We are living in a moment of great changes in the personal life of many citizens, as well as in the political life of our societies in Europe. The digital revolution is transforming communication and political debate alike. The decarbonisation of all our activities will be an extraordinary challenge for the industry as for every […]
Some social federalists are disappointed: the Social Summit in Porto was downgraded to little more than a series of workshops, Angela Merkel only appeared online, the final declaration was tepid and the full endorsement of the European Commission’s Action Plan has been delayed to the June session of the European Council. However, there are reasons […]
Social dialogue is an important prerequisite for a functioning European internal market that is balanced in terms of a social market economy. The action plan for the implementation of the European Pillar of Social Rights, presented by the European Commission today, 4 March, aims to contribute to strengthening this crucial social dialogue in Europe. When […]
If a consensus could be found on bailing out indebted countries and extend the intervention scope the ECB, why not on tackling poverty through minimum wages?
The new European Commission can open up opportunities for progressive forces to regain influence in a European direction.
A discussion on a Social Union is needed to avoid a further widening of the gap between the economic and social sides of the integration