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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

22 Oct 2014| European Parliament elects Juncker Commission
15 Oct 2014| EU may ban fish from Sri Lanka over illegal fishing concerns

European Parliament

27 May 2015| Press release - Tunisia’s Prime Minister Habib Essid to meet European Parliament committees - Committee on Foreign Affairs
27 May 2015| Press release - School milk and fruit: MEPs back measures to teach healthier eating habits

Employment

23 Sep 2014| Worker mobility key to tackling EU skills challenges
2 Jul 2014| We must make the most of “green” job opportunities, says EU

Commentaries on Europe

Democracy Versus Growth?

24 Apr 2015 | Europe’s ongoing malaise has reignited the old debate over which form of government produces better economic performance. Are authoritarian regimes, with their ability to ram through unpopular choices, more effective at generating growth, or does liberal democracy, with its built in checks and balances, yield greater prosperity?

Why Europe Needs to Save Greece

12 Apr 2015 | The Greeks, it can be argued, have not earned the right to be saved, but Greece's exit from the euro is not the best option for the country or for the European Union. Whether or not the Greeks are deserving of assistance, it is in Europe's interest to help them.

Austerity Is Not Greece’s Problem

3 Mar 2015 | When looking out a window, it is easy to be fooled by your own reflection and see more of yourself than the outside world. This seems to be the case when US observers, influenced by their own country's fiscal debate, look at Greece.

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