Fans have prevailed over finance in the Bundesliga—which should lead to a rethink of private equity’s role in society.
Belgian civil-society organisations issue a call to the presidency of the Council of the EU.
The fragility of our food system and lack of social acceptance of EU policies must be addressed in the next mandate.
The European Health Data Space under negotiations will turn citizens’ medical data into profits for US technology corporations.
Power imbalances in international sport, Ankita Anand writes, reflect the global north-south disparity.
Support is mobilised behind the demand by MEPs that Amazon’s lobbyists be barred from the European Parliament.
A wave of strikes has followed moves by the government in Helsinki to interfere with workers’ rights.
Early childhood education and care workers must be recruited, rewarded, recognised and retained.
A key decision is awaited on the directive on corporate sustainability due diligence—facing rearguard corporate resistance.
Unconventional policies buttressed a decline in inequality and poverty in the EU. Renewed austerity might endanger it.
As the European elections loom, legislation addressing the root causes of poverty must move to the top of the agenda.
In the next term the EU can advance an eco-social future which values participation in care and enables access as a universal basic service.
A Harlem schools programme shows how education can counter, rather than reinforce, brute-luck disadvantage.
The long process of levelling up the capacity of EU member states’ equality bodies is accelerating to a conclusion.
A spotlight on health and social care shows the need for an EU directive on musculo-skeletal disorders.
Tesla’s confrontation with Swedish workers highlights how solidarity must be enabled in a globalised Europe.
The ‘gig’-economy directive, a critical legacy of social rights from this EU term, is being held up by some member states.
Tackling energy poverty is key if the European Green Deal is to be transformative. That in turn requires a gender lens.
Sharing information accelerates the pace of co-innovation, facilitating inter- and multi-disciplinary research and study.
National measures adopted amid the energy crisis missed the opportunity to pursue social and climate goals.
Even if ambitious 2030 targets were attained, Sofia Fernandes writes, learning mobility would still be a minority privilege.