Linz 2020

Regional Session Linz 2020

Thu, 6 Feb. 2020 – Sun, 9 Feb. 2020



In the light of increasingly intense effects of climate and environmental changes in the past years, especially less developing countries struggle with protecting their citizens and living standards. How can the EU promote advancements and improvements in such areas in order to avoid the daunting consequences of climate change?


With the European Federation of National Organisations Working with the Homeless (FEANTSA) publishing its recommendations for the newly elected European Parliament due to homelessness and housing exclusion increasing dramatically in the EU and keeping in mind that affordable housing is a human right, what steps should the EU take to make sure that affordable housing is more accessible?


With an estimated 46 million people in Europe suffering from food scarcity and 118 million under poverty risk, what steps should the EU take to reduce food waste and ensure that this fundamental human right is upheld?


Considering the enormous amount of finite resource materials being used for everyday products such as fashion items or technology, what measures should the EU take towards a circular economy in these sectors, while also considering the socio-economic impact on workers in developing countries?


With 5-10% of working Europeans facing bullying or sexual harassment at some point during their career, with women and the LGBTQ+ community being the most common victims, how can Member States ensure a safe and equal working environment for everyone?


Considering the tremendous rise of people moving to towns and its side effects on rural areas, what measures can the EU take to increase the attractiveness of living in rural areas?

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