Quality of life: from safe food to data protection
What does quality of life mean for you? Safe food? Accessible medical care? Breathable air and clean environment? Strong consumers’ rights? Or knowing that your data and privacy are safe? European Parliament holds improving of the quality of life in the EU high on its agenda. Read more here and follow 4th ReACT conference on quality of life on 23 January in Rome live!
In the past few years, European parliament worked on wide range of rules to improve the quality of life in Europe: ensuring safe and accessible medicines and medical treatments, strengthening passenger rights, enabling consumers to buy clearly and correctly labelled food, cutting CO2 emissions and preventing other environmental pollution, but also making sure that privacy of European citizens is protected and their data safe. Read more in our Top Story.
Three of those topics: environment, health and food and the “European way” to protect them are to be debated during fourth ReACT conference “Cutting Quality of life: past, present and future” that takes place on 23 January in Rome. Chef Carlo Cracco, climatologist Riccardo Valentini and Professor Michele Mirabella present their points of view and debate them with the audience. Conference is moderated by geologist Mario Tozzi. Follow live and comment #Reactroma via links on the right.
ReAct Roma is the fourth in a series of five interactive conferences on subjects vital to the EU, ahead of the European elections in May 2014. They take place in different European cities where opinion leaders will share their ideas about today’s issues. Previous events were dedicated to jobs and employment (15/10 Paris), EU in world (14/11 Warszawa), EU and finances (5/12 Frankfurt). The fifth event will be about EU and economy and will take place on 20/2 in Madrid.
Streaming ReACT Rome, 23 January 19:00
ReACT Rome: web site in IT
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