Today the European Commission has made almost 1 billion euro available for the young unemployed.
Four more Flash Reports prepared by ESPN independent experts on recent social policy debates in Europe are now available.
The European Commission recently published a report in which it monitored good practices across Europe in the areas of employment, social affairs and inclusion.
Further policy is needed to return to self-sustaining growth. The European Commission today adopted country-specific economic policy recommendations for 2015 and 2016 asking for national actions to create jobs and stimulate growth.
The European Commission published a first overview today of the integrated social services related to labour market and social (re)integration in the EU and identified best practices.
Four more Flash Reports on recent social policy developments in Europe are now available:
A report commissioned by the European Commission to the European Social Policy Network of independent experts published today shows that Member States have made progress in implementing reforms toward social investment but there still a lot to be done for the modernisation of the social protection systems across the European Union.
Social Agenda n°40 highlights the 2015 European Semester, the EU economic governance process.
The European Commission is fully committed to the process of adopting a post-2015 development agenda, which is currently driven by the United Nations to set the main goals and targets for the next 15 years.
The economic situation in the EU started gradually improving nearly two years ago, and most Member States have recently registered positive GDP growth. Employment has started picking up, with improvements now materialising in most sectors.