Osa uutisista, tapahtumakuvauksista ja erikoisaiheita käsittelevistä artikkeleista on saatavilla ainoastaan englanniksi, ranskaksi ja/tai saksaksi.
Social rights video competition now open
The #MySocialRights video competition is now open to young people aged 18-30 living in the EU.
Visit our online exhibition on social and employment realities in Europe
The Commission has prepared an online exhibition on social and employment realities in Europe, in partnership with major and upcoming European artists and in cooperation with Europeana.
#MySocialEurope photo competition: winners announced
The 3 main winners of #MySocialEurope photo competition were invited to the Young citizens’ dialogue in Sibiu, Romania and awarded an InterRail ticket to discover Europe. Commissioner Marianne Thyssen handed over the prizes at the event.
European Semester Winter Package: assessing Member States' progress on economic and social priorities
In its annual assessment of the economic and social situation in the Member States, the Commission stresses the need to promote investment, pursue responsible fiscal policies and implement well-designed reforms.
Commission launches photo competition #MySocialEurope
#MySocialEurope photo competition is open to young people aged 18-30 and living in the EU. Until 4 March 2019, they will have the opportunity to show ‘How should the Future of social Europe look like?’ through their creative lens.
#MySocialRights photo competition - Discover the winners
The three main winners of the #MySocialRights photo competition attended the European Youth Event, in Strasbourg, where they were awarded an Interrail ticket to discover Europe.
Social Agenda 51 - Fair mobility and social fairness
The April issue of our Social Agenda magazine focuses on the notion of fairness: fair cross-border mobility, with the creation of a European Labour Authority; and social fairness with a Recommendation on access to social protection for the almost 40% of people employed in the EU who are either in an “atypical” employment situation or self-employed.
Report recognises efforts to ensure adequate pensions in the EU, but more needs to be done
The 2018 Pensions Adequacy Report analyses how current and future pensions help prevent old-age poverty and maintain the income of men and women for the duration of their retirement. It underlines that Member States pay more and more attention to sustainable, adequate pensions in their reforms, but further measures will be needed in the future.
EU Ministers agree on European framework for quality and effective apprenticeships
EU Ministers for Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs agreed on a recommendation setting a European framework for quality and effective apprenticeships, based on a Commission proposal from October 2017.
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.