60 Ideas for Europe

Archives for Economic & Social

The European project has proven to be economically beneficial for its member states. With EU countries in a stable situation, the burden of responsibility towards developing countries is heightened. As rice prices soar in countries where it provides primary sustenance now is the time for the EU to move more quickly on reforming policies such… » read more

Posted by EMI

So the Commission is going to authorise the use of mobile phones on planes. Terrific. Can they take a leaf out of the anti-smoking campaign and insist that every plane has a “non-Talking” section, now that the non-smoking section is now the entire plane? After all, people would still be able to use SMS …… » read more

Posted by EMI

This a great project and oportunity to perform the activities in Agriculture in Europe. This miraculous project was sucessfully developed in South Korea and it began when Mr Yong Ki Kim claimed strongly to God because South Korea was dominated by the japanese people. God revealed him how to work focus to a new and… » read more

Posted by EMI

PES Women brings together women – MPs, MEPs and activists – from PES member parties to discuss and promote gender equality within and outside the Party of European Socialists. PES Women has its own section on Yourspace where many topics have been brought up and debated since the beginning of the PES manifesto consultation in… » read more

Posted by pesmanifesto

The EU-is-good-for-you campaign The idea: Once a month the EU puts an advertisement in a high-circulatuion print medium in all member states(or alternatively some), headed”Europe is good for you”. Example contents:Energy monopolies must be broken-your costs will be reduced;strict pollution limits are good for your health; speed limits are good for you-more EU citizens will… » read more

Posted by EMI

In late March the President of the Party of European Socialists (PES), Poul Nyrup Rasmussen , took the floor as blogger on Yourspace – the website of the open consultation on priorities for Europe’s socialists and social democrats in the 2009 elections. Among other things Poul Nyrup Rasmussen invites all party members and PES activists… » read more

Posted by pesmanifesto

Climate change has a range of adverse effects on the natural and material environment, including Europe’s cultural heritage and landscapes. Wide-ranging actions required to reduce damaging greenhouse gas emissions will have significant implications on cultural heritage and landscapes. Strategies, plans and projects relating to risk assessment, adaptation and mitigation must therefore be developed for heritage… » read more

Posted by EMI