A job guarantee could end long spells of joblessness for millions in the EU and send a pre-election signal that a ‘social Europe’ is possible.
Achieving the right to disconnect is becoming a test case of the European Union’s commitment to social dialogue.
Unified citizenship education is a must to stop democratic backsliding in the European Union.
As pressures grow on Europe’s hospitals, lessons must be learned from social dialogue during the pandemic.
The latest survey by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights shows racism is pervasive and persistent.
EU member states must not water down critical legislation protecting media independence and pluralism.
Europe’s media need to be more diverse, Ankita Anand writes, to reflect accurately the world on which they report.
The monopoly online retailer has extracted vast rents from workers and citizens who are raising their voices globally.
As in adult long-term care, corporations are accruing rents from publicly funded childcare, exploiting workers and children.
More children are at risk of poverty than before the pandemic—early childhood education and care is critical.
The proposal from the European Commission would fall short of equal citizenship for disabled people.
As trilogue negotiations begin, the EU is on the home stretch of a crucial directive for victims of human trafficking.
The European Union and its member states must accord a much higher priority to the suffering caused by mental ill-health.
Sweden’s much-lauded model of prosperity and social comfort is threatened by a lack of public investment.
The European Commission has put its disability cards on the table but it is not a full hand.
Lobbyists turned the European Commission’s food-information plans on their head—to the detriment of consumers.
Energy communities, fostering decentralised, renewable supply, need support with their additional social responsibilities.
Before last May’s election in Greece, the returning prime minister claimed his ‘firm but fair’ policy on people movement worked. Far from it.
Can China and Russia offer an alternative social model to the universal norms they reject? The evidence says no.
The feminist goal is abolition of prostitution—not acceptance of it and mere defence of ‘sex workers’.
The ‘Vienna model’ has been distorted to embrace private investment but its real redefinition should be ecological.