Today in the EU

In the latest episode of our Today in the EU podcast, we are looking at how European elections have impacted French President Emmanuel Macron's policy choices. 
After France became the first country in the world to enshrine in the Constitution the right of women to have an abortion, the country now wants to regulate assisted dying. The newfound focus on civil and social rights has convinced many that Macron is trying to win back votes from the left in the run-up to June's European elections.
We sat down with Clara Bauer-Babef, health and politics reporter of Euractiv France, to unravel the matter. 

What is Today in the EU?

Today in the EU is the first daily podcast exclusively dedicated to politics and policy in the EU.
Evi Kiorri together with Giada Santana and the production team, Miriam Sáenz de Tejada, Nicoletta Ionta, with Euractiv's expert journalists, will be your guide and voice to ask your questions, explain and to enrich your understanding of EU dynamics every day at 6.00 am.