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New and growing inequalities: A challenge for the social, economic and democratic development of the European Union

What Convention
When 11-11-2010
from 08:00 to 18:00
Where Brussels, Belgium
Contact Name Philippe Keraudren
Contact Email philippe.keraudren@ec.europa.eu
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by Amélie Guisseau last modified 27-10-2010 12:45

 

In response to the new "Europe 2020" strategy with its emphasis on "inclusive growth – a high-employment economy delivering economic, social and territorial cohesion", the European Commission is organising a conference entitled

"New and growing inequalities: A challenge for the social, economic and democratic development of the European Union".

 

Objectives:

 

The aim of this conference is to give an overview of the contribution of research in social sciences and the humanities to the analysis of the current challenges. It will be an opportunity:

  • To discuss the "state of affairs" and trends in inequalities across Europe (including their expected evolution over the next few years);
  • To analyse why reducing inequalities should constitute an important element in European politics and policies;
  • To give visibility to the best research results coming from Framework Programme projects in social sciences and the humanities in this field;
  • To discuss which European and national policies have the greatest potential to reduce inequalities.

 

Venue:

European Economic and Social Committee, Jacques Delors Building, 99 rue Belliard, 6th floor

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