As we approach next year’s elections, it's important to reflect on the progress that has been made in the European Union over the past few years. From the implementation of the European Green Deal to the historic EU Recovery Plan, the EU has been taking bold steps toward a more sustainable and resilient future. However, one of the key issues that remains on the agenda is digital transformation. The EU is committed to building a digital economy that is inclusive, sustainable, and innovative, but there are still challenges to be overcome.
With the 2024 European elections on the horizon, many are already looking ahead to the next five years of EU policy. From climate change and energy transition to digital transformation and economic recovery, the EU faces a range of challenges and opportunities in the coming years. Experts discuss:
Predictions for the new EU policy agenda for 2024-2029
Potential priorities, initiatives, and challenges for the new administrations
How changes may impact businesses, organisations, and individuals across Europe
Gain a better understanding of what's at stake in the 2024 EU elections, what's left on the EU's agenda in 2023, and what’s coming for the next five years.