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News 20/01/2022

Five finalists of social rights video competition are out

The European Commission announced the five finalists of the #MySocialRights video competition. In a week, the winner will be selected based on the public vote.

#MySocialRights video competition banner, stating on the legend

The #MySocialRights video competition started in November 2021. Focusing on young people aged 18-30 living in the EU, it provided participants the opportunity to show their ideas and hopes for the future of social Europe and tell what social rights means to them in a form of a video-diary.

From the submitted entries, the jury selected the five finalists whose videos have been shared on Facebook. You can give a like or share your favourite video until 25 January, midnight. The winner will be the finalist with the most likes and shares.


Ελένα: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1608366609521196&id=100010436166553

Patryk: https://www.facebook.com/patryk.wylaz/posts/4536108763151873

Ausma: https://www.facebook.com/ausma.cirulniece/posts/5015107825200891

Lorenzo: https://www.facebook.com/lores996/posts/10224194645431456

Milica: https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=106274361920773&id=100076146287090

The Commission will announce the winner and two runner-ups at the end of January. They can choose their prize between a Go-Pro camera, a 22 days Interrail Global pass, or a donation to a selected charity.


With the European Pillar of Social Rights, the European Commission aims to build a fairer and more inclusive European Union.

The 20 principles of the Pillar show the way towards a strong social Europe that is fair, inclusive and full of opportunity.

To help turn the principles into reality, the Commission is working to engage Europeans on social issues and increase awareness of social Europe.

In line with these goals, the #MySocialRights video competition aims to launch a conversation on social Europe and the European Pillar of Social Rights with the general public.

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