European Commission is launching a global Alliance to counter migrant smuggling at a high-level international conference
At an International Conference on a Global Alliance to Counter Migrant Smuggling in Brussels on 28 November, the European Commission will present new legislation on countering migrant smuggling.
The European Commission has positively assessed Ireland's revised recovery and resilience plan. The plan now is worth €914 million in RRF (Recovery and Resilience Facility) grants.
How to address this skills gap in Ireland was at the centre of a ‘Skills for Jobs’ seminar and panel discussion organised by the Commission Representation in Ireland and Eurofound, the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, which took place at Europe House today.
Commission sets out key priorities in the European Semester for the year ahead to strengthen EU competitiveness
The European Commission has launched the 2024 European Semester cycle of economic policy coordination. The package sets out key priorities and provides policy guidance for the year ahead to strengthen EU competitiveness.
European Commission decides to refer Ireland to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to fully transpose EU rules on Work-life balance
The European Commission has decided to refer Ireland, Belgium and Spain to the Court of Justice of the European Union for failing to notify national measures fully transposing EU rights on Work-Life Balance for parents and carers.
Ireland's GDP expected to decline by 0.9% in 2023 according to the Commission's Autumn Economic Forecast
Following strong growth in 2022, Ireland's GDP is expected to decline by 0.9% in 2023 amid developments in multinational-dominated sectors and normalising domestic demand, according to the European Commission’s Autumn 2023 Economic Forecast released today.
The Commission has presented a series of new initiatives in a Skills and Talent Mobility package to make the EU more attractive to talent from outside EU, and to facilitate mobility within.
The EU continues to work around the clock to channel humanitarian assistance to Gaza. A further six EU humanitarian air bridge flights are now scheduled for the coming days.
In its 2023 enlargement package, adopted today, the European Commission recommended to open negotiations with Ukraine and Moldova, to grant candidate status to Georgia and to open accession negotiations with BiH, once the necessary degree of compliance is achieved.
As part of the EU’s continued support to people in Gaza, the European Commission will provide a further €25 million in humanitarian aid. This quadruples EU humanitarian assistance to over €100 million for Gaza this year.