Disponibile online il Bilancio Sociale 2018 del Centro Einaudi.

Presentato il 25 novembre a Milano, al Centro Congressi di Fondazione Cariplo, "Nuove alleanze per un welfare che cambia", il nuovo Report di ricerca curato da Percorsi di secondo welfare.

Slides di presentazione

Intervista a Beppe Facchetti

The ESU debate hosted by EUVisions is now concluded and the final report is available here and on the EUVISIONS website.

In 2013, Frank Vandenbroucke coined the notion of a European Social Union (ESU) in order to clarify our thinking about the so-called social dimension of the EU. This new expression contains three implicit messages. First, it invites us to propose a clear-cut institutional concept, in contrast to the elusive notion of ‘a Social Europe’. Second, it indicates that we should go beyond the conventional call for ‘a social dimension’ to the EU, as if today’s EU has no social dimension whatsoever. Third, it explicitly suggests that what is needed is not a European Welfare State, but, precisely, a Union founded on two principles. On the one hand, national welfare states should remain responsible for organizing interpersonal redistribution among their citizens; on the other, they should take up the commitment of sustaining forms of tangible solidarity among themselves as collective entities.
The adoption of a European Pillar of Social Rights in November 2017 and the elections for a new European Parliament, in May 2019, constitute a unique opportunity to relaunch and enrich the ESU debate.

Gabriele Giacomini è l'autore del Working Paper LPF 5/2019, appena pubblicato.

Disponibili il Video della presentazione, le Interviste ai Ricercatori e la Rassegna Stampa del XX Rapporto «Giorgio Rota» su Torino

Il volume è scaricabile qui.

Sintesi

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