EU4FairWork: Commission launches campaign to tackle undeclared work
The Commission launched the first European campaign for declared work. It will work hand in hand with the European Platform tackling undeclared work and the European Labour Authority.
EU-Canada dialogue meeting on the new world of work and inclusive growth
Representatives from the EU and Canada met in Brussels on 19-20 February to discuss the future of work and inclusive growth.
EPIC attends child guarantee conference
A representative from the European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) team attended on 17 February 2020 the conference closing the first phase of the preparatory action for a child guarantee.
Social partners in road transport sector issue joint statement on challenges and priorities for the new decade
The European Transport Workers Federation (ETF) and International Road Transport Union (IRU) issued a joint statement on the 20th anniversary of the EU Social Dialogue Committee for Road Transport.
Joint recommendations on “Combating violence and insecurity on urban public transport” renewed by ETF and UITP
ETF and UITP renewed their Joint Recommendations on “Combating violence and insecurity on urban public transport” at the Urban Public Transport Sectoral Social Dialogue meeting on 29 January 2020
2019 statistical reports on social security coordination published
The EU rules on social security coordination protect the social security rights of mobile citizens. The latest statistical reports on social security coordination have now been published. These reports provide an overview of the data provided by Member States on the functioning of these rules.
Delivering the Social Pillar in cities
The European Commission, working closely with the Member States, is to draw up an action plan for implementing the European Pillar of Social Rights.
January 2020 developments in child and family policy in EU member states
The European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) presents a round-up of the latest developments in child and family policy in EU member states in January 2020.
A boost for social enterprises in Europe - new report available
To boost social enterprise, 16 EU countries have adopted new legislation during the past decade and 11 countries have created explicit policies to support its development, according to a new synthesis report 'Social enterprises and their ecosystems in Europe'.
Latest labour mobility report shows more Europeans than ever are living and working abroad
According to the Commission's 2019 annual Report on intra-EU Labour Mobility, there were 17.6 million EU-28 ‘movers' in 2018, of which 12.9 million persons were of working age (20-64 years).