A chance to ensure inclusive care for all? Brussels, 2023
A chance to ensure inclusive care for all? / Laeticia Thissen & Agnes Mach (Editors) ; Cecilia Navarra [and 9 other authors]. - Brussels : Foundation for European Progressive Studies ; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung EU Office, March 2023. - 136 Seiten = 25 MB, PDF-File. - (Policy study) Electronic ed.: Brussels : FES, 2023 ISBN 978-2-931233054
Assessing the potential systemic transformation of EU member states' energy and mobility sectors through their NRRPS Brussels, 2023
Assessing the potential systemic transformation of EU member states' energy and mobility sectors through their NRRPS / Christiny Miller, Lydia Korinek, Mona Leminski, Elizabeth Dirth. - Brussels : Foundation for European Progressive Studies ; Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung EU Office ; Institut Emile Vandervelde, January 2023. - 51 Seiten = 6 MB, PDF-File. - (Recovery watch : Policy study) Electronic ed.: Brussels : FES, 2023 ISBN 978-2-930769-94-3
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