13 May 2015

Press Release: ’SOLIDAR to develop social alternative to European Semester’s focus on fiscal consolidation’

Following today’s (13 May) presentation of the 2015 Country-Specific Recommendations (CSR), SOLIDAR urges the European Commission to fulfill its promise to place greater emphasis on employment and social cohesion within the European Semester. Instead of delivering a new approach, the new Juncker Commission today presented old wine in a new bottle. SOLIDAR is developing an alternative approach through our Social Progress Watch Initiative and our newly established Social Progress Lab, in order to help shift the Semester’s focus from fiscal consolidation to social cohesion.

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