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  • In this issue:

    • #CivSocWeek is coming on 4-7 March
    • Emilie Prouzet: Long-term competitiveness, mapping factors and actors to chart a way forward
    • Ana Gomes: Rising above the far right in Europe – causes, and the remedies needed
    • Ukraine, two years on
  • In this issue:

    • In memory of Jacques Delors, former President of the European Commission. Tribute given by Sebastien Maillard, Director of the Jacques Delors Institute and Lorenzo Consoli, EU Correspondent
    • COP28: Civil society to push for more action to save climate
    • European Disability Card – one step closer to achieving free movement for people with disabilities in the EU
    • EESC demands political efforts to eradicate homelessness be stepped up