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A renewed Social Contract for Europe for a fair recovery
20/05/2021 01:20 32 comments
The Conference on the Future of Europe should focus on the necessity of a Renewed Social Contract for Europe, to pave the way to a fairer, more inclusive and sustainable society. The improvement of living and working conditions in Europe and equality between men and women should be at the forefront. The recovery should be based on redistribution and upward convergence, quality job creation in all sectors and reinforced investments in public services and social protection, including ensuring the right to decent pensions. The respect of workers’ and trade union rights, social dialogue, stronger collective bargaining and democracy at work constitute the necessary basis for a fair recovery. The specific situation of mobile, cross-border and frontier workers must be taken fully into account. Europe must promote and defend free movement of persons as one of the four main freedoms enshrined in the TFEU.
Work after the big emergency. Young people and the EU’s response
08 July 2021
17:30 - 19:00
Event promoted by Legislative Assembly of Emilia-Romagna, Europe Direct Emilia-Romgna, Municipality of Bologna and European Committee of the Regions, with the contribution of Metropolitan City of Bologna. After the opening of the Mayor of Bologna and member of the European Committee of the Regions Virginio Merola and of the President of the Legislative Assembly of Emilia-Romagna Emma Petitti, there will be an overview of the post pandemic scenario related to the work for young people in Italy and Emilia-Romagna by Daniela Freddi, researcher IRES Emilia Romagna. A dialogue will follow with young people representing different Bolognese realities, led by the director of the regional RAI headquarters for Emilia-Romagna Fabrizio Binacchi, supported by Marco Lombardo, Councillor for European and International Relations, Labour, Third Sector Municipality of Bologna and Morena Diazzi Director General Economia della conoscenza, del lavoro, dell’impresa Regione Emilia Romagna. Giacomo Di Federico Professor of Law of the European Union University of Bologna will intervene in this dialogue; Riccardo Mancuso Member of Riders Union Bologna; Jessica Abbuonandi Founder of Wise Mind Place and administrator of start-up Jab Srl; Antonio Rossa Secretary Workers of Communication, entertainment culture and sport CGIL Bologna; Francesca Cortimiglia Head of Human Resources at GELLIFY; Fausto Tinti Deputy Councillor for Labour Policies Metropolitan City of Bologna. concludes Adelaide Mozzi of the European Commission’s Italian Representation. Europe Direct Emilia-Romagna will gather the demands and proposals that will emerge for the reporting foreseen in the platform of the Conference on the Future of Europe. The meeting takes place in the Enzo Biagi room of Sala Borsa in Bologna and will be broadcast live on the facebook page of Europe Direct Emilia-Romagna and the International Relations Office of the Municipality of Bologna. Tuesday 13 July 18 will be broadcast on Lepida TV, channel 118 of digital terrestrial and will remain available in the “video on demand” section of www.Lepida.tv
Linking local policy making to high level EU goals
06 December 2021
14:00 - 16:00
A meeting of representatives of the 31 Public Participation Networks in Ireland to discuss how their experience of policy making at a local level, in particular informing the development of local economic plans and social plans can inform the discussion around developing a stronger and fairer economy, where social and environmental issues have equal priority with economic issues.
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