REPORT: What are the EU’s policy plans for the rest of 2022?

The new report from Dods EU Political Intelligence provides a one-stop guide to the packed policy agenda of the EU’s institutions for the autumn and winter period
Ursula von der Leyen delivering her 2021 State of the Union Address in Strasbourg | Photo: EC - Audiovisual Service

By Dods EU Political Intelligence

Leading provider of EU parliamentary and political intelligence, delivered by an expert team of specialist researchers

12 Sep 2022

Europe faces a period of huge uncertainty. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has driven up the price of energy and other goods, fueled fears about gas supplies, and cast a cloud over the economic outlook and recovery from the Covid-19 crisis.

Against this challenging backdrop, the European Union’s institutions, the European Commission, Council and Parliament, have set themselves a busy schedule for the coming months to advance policy across a wide range of areas, from the green transition to budget discussions and regulations for digital and health.

Click here to download and read the full Dods EU Political Intelligence report, which provides a one-stop guide to the upcoming policy plans of the EU’s institutions.

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