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Beginning of the term of the new European Commission (2019-2024)

1 December 2019

European Pillar of Social Rights: Two years on

17 November 2019

 

The European Semester

European Commission Recommendations to Member States

The European Semester

“Ηow the organised civil society takes stock and sets out prospects for it” - EESC and ESC Event

The European Semester

“Ηow the organised civil society takes stock and sets out prospects for it” - EESC and ESC Event

General Assembly of the ESC with the participation of the Council of the Members’ Presidents of the ESC on the future course of the country and the strengthening of democracy

General Assembly of the ESC with the participation of the Council of the Members’ Presidents of the ESC on the future course of the country and the strengthening of democracy

General Assembly of the ESC with the participation of the Council of the Members’ Presidents of the ESC on the future course of the country and the strengthening of democracy

"Argolida: Designing the future. Development perspectives - Creating a new Βusiness Εcosystem with Social Consent and Synergies" - ESC Event

"Argolida: Designing the future. Development perspectives - Creating a new Βusiness Εcosystem with Social Consent and Synergies" - ESC Event

Memorandum of Understanding between the ESC and the Social and Economic Council of Serbia

Memorandum of Understanding between the ESC and the Social and Economic Council of Serbia

Opinions

Mar. 2019

Education - Τraining

Initiative Opinion
Policy area:
Education - Training
Feb. 2019

Thematic Tourism - Special Forms of Tourism - Arrangements for the modernization of the institutional framework in the field of tourism and tourism education - Supporting tourism entrepreneurship and other provisions

Draft Law
Policy area:
Development - Competitiveness - Production Sectors

Statistics

The value of gross domestic product (GDP) per inhabitant in purchasing power standard (PPS) of EU regions generally fell in 2009 because of the crisis.

Source:
Eurostat 2019

The fight against poverty and social exclusion is at the heart of the Europe 2020 strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

Source:
Eurostat 2019

In 2018, for graduates aged 20-34 in the European Union who had attained a tertiary level education within the previous three years, the employment rate stood at 85.5%.

Source:
Eurostat

According to a first estimation of annual growth for 2018, GDP grew by 1.8% in the euro area and 1.9% in the EU28.

Source:
Eurostat

The euro area (EA19) seasonally-adjusted unemployment rate was 7.9% in December 2018, stable compared with November 2018 and down from 8.6% in December 2017.

Source:
Eurostat

Euro area real growth of household income and consumption per capita, % (seasonally adjusted)

Source:
Eurostat

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