared responsibility

Are you an EU mover?

Europe comes together to protect us

EU leads the way in reducing plastic pollution

EU to invest in environment, nature and climate action

Friday, 9 November 2018

Let's celebrate pasta!

Online shopping to be made easier

You can contribute to the safety of offshore operations

Artificial intelligence

Who's making Europe a safer place?