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  • Quality Europe

Europe cannot ignore the social impact of economic “recovery”

Nothing defines “British exceptionalism”, a recurrent theme of the UK’s European Union membership, like the decision to leave the Union. The implications of Brexit for the British healthcare sector, employment policies and social assistance schemes have been much discussed. But what about the impact on the other side of the negotiating table? Could the EU, liberated from its “reluctant partner”, proceed… Read article ›

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  • Smarter Europe

State of Europe pre-summit viewpoint: Europe cannot afford to lose an entire generation

The financial and eurozone crises, along with the global economy’s slow recovery, has especially impacted young people in Spain, Italy, Greece and Croatia, with unemployment rates for them hitting as high as 60%. With more than 5 million young Europeans out of work, what actions should Europe take to avoid the threat of a lost… Read article ›