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A second strategic dialogue meeting on the European Pillar of Social Rights aimed to provide structured input from the civil society on the European Pillar of Social Rights consultation stream on the future of work and welfare systems
The EC-funded FreSsco network (Free Movement and Social Security Coordination) will organise a seminar in Sofia (Bulgaria) on 5 July 2016.
On 30 June 2016 DG Employment organised an expert hearing on ‘The Future of Welfare Systems', which reflected on the need for changes in response to the main challenges affecting social protection systems and identified areas where the European Pillar of Social Rights could facilitate necessary adjustments.
The EC-funded FreSsco network (Free Movement and Social Security Coordination) will organise a seminar in Warsaw (Poland) on 24 June 2016.
The 24th European Social Services Conference (ESSC) explored how public services can collaborate more effectively with local communities and their citizens in combatting poverty and social exclusion.
On 20 June the European Commission organised a high-level event to launch the New Skills Agenda for Europe to boost human capital, employability and competitiveness, adopted on 10 June 2016.
On 16 June 2016 the European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion organised an expert hearing on 'Labour market transitions – revisiting flexicurity', part of the public consultation on the draft European Pillar of Social Rights.
On 16 and 17 June, the 7th Conference on Evaluation of Cohesion Policy was held in Sofia to discuss the achievements of Cohesion Policy and the lessons learned during the 2007-2013 programming period and the challenges to the effectiveness of the 2014-2020 programming period.
On 15 June the Social Platform held a dedicated event to discuss the European Pillar of Social Rights. Besides Special Adviser Allan Larsson, speakers included former Italian Minister of Labour Enrico Giovannini, Claire Courteille from the ILO, MEPs Maria Joao Rodrigues (S&D, PT) and Terry Reintke (GREENS-EFA, DE), as well as high-level representatives from the EU social partners and EU-level NGOs.
On behalf of the ESCO Secretariat, Angeliki Dedopoulou, coordinator of the media sector in ESCO, presented ESCO at the 14th Human Resources Assembly #EBUHR2016 of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU).