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  • Organising International Solidarity

    SOLIDAR monitoring the ENP Progress report 2014

    On the occasion of the publication of the European Commission Progress Report on the implementation of the European Neighborhood Policy (ENP) in the Middle East and North Africa Region (MENA) in 2014, SOLIDAR and its members and partners in the MENA region carried out a consultation from April to October 2014 to provide an opportunity for the organizations within the “SOLIDAR Network for Social Justice in the MENA region” to comment of the progress reports prepared by the EU.

  • Together for Social Europe

    Informal care: an obligation, a right, a choice or a penalty? Negotiating improvements for the working carers of adults (NICA)

    SOLIDAR organised the final conference of the EU-funded project “Negotiating improvements for the working carers of adults (NICA)” at the EESC in Brussels (22-23 October) which was led by SOLIDAR member General Federation of Trade Unions (GFTU, UK) with project partners in Bulgaria, Malta, Poland and the UK. An informal carer is defined as someone who, without payment, provides help and support to a family member or friend who may not be able to manage without this help because of their frailty due to old age, illness or disability. This often means that informal carers need to be supported in the reconciliation of their professional, family and care-related life, either through national or European policies or by their employers. It also calls for innovative and creative ways of providing care and supporting carers, and in this aspect there is a developing discourse about a growth in “Personal and Household Services” which could have the additional economic benefit of creating jobs and prosperity.

  • Editorial by Conny Reuter, SOLIDAR Secretary General

    Time to take it serious! This is the last chance!

    Today Jean-Claude Juncker presented his new Commission (423 voted in favour) to the European Parliament which is everything but gender balanced and he qualified this rightly as “ridiculous”. He insisted very much on the last chance that this Commission, which in his understanding shall be “the most political one”, to reconcile citizens with the institutions. He challenged his own Commission to go for a social triple A. SOLIDAR strongly supports the triple ‘A’ and urges the new Commission to promote Social Justice in European and world-wide, please read our recommendations here.

  • SOLIDAR Transatlantic Dialogue in Washington DC

    Health and social work are not for trade

    Last week SOLIDAR, Global Progressive Forum and European Public Health Alliance (EPHA) facilitated a meeting with the US services and investment trade negotiators and Members of the European Parliament Jörg Leichtfried (MEP, Austria), David Martin (MEP, UK), Inmaculada Rodríguez Piñero (MEP, Spain), Agnes Jongerius (MEP, Netherlands) and Pedro Silva-Pereira (MEP, Portugal).

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