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Senior Research Fellow. Economic and social affairs
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In a context of deep crisis, the Jacques Delors Institute is examining the notion of European solidarity and the effectiveness and limits of existing solidarity mechanisms within the EU. It is also dealing with the future of social Europe.
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Access to social benefits for EU mobile citizens: “tourism” or myth?
A new start for Social Europe
Erasmus Pro: for a million "young European apprentices" by 2020
Posted workers in the EU: state of play and regulatory evolution
A social dimension for the EMU: why and how?
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Social Europe

In a context of deep crisis, the Jacques Delors Institute is examining the notion of European solidarity and the effectiveness and limits of existing solidarity mechanisms within the EU.

It is also researching the future of social Europe more generally, by looking beyond the social effects of the internal market to the EU’s actions on employment and the ways in which European integration and EU policies affect national welfare states.

Political answers to judicial problems? Europe after Viking, Laval and Rüffert

Contribution by Martin Höpner to the on-line debate launched by Notre Europe and ETUI on the Viking, Laval and Rüffert ECJ cases

18/07/2008 Note

The Court of Justice of the European Communities and the "Social Market Economy"

Contribution by Loïc Azoulai to the on-line debate launched by Notre Europe and ETUI on the Viking, Laval and Rüffert ECJ cases

18/07/2008 Note - Loïc Azoulai

Social Protection: why the EU needs to deliver?

This contribution purports to examine the problem from a uniquely different perspective. It does not start by taking an ontological view of Europe, in which the EU's activities are determined by reference to what Europe is.

24/06/2008 Note - Renaud Dehousse

Debate: Viking-Laval-Rüffert:Economic freedoms versus fundamental social rights - where does the balance lie?

How to balance the application of the European Union's free movement rules - in particular, the right to work and provide services in another member state - with the maintenance of different national social systems? In particular, how will these ...

17/06/2008 Debates - Institut Syndical européen and Notre Europe

Europe loses when it legitimises low wages

Notre Europe recommends this article by Wanja Lundby-Wedin and John Monks, respectively president and general secretary of the European Trade Union Confederation, published by The Financial Times, 2 March2008.

05/03/2008 Article

Contribution to the consultation on "Europe's social reality"

Le Groupement d'études et de recherche Notre Europe ne peut qu'accueillir positivement la démarche engagée par la Commission européenne d'ouvrir un large débat avec les parties prenantes sur l'évolution des sociétés européennes, afin de ...

19/02/2008 Note - Marjorie Jouen
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