The European Commission comprises 27 Commissioners, one for each EU Member State. Together, they represent the Commission's political leadership for a 5-year term, with each Commissioner being responsible for a specific policy area. Click here to download the official leaflet.
This publication collects some of the most characteristic research of evidence of adverse effects of recent developments in what is generally referred to as ʻnew technologyʼ (e.g. digitalisation, robots and artificial intelligence) in working places. To read the findings, click here.
As part of the European Green Deal, the European Commission is organising a public consultation on how to get all Europeans involved in the fight against climate change. Find out more here!
Since 2014, the European Union has allocated more than EUR 35 billion to rail. Why? Rail is sustainable, rail connects people and it is safe. It also helps reaching the European Green Deal objectives. How? Check here to find out!
Click here to read about Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions: a tool that will support 65,000 researchers in Europe and beyond with a budget of EUR 6.16 billion to promote collaboration between academic, scientific and business communities within the Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation 2014-2020.
The lack of qualified cybersecurity professionals in the labour market constitutes an issue for both economic development and national security, especially in the rapid digitisation of the global economy. What is the status of the cybersecurity education system and how to attract more students to study cybersecurity? Click here to read more.