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Cecilia Malmström © EU
18/09/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Enlargement, external relations and trade

The European Commission has today put forward a first set of ideas to modernise the WTO and to make international trade rules fit for the challenges of the global economy. 

Maroš Šefčovič and Violeta Bulc © EU
14/09/2018 - Energy, environment and climate / Food, farming and fisheries / Transport and travel

The European Commission is proposing to end seasonal clock changes in Europe in 2019, giving Member States the freedom to decide once and for all whether they want to permanently apply summer- or wintertime. 

European Parliament building, Strasbourg © EU
14/09/2018 - Institutional affairs

MEPs discussed the challenges facing the EU during the State of the Union debate and approved digital copyright rules and measures to counter money laundering and cut plastic waste. 

Dimitris Avramopoulos © EU
13/09/2018 - Asylum and migration

Building on two years of work, the Commission is proposing to reinforce the European Border and Coast Guard even further and give it the right level of ambition, corresponding to the common challenges Europe is facing in managing migration and borders. 

12/09/2018 - Justice and citizens’ rights / Security and defence
12/09/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Justice and citizens’ rights
Jean-Claude Juncker © EU
12/09/2018 - Business, taxation and competition / Enlargement, external relations and trade / Institutional affairs / Security and defence

President Juncker stresses the need for Europe to become more sovereign so as to be able to play a role in shaping global affairs. 

Young people wearing the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) t-shirt © EU
11/09/2018 - Culture, education and youth

Young people are now able to volunteer or work in EU-wide solidarity schemes, after a final vote on the European Solidarity Corps. 

Vĕra Jourová and Margaritis Schinas © EU
05/09/2018 - Enlargement, external relations and trade / Justice and citizens’ rights

Following the conclusion of the EU-Japan talks on personal data protection in July 2018, the Commission launched the procedure for the adoption of its adequacy decision.

Pears and apple © EU
03/09/2018 - Culture, education and youth / Food, farming and fisheries

Aimed at promoting healthy eating habits among children, the EU school scheme includes the distribution of fruit, vegetables and milk products, as well as dedicated educational programmes to teach pupils about the importance of good nutrition and to explain how food is produced.

Clock with European flag background © EU
31/08/2018 - Food, farming and fisheries

This online consultation, which ran from 4 July to 16 August 2018, received 4.6 million responses from all 28 Member States, the highest number of responses ever received in any Commission public consultation. 

31/08/2018 - Employment and social rights / Statistics
Weeds growing out of dry earth © EU
30/08/2018 - Food, farming and fisheries

In light of the difficulties faced by European farmers affected by drought this summer, the European Commission continues acting to provide practical support to the sector. Additional flexibility will be granted to help farmers provide sufficient feed to their animals.

Young people wearing the European Solidarity Corps (ESC) t-shirt © EU
10/08/2018 - Culture, education and youth

The European Commission is calling on interested parties to put forward ideas for projects under the European Solidarity Corps. A total of €44 million has been set aside from the EU budget for selected projects that will be open to all young people across Europe and beyond.

31/07/2018 - Employment and social rights / Statistics
26/07/2018 - Enlargement, external relations and trade

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