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  Past event   Presentation-debate

  

Social policy in the European Union 1999-2019
  
The OSE and ETUI have the pleasure of inviting you to a presentation-debate for the launch of the 20th edition of ‘Social policy in the European Union’.

 

Presentations
Bilan social de l’Union européenne 1999-2019 : Présentation générale
Dalila Ghailani (OSE) 
PDF
60 years of European social security coordination: achievements and controversies
Rob Cornelissen & Frederic De Wispelaere (HIVA, KU Leuven) 
PDF
Social policy in the European Union 1999-2019: Once upon a time, there was the European social dialogue
Jean-Paul Tricart (ETUI) 
PDF
1999-2019: From the Lisbon strategy to the European Pillar of Social Rights: the many lives of the Social OMC
Bart Vanhercke (OSE) 
PDF
Conclusions: the twists and turns of two decades of EU social policymaking
Slavina Spasova and Bart Vanhercke (OSE) 
PDF
 
Programme  PDF
Download/order the book  LINK

12 | 3 | 2020

Venue:
International
Auditorium,

Brussels

 
Languages:
EN - FR
(with interpretation)
 


 


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  Past event   Public lecture

  

Satisfaction des besoins et planification dans une transition écologique
   
Intervention dans le cadre du cours de Droit approfondi de la sécurité sociale de Pascale Vielle
  
Avec Denis Bouget et Laure Després, professeurs émérites à l’Université de Nantes
  
Cet exposé s’appuiera notamment sur l’
article suivant : Després Laure, Bouget Denis, « De l’exploitation des ressources naturelles à la satisfaction des besoins fondamentaux dans une transition écologique », Droit et société, 2019/1 (N° 101), p. 71-85.
   
Evénement co-organisé par l’Observatoire social européen (OSE)

5 | 3 | 2020

Venue:
Audit. More 57
Place Montesquieu 2
Louvain-la-Neuve

 
Language:
FR

 
More info

  
 
 
  Past Event  INVOTUNES Final Conference

  
Social partner involvement in the European Semester
  
The final conference of the INVOTUNES research project will bring together researchers, EU and national policymakers, social partners and other stakeholders to discuss the present and future role of social partners in the Semester. There will be ample time to consider the project’s key findings and examine the eight case studies (BE, BG, DE, FI, HU, IT, PT and SE). The final, forward-looking Roundtable Discussion will raise the tricky question of whether the EU should take initiatives (soft governance, legislation) to encourage Member States to enhance the quality of social partner involvement in the European Semester?

Confirmed speakers include: Lorenza Antonucci, Liina Carr, Maxime Cerutti, Marco Cilento, Jeroen Jutte, Emmanuele Pavolini, Richard Pond, Andrea Pritoni, Ricardo Rodríguez Contreras, Jonathan Zeitlinan and Ilze Zvidrina.
 
Programme EN - FR  |  Invitation EN - FR   
Case studies  (BE/BG/DE/FI/HU/IT/PT/SE) 
Presentations (Slides)

The event is organised as part of the European Commission-funded INVOTUNES project.

3 | 12 | 2019



Venue
:
Brussels
 
Languages:
EN - FR
Interpretation from and to EN and FR
 



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  Past Event  EFISTU Conference

 

  
Public Service Trade Unions – Effective Intervention in the European Semester
  
T
his conference is organised by the European Public Service Union (EPSU) to discuss the results of Commission-funded research into the impact of the European Semester on public services. The focus is on the area of education and the role played (if any) by public service trade unions in the Semester process. Five country case studies – Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy and Latvia – will be discussed in detail, along with the key recommendations from the research project.
Programme (PDF) EN

1 | 10 | 2019

Venue: Brussels
 
Language: EN

Info and
registration:

Richard Pond
rpond@epsu.org

  
 

     
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