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The European Commission announces a European Action Plan for the Social Economy

03 12 2019

The president of 'Social Economy Europe' and CEPES, Juan Antonio Pedreño, considers the announcement made by the president of the European Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen, to develop a European Action Plan for the Social Economy as “a historic milestone”. Von der Leyen entrusted the elaboration of this community plan, vindication of the European Social Economy sector represented by Social Economy Europe ', in the letter of demission from the Commissioner for Employment and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit.

• The President of the Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen, entrusts the preparation of this plan to the Commissioner for Employment and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit.

• The president of Social Economy Europe and CEPES values Von der Leyen's announcement as claimed by the Social Economy organizations as a “historical milestone”.

• The Action Plan will empower the European Social Economy, which currently has 2.8 million companies, 13.6 million jobs and 8% of community GDP.

 

Madrid, December 3, 2019. - The president of 'Social Economy Europe' and CEPES, Juan Antonio Pedreño , considers the announcement made by the president of the European Commission, Ursula Von der Leyen , as “a historic milestone” to develop a European Action Plan for the Social Economy.

Von der Leyen entrusted the elaboration of this community plan, requested by entities such as 'Social Economy Europe' and CEPES, in the letter of demission from the Commissioner for Employment and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit .

Pedreño conveyed his congratulations to President Von der Leyen "for this courageous decision to boost the Social Economy throughout the EU to build a future of progress and cohesion for all Europeans."

“We are ready to cooperate with Commissioner Schmit and with the entire European Commission to, in this new legislature, materialize the Action Plan announced by Commissioner Von der Leyen and promote a successful model that currently 2.8 million Economy companies Social that generate 13.6 million jobs and 8% of EU GDP EU policies, ”added Pedreño.

SEE, together with the state organizations of the Social Economy, such as CEPES, has claimed a European Action Plan for Social Economy since 2014.

In 2018, SEE presented a policy document "The future of EU policies for the Social Economy: towards a European Action Plan" which was presented, in cooperation with the Social Economy Intergroup, to the former Vice-President of the Commission, Jyrki Katainen.

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