Smart farms: With the spread of smart farming and the increasing use of precision agriculture, how can European countries engage relevant stakeholders to move towards an agricultural model that meets their environmental and climate objectives?
Zoom school: With the rising integration of digital technologies into schools and universities, how can European countries benefit from technological advancements in education, while ensuring equal access and quality for all students and personnel?
From linear to circular: With the detrimental environmental impact of the current “take-make-dispose” economic model, the need to turn from a linear economy to a circular one has become increasingly apparent. How can European states move towards a circular economy and cooperate with stakeholders to change global consumption and production trends?
Smart factories: The digitalisation of manufacturing has transformed production processes and business models. How should European countries approach the digital future while protecting their manufacturing jobs and ensuring their workers are equipped with the right skills?
The cost of isolation: With Covid-19 social distancing measures increasing young peoples' isolation and vulnerability to mental health concerns, what should European countries do to safeguard both the physical and mental health of youths?
Unsafe online: According to the World Health Organisation, one in five girls is a victim of cyberharassment by the age of fifteen. How can European countries protect women and girls online?
With Covid-19 social distancing measures restricting peoples' ability to exercise their right to freedom of assembly and increasing attention to issues of police brutality, how can European countries guarantee their residents' safety while assuring their rights to peaceful protest?
Affordable housing: With increasing rent prices and the lack of social housing, how can European countries protect their residents from evictions and homelessness and develop sustainable housing plans?