With more than one in five citizens at risk of poverty or social exclusion, the EESC proposes minimum standards in unemployment insurance to better support, protect and reintegrate those who are out of work, no matter where in the EU they live.
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EESC debate takes stock and discusses steps to take
In June, the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) held a hearing focusing on combating discrimination in the employment and recruitment of Roma, which revealed that the current strategies for fostering their inclusion in the labour market were largely failing.
Conform noului studiu comandat de Comitetul Economic și Social European, serviciile transfrontaliere generează noi locuri de muncă și creștere economică. Acestea sunt efecte pozitive pentru toate țările UE, vizând diverse tipuri de locuri de muncă – atât cele care presupun activitate fizică, cât și cele bazate pe cunoaștere. Documentul dovedește că faptul de a nu adopta o reglementare strictă în cadrul pieței interne a serviciilor este benefică pentru economia UE.
The EESC draws mixed conclusions from the European Commission's growth survey
The government, representatives of organised civil society and other interest groups call for fresh impetus for the European Union
At its October plenary session, the EESC adopted a package of three opinions on EU economic governance, providing European decision-makers with new input for the ongoing discussions on deepening Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) and the next European Semester exercise.
Appropriate skills, social protection and diversity in the workplace will all be crucial for the future, as will social dialogue about the introduction of new technologies
The European economy loses over 2% of productivity per year due to a mismatch of skills, according to a recent study commissioned by the European Economic and Social Committee. This means a loss of 80 eurocents for each hour of work. The situation will get even worse in the future due to demographic trends and ongoing technological developments, if no reforms are undertaken.
The Africa-EU Economic and Social Stakeholders' Network sees young people in Africa as key actors in Africa's economic and social development.