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The Monthly Highlights publication provides an overview, at a glance, of the on-going work of the policy departments, including a selection of the latest and forthcoming publications, and a list of future events.

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06-07-2020 - 19:00

In this issue of the Monthly Highlights newsletter, LIBE Committee Chair Juan Fernando López Aguilar presents a briefing paper that examines the impact of COVID-19 measures adopted by the Member States on democracy, rule of law and fundamental rights. This edition also features topics related to gender equality, the budget, artificial intelligence, agriculture, and Africa. Forthcoming publications and events are also announced.

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16-06-2020 - 10:44

The educational, cultural and creative sectors across Europe have been severely affected by the impact of COVID-19-related measures. In this issue of the MH newsletter, CULT Chair Sabine Verheyen announces two research papers with policy recommendations to support the sectors' recovery and enhance their resilience to similar crises. This edition also focuses on fundamental rights, sustainable energy, trade with China, e-commerce, and the cohesion policy. Forthcoming publications are announced.

11-05-2020 - 17:16

In this issue of the newsletter, Director-General for Internal Policies Riccardo Ribera d'Alcalá talks about the key role that parliamentary committees play in shaping the European exit strategy from the COVID-19 health crisis and adopting the necessary measures towards rebuilding the economy. Other issues featured in this edition include the environment, the rule of law, the budget, and biodiversity and human rights. Forthcoming publications are also announced.

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10-02-2020 - 16:19

In this issue of the newsletter, SEDE Chair Nathalie Loiseau discusses the increased role of the EU in security and defence in the Continent and announces four research papers that take stock of the achievements and remaining challenges for the development of the CSDP. Other issues featured in this edition include health, cohesion, women’s rights, and budget. Forthcoming publications and events are also announced.

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13-01-2020 - 16:43

A number of emerging trends have challenged the traditional understanding of money, such as the decline in the use of cash, the emergence of cryptocurrencies and the prospect of central bank digital currencies, says ECON Chair Irene Tinagli, who also presents a series of papers on the benefits and risks of digitalisation of money for society. Other issues featured in this edition include agriculture, Brexit, innovation funding, and defence. Forthcoming publications and events are also announced.

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16-12-2019 - 17:25

More ambitious budget is needed and the European Parliament will not give its consent on MFF without significant progress on own resources, states BUDG Chair, Johan Van Overtveldt, in the opening article of the latest Monthly Highlights newsletter. Other issues featured in this edition include the European Public Prosecutor’s Office, EU climate change policies, development and environment in the Mekong region, farming employment, and professional status of rural women in the EU.

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