Próximas emisiones: 2 eventos
The Basque Country transfers Autonomous Community representation to Aragon at the EU Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs (EPSCO) Council of Ministers
During the first semester, the Basque Country participated under the Croatian presidency in several meetings, drawing up the foundation for three shared stances on European social transition, demographics and long-term care. Aragon will hold representation for the semester under German presidency Brussels/Vitoria-Gasteiz, 30 June 2020
The Basque Country assumes the Presidency of the International Network of Regional Governments for Sustainable Development-Regions4
During the General Assembly held past thursday (18th June), the Basque Government assumed the leadership of the network, which brings together 41 regions from around the world, for the coming four years. It will be assisted by four regional governments acting as vice-chairs according to their geographical location: La Reunión, Rabat-Salé-Kenitra, Jalisco and Flanders, along with Catalonia as Treasurer.
The Basque Country starts the transfer to Aragón of the Autonomous Communities representation to the European Council of Ministers (EPSCO)
From July 1, Aragón will replace the Basque Country in the six-monthly coordination of social affairs and employment with the EU For the second six months, the German presidency will propose debates on Social Security, minimum wage, negotiation of the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund and the reinforced Youth Guarantee. An analysis will also be made of the situation of seasonal workers (temporeros), platform workers, guaranteed minimum income, the rights of the elderly, child protection, the paid and unpaid work of women, gender equality and gender pay transparency. October 13 in Luxembourg and December 3 in Brussels: next EPSCO Councils of Ministers Brussels/Vitoria-Gasteiz/Zaragoza, 16 06 2020
Within the scope of the biannual representation of the Autonomous Communities at the European Employment and Social Policy Council (EPSCO) Strengthening social and employment initiatives and improving the resilience of labour markets They analysed the situation created by Covid
Brussels, 2020 06 05 Ministers responsible for employment and social affairs will meet, via video conference, for the third time since the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak. The meeting will be focused on the EU recovery. Following the exchange of views of 5 May 2020 on the emergency economic measures put in place and the demographic challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic, ministers will now discuss ways in which national employment and social policies can be made more robust and labour markets more resilient.
- Proyecto de cualificación profesionales en el área de seguridad industrial. Consulta pública previa
- Elecciones 2020 Hauteskundeak
- Estrategia de protección del suelo 2030 de Euskadi
- Decreto sobre la documentación administrativa de las personas transexuales
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