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Join the second FEPS COVID Response Webinar:30 April 2020from 10:00 to 11:30
This public online event will be the occasionto discuss how government spending targeted to social outcomes can play a role in the recovery strategy from the pandemic. We will count with the participation of NicolasSchmit,EuropeanCommissionerfor Jobs and SocialRights.It will beanopportunity to reflectonhow a social investment approach could play a role in the reconstruction of European welfare systems and how it can finditsplace in the next budget of the European Union.
“Society creates its future through investments. Still, for a very long time, investments have been a peripheral issue on the EU agenda, including in debates on possible reforms of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU)” László Andor, FEPS Secretary General.
Building on the FEPS Policy Study “Social Investment Now! Advancing Social Europe through the EU Budget” by Anton Hemerijck, Robin Huguenot-Noel, Francesco Corti and David Rinaldi, the webinar will revise how important changes in the EU’s economic, social and political environment conspire behind a growing case for the EU to embrace social investment beyond two-decade lip-service.
Introduction and Moderation by LászlóAndor, FEPS Secretary General and former European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.
Presentation by AntonHemerijck, European University Institute, on “Social Investment Now! Returns on investment for a more resilient and inclusive Europe”
Speech by NicolasSchmit, European Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights on the role of social investment in the European recovery plan from the pandemic
IreneTinagli,Memberof theEuropeanParliament(S&D Group), Chair of the ECONCommittee
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