On 25 January, the EESC adopted an opinion on the outline of a European Pillar of Social Rights. This opinion sets out the European Economic and Social Committee’s initial contribution to shaping what may eventually be a European Pillar of Social Rights. It draws from the rich and diverse discussions during the 28 national debates organised by the Committee, which it believes provides the added value of this opinion. The Committee emphasises that the Pillar must be developed with the strong involvement of civil society, including the social partners, at all levels. It stresses the need for more clarity regarding what the Pillar is ultimately intended to be and in defining its scope.
EESC adopts Opinion on the European Pillar of Social Rights
Civil dialogue EU2020 Inclusion and solidarity - 28th February 2017