Building a more inclusive and fairer Union is a key priority for the European Commission (EC). In March 2016, the EC presented a preliminary outline of the European Pillar of Social Rights and launched a broad public consultation. One year later, the EC published its final proposal for the European Pillar of Social Rights. The Pillar sets out a number of key principles and rights to support fair and well-functioning labour markets and welfare systems and more resilient economic structures. The Pillar is designed as a compass for a renewed process of convergence towards bett er working and living conditions. It is primarily conceived for the euro area but open to all EU Member States.
What is the European Pillar of Social Rights, and what does it mean for health?
Making the link: Health and Youth Exclusion
This policy précis examines the link between health and youth exclusion. It looks at the situation in Europe today, and at existing and proposed European legislation in this field. It describes some of the best national practices designed to tackle youth exclusion, and gives some policy recommendations for the future.