November will be a crucial month for the European Semester, as it marks the launch of the Annual Growth Survey (AGS), setting out broad EU economic priorities for the year 2017.

To better understand the current phase of the European Semester, and why your engagement is of particular importance, we have devoted the latest issue of the European Semester Quarterly to the AGS. It explains why this is the right time to start contacting the Representation of the European Commission in your own Country and it features two interesting interviews – one focusing on Semester involvement from the perspective of one of our Danish members, and one exploring the role of the Country Desk Officer within the European Commission.  The issue also addresses Healthy Aging and Long Term Care in the European Semester.

Find the Semester Quarterly here (EN).