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Council Recommendation on access to social protection – making social protection systems fit for the future
On 8 November, the Council adopted the Recommendation on Access to social protection for workers and the self-employed, a key initiative part of the roll-out of the European Pillar of Social Rights.
Progress on social initiatives of the Juncker Commission
The European Commission has taken concrete initiatives to put the 20 principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights into practice at European level.
European Pillar of Social Rights: Statement by President Juncker, Vice- President Dombrovskis and Commissioner Thyssen one year following its proclamation
Almost one year ago, on 17 November 2017, the leaders of the European Union solemnly proclaimed the European Pillar of Social Rights at the Social Summit for fair jobs and growth in Gothenburg, Sweden.
Commission adopts proposals for a European Labour Authority and for access to social protection
The European Commission has taken more concrete new initiatives to further deliver on the European Pillar of Social Rights.
President Juncker and Prime Minister Löfven present way forward after the Social Summit
Less than two weeks after the Social Summit, which took place on 17 November in Gothenburg, European Commission President Juncker and Swedish Prime Minister Löfven take stock of its outcome. The concluding report published today will serve to frame the follow-up of the Summit, which starts with the December European Council.
European Semester Autumn Package: Striving for sustainable and inclusive growth
The 2018 European Semester cycle of economic, fiscal and social policy coordination starts against the backdrop of robust economic activity in the euro area and the EU, record high employment levels and unemployment rates declining towards pre-crisis levels.
ESPN Synthesis Report on “Access to social protection for people working on non-standard contracts and as self-employed in Europe: A study of national policies”
Despite a number of recent national reforms which seek to improve their social protection, the self-employed still have lower coverage and benefits than salaried workers, and run a much higher risk of falling into poverty, according to a new Synthesis Report by the European Social Policy Network (ESPN)