A growing reviewed collection of useful sources, datasets and data repositories on EU affairs
The latest Useful data:
Housing Europe is a European federation for public, cooperative and social housing, which manage over 26 million homes in 24 countries – 11% of existing dwellings in Europe.
Every two years, the OECD publishes a very thorough report on pension schemes in OECD and G20 countries.
Since 1998, the EurObserv’ER barometer has annually measured the progress made in renewable energy in each EU member state.
Launched in 2017, the OECD’s affordable housing database compiles all the pertinent data for an analysis of developments in housing markets across Europe.
Every year, the European Environment Agency publishes a report on air quality in Europe.
The European survey of enterprises on new and emerging risks is a vast study which examines the way in which the risks relating to health and safety are managed by European enterprises.
The second overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe (2017) explores housing difficulties, homelessness and evictions across Europe.
The European innovation scorecard, published annually by the European Commission, provides data on innovation, investments in R&D and patent applications.
The European Institute For Gender Equality (EIGE) is an independent European agency which aims to promote and strengthen gender equality within the EU.