Voices from Brussels

European journalists based in Brussels take you through encounters and interviews to understand what’s brewing in the bloc - a Euranet Plus podcast.

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Episodes

Thursday Sep 22, 2022

La Commission européenne a proposé une loi pour supprimer du marché européen les importations issues du travail forcé. Quel en sera vraiment l'impact? La journaliste Léa Marchal enquête - à Strasbourg cette fois - dans cet épisode en français de notre série "Voices from Brussels", produite par Euranet Plus.
Photo © Shutterstock (Femmes ouïgoures dans une usine de vêtements de la province du Xinjiang)

Friday Sep 16, 2022

In a delicate balancing act, Brussels is proposing a law to rid the European market of all forced labour products.
Photo: Uyghur women in clothes factory in Xinjiang province © Azamat Imanaliev on Shutterstock

Friday Jul 22, 2022

After a difficult birth, new EU legislation is finally coming to life that will require companies to have at least 40 per cent women on their boards - in this new 'Voices from Europe' episode by Júlia Manresa Nogueras.
© Photo by Rawpixel on Shutterstock.com

Thursday Jul 14, 2022

NATO allies and EU member states have supported Ukraine's war effort and sent weapons. Whether this support will be enough for Ukraine - and whether the West could do better - remains an open question. In this new episode of our 'Voices from Brussels' podcast, Léa Marchal reports... from Madrid.
Picture by Thomas Ragina on Shutterstock 

Thursday Jun 09, 2022

EU institutions have recently passed two tech regulation that will mark a shift in the way we use the internet. Follow Júlia in the European capital, as she tries to grasp the concrete benefits of the DMA and DSA rules.
A new Voices from Brussels podcast by Euranet Plus.
© Photo by Kenny Eliason on Unsplash

Friday May 13, 2022

Recent applications for European Union membership, including the popular Ukrainian one, call for an overhaul of EU's sclerotic enlargement policy. Léa, a French journalist who reports on European affairs from Brussels, asks politicians and observers in the EU capital where they this EU enlargement is headed.

Friday Mar 18, 2022

This year should be the year of the revision of the 30 year old European tax rules. What is at stake? What ideas are on the table? What are the positions around the table? Spanish business journalist Júlia Manresa guides you through the complexities of European reform.

Friday Mar 18, 2022

Júlia, a young Spanish journalist specialising in European economic issues and based in Brussels, takes you on a series of interviews in the EU capital. In this episode, she takes you through the debate on sanctions against Russia. What is their real impact? Should and can the EU do more? 

Friday Mar 18, 2022

Léa is a young French journalist who follows European news from Brussels. Discover with her what is going on in the heart of the EU and understand the stakes of these issues! In this episode, prepared the day before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, she discusses the country's accession to the EU with MEPs and experts.

Friday Mar 18, 2022

Júlia, a young Spanish journalist specialising in European economic issues and based in Brussels, takes you on a series of interviews in the EU capital. In this episode, she takes you through the debate on sanctions against Russia. What is their real impact? Should and can the EU do more? 

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