Report on ESG and AI – Key Acronyms for Our Present and Future
13 January 2024

Report on ESG and AI – Key Acronyms for Our Present and Future

Unknown words and acronyms continually appear in public discourse. The complexity of politics and globalization have created a new vocabulary, often unfamiliar to citizens and even experts. ESG: An acronym we will hear more and more, relevant not just to…
Fostering resilience in Europe: the role of social investment
21 November 2023

Fostering resilience in Europe: the role of social investment

Recent European history is one of crises and resilience. What has been made clear by all our endeavours to contain crises and overcome their ramifications is that the welfare state and social protection have a crucial role to play. Changing geopolitical…
Without women’s voices, democracy and peace are weaker
10 February 2023

Without women’s voices, democracy and peace are weaker

By Margot Wallström Excluding women from peace talks leads to less justice for them and a greater chance of conflict, writes Margot Wallström. They are called ‘family photos’, official pictures taken at governmental, international and multilateral meetings, conferences and signing…
Combining joint interests to avert tensions
22 March 2022

Combining joint interests to avert tensions

Anna Diamantopoulou, Kathimerini The new era signals a need for a new national strategy. The impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will be felt across the planet. The European Union has entered a period of tectonic shifts with regard to…
Covid is not an inter-generational conflict
17 December 2021

Covid is not an inter-generational conflict

George  Leeson, Professorial Fellow at the Institute of Population Ageing As the early days of 2020 passed with most of us hoping for the first signs of spring to drive away the greyness of a long winter, infections from a…