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Fifth European Social Week
January 23 till 25, 2014, in Brussels.

Previous Social Weeks

Bratislava, 2003: Perspectives -- The commitment of Christians and Christian Social Organisations in the construction of the European Union

Bad Honnef, 2000: Towards a European civil society -- Christian social visions

Brussels, 1997: Christian-Social Thought and Europe

 

Participating organisations


ACW, Belgium


EZA, Germany


KSI, Bad Honnef


MOC, Belgium


Semaines Sociales de France

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European Commission

14 Apr 2014| Equality between the sexes: slow but sure progress
10 Apr 2014| Exploring benefits of mobile applications for health

European Parliament

17 Apr 2014| Press release - Human rights: North Korea; persecution in Pakistan; vulnerable groups in Syria
17 Apr 2014| Press release - Series of events from end of seventh EP term to constitution of new EP

Employment

20 Dec 2013| President Barroso at the European Council: 2013 A breakthrough year for EU economy
13 Dec 2013| Helping companies cushion the impact of restructuring

Commentaries on Europe

Cementing Europe’s Recovery

8 Apr 2014 |

Europe’s renewed sense of hope and confidence, however encouraging, is not yet sufficient to produce appreciable gains for current and future generations. A few things need to happen over the next several weeks and months if Europe is to minimize the risk of another prolonged period of under-performance and financial risk.

Europe’s Responsible Solidarity

3 Oct 2013 | If Europe is to reverse the growing divisions among eurozone countries, it must extend the principle of shared responsibility to all major EU economic-policy initiatives. But doing so requires a broader view of supranational coordination, with all the implications for political legitimacy and accountability that would follow.

Has Austerity Failed in Europe?

14 Aug 2013 | If the purpose of austerity in Europe was to reduce public-debt levels, its critics are right: fiscal belt-tightening has clearly failed, because debt/GDP ratios continue to rise. But the goal of austerity was not just to stabilize debt ratios.

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