Nicolas Schmit: ‘The first dignity of work is to pay people a fair wage’

By |januar 16th, 2020|European Commission, European pillar of social rights, European unemployment insurance scheme, future of work, gender equality, Minimum wage, News, Nicolas Schmit, platform workers, social europe, social justice|

Nicolas Schmit will have a busy 2020. The EU Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights outlined on Tuesday (14 January) a comprehensive agenda to beef up the EU’s social policies. He discussed the details in an interview with EURACTIV.

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Government’s handling of pension strikes threatens France’s EU credibility

By |januar 6th, 2020|Emmanuel Macron, European Commission, France, gilets jaunes, News, pension reform, Rassemblement National, RATP, retraites, SNCF, SNCT, strikes|

The French government continues to defend its pension reform proposal initially recommended by the European executive. Although it has since been watered down, its divisiveness has led to the paralysis of the transport system for almost a month. EURACT...

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Government’s handling of pension strikes threatens France’s EU credibility

By |januar 6th, 2020|Emmanuel Macron, European Commission, France, gilets jaunes, News, pension reform, Rassemblement National, RATP, retraites, SNCF, SNCT, strikes|

The French government continues to defend its pension reform proposal initially recommended by the European executive. Although it has since been watered down, its divisiveness has led to the paralysis of the transport system for almost a month. EURACT...

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The Year in Review: Challenges and Choices of 2019

By |december 20th, 2019|5G, Article 50, Best of 2019, Brexit, Central Asia, China, Climate Change, commissioner hearings, copyright directive, Emmanuel Macron, enlargement, EU budget, European Commission, European Green Deal, European Parliament, MFF, Nato, News, Ukraine, Ursula von der Leyen, Western Balkans|

It’s been a very busy European election year and most of us are heading for a well-deserved Christmas break. Meanwhile, if you do fire up your browser, here you can catch up on our 30 most read stories that made waves in 2019.

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The impact of the new CAP on organic farming

By |december 20th, 2019|CAP reform, environmental protection, European Commission, Food labelling, Janusz Wojciechowski, News, organic farming, Pesticides, Poland|

With organic agriculture increasingly gaining recognition in the EU as providing benefits to farmers, consumers and the environment, EURACTIV.pl explores how the new CAP proposal works to support the promotion of this type of production.

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Two centuries to close the economic gender gap

By |december 17th, 2019|European Commission, gender equality, gender pay gap, Joint Employment Report, labour market, News, World Economic Forum|

Women will have to wait two centuries to have as many economic opportunities as their male colleagues, the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020 published on Tuesday (17 December) warns.

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Two centuries to close the economic gender gap

By |december 17th, 2019|European Commission, gender equality, gender pay gap, Joint Employment Report, labour market, News, World Economic Forum|

Women will have to wait two centuries to have as many economic opportunities as their male colleagues, the World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2020 published on Tuesday (17 December) warns.

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Climate change prevention measures in the new CAP

By |december 16th, 2019|CAP, CAP reform, Climate Change, environment, EU budget, European Commission, Innovation in Agriculture, Multi-Annual Financial Framework (MFF), News, Poland|

The new Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union for 2021-2027 will focus even more on climate and environmental issues, particularly affecting Polish and European agriculture. EURACTIV Poland provides you with its Special Report.

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European Green Deal vague on pesticides, genetic engineering

By |december 13th, 2019|AGRI committee, agriclture, CAP, Common Agicultural Policy, direct payments, energy and environment, ENVI committee, European Commission, European Green Deal, European Greens, European Parliament, gene editing, German Greens, GMOs, Martin Häusling, News, Pesticides, Sven Giegold, Ursula von der Leyen|

The Green Deal presented by European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen on Wednesday (11 December) avoided two controversial agricultural issues: genetic engineering and pesticide limits. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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Businesses aim to move focus on tax transparency beyond income tax

By |december 12th, 2019|corporate tax, country by country reporting, European Commission, Fairer Corporate Tax System, News, tax, tax avoidance|

After national capitals blocked a deal to force multinationals to publish the income tax they pay in the EU last month, businesses representatives argued that corporate tax should not be the sole tax transparency target during an event at EURACTIV.

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