European
Social
Weeks

The world of labour after corona

Work: Democratize, Decommodify, Remediate is a manifesto about the future of work, especially of course in the light of the covid-19 pandemic. It is endorsed by many scholars around the world — Bea Cantillon, Seyla Benhabib, Saskia Sassen, Jan-Werner Müller, Thomas Pikety, and many others. The manifesto has been translated in several languages.

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Conclusions of the 7th ESW by Jérôme Vignon

Read the conclusions of the 7th ESW by Jérôme Vignon, former president of the Semaines Sociales de France. Other presentations are avialble on the [> conference page

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Presentation by Claude Rolin and EZA-News

The presentation by Claude Rolin during the opening session of the 7th ESW in Milan is available. Also a short report by Leo Pauwels for EZA-NEWS is available in 5 languages. All on the [> conference page

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Why European Social Weeks?

In the aftermath of 1991, the commemoration of 100 years of Christian workers’ organizations, leading members of the Christian Social Movements in Belgium and The Netherlands independently developed the urge to Europeanize the movement. » more

ESW Milan 2019: Solidarity, Subsidiarity, Common Good

14-16 February 2019

Selected texts, videos, and pictures

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ESW Doorn, 2016: All things new

18 till 20 February 2016, The report

ESW Oostende, 2014: Europe, The age of responsibility

How can we integrate more solidarity and participation in the social model of the future?

ESW Bad Honnef, 2010

Publication pending

ESW Bratislava, 2003: Perspectives

The commitment of Christians and Christian Social Organisations in construction of the European Union

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