Confirmed speakers: Liina Carr, ETUC; Maxime Cerutti, BusinessEurope; Maurizio Ferrera, University of Milan; Sacha Garben, College of Europe; Dalila Ghailani, OSE; Marcel Haag, Sec Gen, EC; Max Koch, University of Lund; Ana Carla Pereira, DG EMP, EC; Philippe Pochet, ETUI; Sebastiano Sabato, OSE; Slavina Spasova, OSE; Bart Vanhercke, OSE; Mathijn Wilkens, EUROFOUND.
A dominant issue in this annual review is the way in which the European Pillar of Social Rights has influenced EU policy making even before it was politically endorsed. The book examines the impact of the Pillar’s new ‘rights-based social investment approach’ while also questioning if the Pillar could encourage a fully-fledged ‘European Social Union’. But will it also be able to steer the EU’s macroeconomic policies? This volume looks at social protection of the self-employed, recent progress in occupational health and the impact of the digital transition on job quality. Eco-social policies need to be put on the agenda urgently – but at whose expense?
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- The social situation of the self? employed in Europe: labour market issues and social protection, Slavina Spasova (OSE) and Mathijn Wilkens (Eurofound)
- Sustainable Welfare, Degrowth and Eco-social policies in Europe, Prof Dr Max Koch, Lund University
- Messages?clés, Dalila Ghailani, European Social Observatory
- Towards a European Social Union: how to piece it together, Maurizio Ferrera, University of Milano
- Conclusions and recommendations, Sebastiano Sabato, European Social Observatory