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Romania and EU enlargement to the Balkans
2 October 2015

The European Policy Centre together with the European Parliament Information Office in Romania and the Romanian Centre for European Policies co-organised a debate in Bucharest on ‘Romania and EU Enlargement in the Western Balkans’. The event also saw the launch in Romania of the EPC Issue Paper 'EU member states and enlargement towards the Balkans'.

European response(s) to the refugee, migrant and humanitarian crisis - Will the EU and member states succeed?
1 October 2015

While many member states continue to struggle to cope with the numbers of refugees arriving, an effective coordinated European response is vital in order to deal with the situation at hand and to demonstrate that EU member states have a common future through working together.

The sustainable development goals - What impact on EU development goals?
30 September 2015

At this Policy Briefing, Fernando Frutuoso de Melo, Director General for International Cooperation and Development at the European Commission, discussed the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and talked about the challenges ahead and the impact of the 2030 Agenda on the EU’s development policy.

EU enlargement to the Balkans - The role of the member states
29 September 2015

Corina Stratulat, EPC Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre, chaired a Policy Dialogue with six experts from the EU and Western Balkans region to discuss the findings of the EPC’s Issue Paper EU member states and enlargement towards the Balkans.

Preparing Europe’s health systems for future challenges
28 September 2015

Annika Hedberg, Senior Policy Analyst, European Policy Centre, chaired this CHES Policy Dialogue which included a series of workshops and a high-level panel discussion with Roberto Bertollini, ‎Chief Scientist and Representative to the EU, WHO, Magda Kalata, President, European Health Parliament, Zeger Vercouteren, Vice President Government Affairs & Policy EMEA, Johnson&Johnson and Maria Iglesia Gomez, Head of Unit for Healthcare systems, European Commission, considering how best to prepare Europe’s health systems for future trends and challenges.