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European Pillar of Social Rights for a social market economy
20/05/2021 01:24 37 comments
Implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) and link the achievement of the Rights in the Pillar with the Treaty objective of the European Union as a “social market economy, aiming at full employment and social progress”. The aim is to ensure the consistency of EU policies and initiatives with that objective, including by a potential inclusion of the Pillar in the Treaties. The fleshing out of the concept of the social market economy with a reinforcement of the role of the Pillar would also work to ensure a proper rebalancing of the existing EU economic governance instruments, including the Two Pack, Six Pack and Fiscal Compact.
The Europe I Want — 3: The Future of Work in the European Union for a Fairer Society
14 October 2021
17:00 - 18:30
the green and digital transformation in the European Union depends heavily on the changes and transformation needed in the labour market. While Europe is among the most equal societies in the world, with the highest standards in working conditions, and with broad social protection, there are always issues and areas to be addressed. These include the implications, employment conditions, the need for further training and training in new skills, increased awareness of work-life balance, equality, and more work for every worker to work in markets that offer jobs with adequate pay for a decent and quality standard of living. The ultimate aim of all this is that, while workers have the necessary skills, the labour market continues to grow in innovation and quality that guarantee social protection for both their families and the rest of society. This will reduce the rate of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion. This will ensure that the green and digital transition takes place in a context where jobs, skills, innovation and social protection go hand in hand, for both those in the world of work and those who are not. These themes are ultimately the building blocks on which the European Pillar of Social Rights, modelled on twenty different principles, is built to achieve a fairer and more inclusive European Union. The meeting, which will be led by TVM’s journalist Mario Xuereb, will consist of interventions by a number of people involved in various sectors and interventions by those who join online. Registration To register for online participation via the Zoom platform, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating whether you represent an organisation.
The recovery and resilience facility can be a tool for reducing social inequalities?
08 September 2021
09:00 - 11:30
Event Timing: September 8th, 2021 S-Com within the WISE4Challenges project carried out a series of interviews with female MEPs and a questionnaire on the topic of the Recovery and Resilience Facility. The RRF was created to repair the damage created by the Covid-19 pandemic but also aims to help Member States reduce social inequalities. During the debate we will see how the 3 countries involved in the project (IT-BE-SP) are responding. We invite you to register and participate in this online debate. The registration is compulsory: https://forms.gle/ZQ2DNBzsvJBNz3zN6 Registration deadline: 06/09/21 Contact us at email@example.com
Social economy, the future of Europe
10 March 2022
17:00 - 19:00
>> https://live.eventtia.com/en/economiesocialefutureen << Presentation of the event, taking place in three parts The social economy: the future of Europe – 17 February, 10 March and 5 and 6 May 2022 This major event will take place in Paris and Strasbourg and will bring together, for the first time since the launch of the action plan for the social economy, European, institutional and field players in the social economy. Together, they will address key issues such as the implementation of the action plan on the ground, the key role of the social economy in achieving the European Green Pact and inclusive and equitable growth, the building of a global movement for the recognition of the social economy, and the financing of the social economy Due to the sanitary context, the event will take place in three parts, the two first ones, in a hybrid format, will take place on 17 February and 10 March, and the last one, will be held in Strasbourg on 5 and 6 May 2022. 17 February 2022 The very first meeting of the EU Council of Ministers in charge of the social economy, set up by the French Secretary of State for the Social, Solidarity and Responsible Economy, will still be organised in Paris, as will the presentation, by videoconference, of the action plan. 10 March 2022 A debate on the contribution to the conference on the future of Europe will be held in the European Parliament in Strasbourg, in order to promote the social economy in the work of the conference for the future of Europe, for its democratic values and principles, for its entrepreneurial diversity, for its role in favour of active citizenship. 5 and 6 May 20 The conferences, workshops, thematic areas for debate and participation, and ethical tourist circuits have been postponed and will still take place at the Palais de la Musique et des Congrès in Strasbourg.
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