PES Documents

13/10/2020 PES EPSCO ministers' Declaration: Workers’ participation, a key success factor for Europe’s recovery


Declaration adopted by PES employment, social affairs, health and consumer policy (EPSCO) ministers

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13/10/2020 PES EPSCO ministers' Declaration: Equal participation of women and men in the labour market


Declaration adopted by PES employment, social affairs, health and consumer policy (EPSCO) ministers

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08/10/2020 Brochure "The European Pillar of Social Rights in practice: PES Action Plan"

 

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25/08/2020 Affordable and Quality Healthcare for all - brochure


Conclusions of the PES Social Europe Network.

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08/07/2020 Accelerating gender equality for a truly feminist and equal Europe


Declaration by PES Gender Equality Ministers

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25/06/2020 PES Presidency Declaration: Affordable and quality healthcare for all


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25/06/2020 PES Presidency Declaration: The PES stands strong against racism, xenophobia and discrimination

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25/06/2020 PES Presidency Declaration: Saving lives, saving jobs - PES strategy to contain and recover from the COVID-19 crisis

 

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12/06/2020 PES culture ministers’ declaration - EU must protect artists and performers

Europe must support its cultural and creative sectors with dedicated recovery funding. 
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27/05/2020 PES Presidency Declaration on European Commission's Recovery Plan announcement


The COVID19 strongly impacted the lives of every single European. In addition to hundreds of thousands of lives claimed by the pandemic, the European economy was severely damaged by the restrictions imposed in the fight against the virus. Since the beginning of the crisis, the PES has advocated for a strong recovery plan, with strong financial instruments to protect citizens and get the EU back on its feet. In this context, the PES Presidency welcomes the European Commission Next Generation EU plan of €750 billion to address and tackle the crisis. This is a historic moment and we believe that this plan must strengthen our social model as well as the green and digital transitions and must be based on our common European values

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