The Future of the EU27

EU27 Analysis


The Future of the EU27 project is a three-year programme (2017–2020) supported by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. It aims to enhance debate on the future of Ireland in an EU of 27 and to gain insight into the major challenges facing Ireland and the EU by providing in-depth analysis of emerging trends.


20th December 2019

FUTURE OF THE EU27 INTERVIEW SERIES

As part of the Future of the EU27 Project, the Institute has conducted a series of five-minute interviews with visiting keynote speakers at the IIEA
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20th June 2019

Emerging Voices – A Future of Europe Anthology

The IIEA Emerging Voices group brings together a diverse group of emerging leaders, from a range of different backgrounds. Since 2018 the group has met on a monthly basis to share their views on Ireland’s place in the future of the EU and to further their understanding of European affairs.
1min
8th February 2019

EU Explorer: Mapping the Future of Europe

The EU Explorer is a new interactive tool, created by the IIEA as part of our Future of the EU27 project. This interactive country profile map was developed to build an understanding of the wide variety of views and policy positions across EU Member States.
1min
13th October 2017

The IIEA Future of EU 27 Project

Ireland’s strategic agenda for the next three years is complex. Navigating the UK’s withdrawal from the European Union, and examining Ireland’s position within the EU of 27, will demand reflection and analysis.
3min
5th June 2020

EU27 Bulletin 25 May – 5 June 2020

The IIEA’s EU27 Bulletin brings you the key developments from across the EU institutions on a fortnightly basis. Each bulletin follows developments in the European Commission, the European Parliament and the Council, respectively. We also look ahead to what developments may emerge over the coming weeks.
1min
5th June 2020

Sweden’s Values-Based Approach to Domestic and Foreign Policy

Minister Linde explored the Swedish response to the coronavirus pandemic, the implications of the crisis for gender equality issues, and the significance of Sweden’s feminist foreign policy.
1min
29th May 2020

The COVID Crisis and Gender Equality

Chair of the European Parliament Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality, Evelyn Regner MEP, reflected on the particular impact of the COVID-19 crisis on women and on the longer-term gender equality issues the EU will face in its recovery.
1min
25th May 2020

The German EU Presidency: Changing Priorities in Challenging Times

Michael Roth discussed the priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU and reflected on the twin goals of repairing the EU’s economy and strengthening solidarity between its Member States.
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EU27 Publications

7th May 2020

Green Central Banking: Options for the ECB on Climate Change

This paper outlines several possible options for the ECB to be a major catalyst for climate action both through its monetary policy and regulatory decisions.
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24th April 2020

Between Rhetoric and Action: German Leadership in the EU’s Economic Response

This briefing paper examines the evolution of the debate in Germany around the EU’s economic response to coronavirus and reflects on the challenges facing Germany in brokering a compromise between other EU leaders.
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2nd April 2020

A Strong Social Europe for a Just Transition

This briefing by Tony Brown examines the key initiatives put forward by the Commission to create a more inclusive, fairer and people-centered social policy, which leaves no one behind and to emphasize the social element in Europe’s social market economy.  The briefing also assesses the significance of these proposals for Ireland.
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6th March 2020

Pushing the Envelope: The EU’s Multiannual Financial Framework for 2021-2027

This briefing examines how negotiations on the next long-term budget of the EU have progressed since 2018 and considers Ireland’s priorities in the decisive next phase of the process.
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EU27 Past Events

5th June 2020

Sweden’s Values-Based Approach to Domestic and Foreign Policy

Minister Linde explored the Swedish response to the coronavirus pandemic, the implications of the crisis for gender equality issues, and the significance of Sweden’s feminist foreign policy.
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29th May 2020

The COVID Crisis and Gender Equality

Chair of the European Parliament Committee on Women’s Rights and Gender Equality, Evelyn Regner MEP, reflected on the particular impact of the COVID-19 crisis on women and on the longer-term gender equality issues the EU will face in its recovery.
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25th May 2020

The German EU Presidency: Changing Priorities in Challenging Times

Michael Roth discussed the priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU and reflected on the twin goals of repairing the EU’s economy and strengthening solidarity between its Member States.
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22nd May 2020

The Future of the EU Post-COVID-19: An Economic Perspective

In his address to the IIEA, Minister Donohoe reflected on some of the key economic debates the COVID crisis has engendered in Europe, and discussed the pragmatic role that Ireland can play in shaping the EU post-COVID-19.
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