Covid-19 has disproportionately affected young and seasonal workers. The EU has recently revamped Europass, a tool that can help people in their search for work
The practice of obtaining sponsorship from private companies to organise the rotating presidency of the EU was brought to light by a complaint to the European Ombudsman who called the member countries of the European Council to order.
The European Public Prosecutor's Office will soon be able to investigate crimes related to the European budget in Member States as Europe steps up its efforts to fight corruption.
Real Economy visits Warsaw, Brussels and Hannover to see what's being done to improve accessibility across Europe for people with living with a disability.
The COVID-19 pandemic has destroyed all vestiges of the old neoliberal system. To ensure democracy survives in Europe in tact, the EU must not fall back to business as usual.
Outgoing Eurogroup chief Mário Centeno speaks to Euronews about the EU's economic response to COVID-19.
The Cohesion Fund was the first financial instrument mobilised to redirect EU money to combat the impact of COVID-19. But as evidence shows, it is vulnerable to abuse.
Russia and China have been identified as the main actors behind a widespread disinformation campaign during the COVID-19 crisis. The EU now has an opportunity to counteract fake news by promoting its freedoms and principles.
The Global Conversation speaks to Europe's Budget chief, Johannes Hann, about the EU's recovery plan to tackle the fallout from COVID-19 pandemic.
Smart Regions takes a look at a European project that is significantly scaling up the production of bio based products.
In this episode, Real Economy looks at what impact the coronavirus crisis is having on Europe's most vulnerable, and what the European Union is doing to help them.
European Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas talks to the Global Conversation about the future of Europe's border-free travel Schengen zone and what European solidarity should look like once Europe comes out of the coronavirus crisis.
In this episode, Real Economy focuses on how the European Union is redeploying its cohesion policy funds to tackle COVID-19.
In an exclusive interview with Euronews, the EU's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell discusses a host of issues, including Europe's diplomatic ties with China, the US and the global impact of Covid-19.
Business Planet explores a brand new European funding model called ESCALER to help entrepreneurs invest, innovate, expand, and respond to new needs.
With unemployment surging across Europe and worldwide, will the EU's SURE scheme (Support to mitigate Unemployment Risks in an Emergency) help avoid another pandemic - joblessness - once the COVID-19 emergency has receded?
The EU faces unprecedented challenges created by the coronavirus including emergency measures giving states sweeping powers. The Global Conversation discussed Europe's response to these issues with Věra Jourová, Vice President of the European Commission.
Euronews heads to the Danish town of Sonderborg to find out how they plan to become Europe's first carbon neutral city.
Lithuanian Commissioner Virginijus Sinkevičius speaks to Euronews' business editor about combatting climate change and biodiversity loss and how Europe can become the world's first carbon-neutral continent.
A decades-long personality clash between two of Albania’s leading politicians has worsened a constitutional mess that has profound ramifications.
France, Belgium, Italy, Spain and Greece are among the countries with debt-to-GDP ratios near or above 100%
It could get fiery: European leaders are meeting in Brussels to agree the EU's next long-term budget.
With its low birth rate and fast-ageing population, Europe is facing a demographic crisis, but the EU Commission is trying to find ways to re-integrate older people into the labour market and create new opportunities.
"Nuclear force is our final recourse, the cornerstone of our security, the guarantor of our vital interests," French president declared.
This practice of vigilantes came from the United States and has spread to Europe especially in countries in the north. In Scandinavia, The Netherlands, Germany and the UK, vigilante groups number more than three million citizens
There are 5.5 million young people in Europe who are not in education, employment or training. New to the labour market, they are less likely to find a job or are often employed on temporary or part-time contracts.