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Social Compact for Europe

Since 2008, the austerity measures have deepened the crisis. The ETUC is deeply concerned at the dramatic rise in unemployment in Europe, and the increasing inequality and poverty which undermines the European Social Model.

Meeting at the Executive Committee, on 5-6 June, Europe’s trade union leaders adopted the Social Compact for Europe and called on the Commission, Council, European Parliament, Head of State and Government to engage in a discussion on the proposal aimed at putting growth, employment and social justice at the top of the European agenda.

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