TransEuroWorkS working paper on EU social protection

The report examines recent developments in EU social policy as the labour market undergoes transformations. The paper focuses on the EU’s approaches to new social challenges arising from technological advancements, climate change, and migration. It assesses the effectiveness of these policies in reducing inequalities and identifies areas where social protection may be lacking.

Key areas of analysis include the European Pillar of Social Rights, recent developments in minimum wage regulations and platform worker policies, and a comparison of social policy initiatives at the EU and national levels.

Stakeholders interested in European social protection will find insights into the EU’s role, progress in regional and national programs, and the potential need for greater coordination across these levels.

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