This publication looks at what characterises cohesive societies with a high level of well-being. Prosperity, a generous and inclusive welfare system, high levels of education and low unemployment are central, and digital skills are found to be increasingly important.
Drug use is a major public health problem, particularly among vulnerable young people. How can we reduce life-threatening drug use risks, such as infections caused by blood-borne viruses?
The harmonious coexistence of many mother tongues, including regional and minority languages, is a powerful symbol of the EU’s aspiration to be united in diversity. How does the EU encourage the learning of lesser-known languages? Erasmus+ and Creative Europe are helping to fund relevant programmes in schools, vocational training and adult education
The European Commission’s annual General Report provides the European Parliament with an overview of EU activities over the past year.
How much progress has been made towards meeting World Health Organisation and EU air quality standards? What do we know about the extent to which people and ecosystems are exposed to air pollution? This report covers air quality in Europe from 2000 to 2016
This presents the findings of the survey conducted by the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights on Jewish people’s experiences of hate crime, discrimination and antisemitism in 12 EU countries. Including nearly 16,500 people, it is the biggest survey of its kind ever conducted
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