Social Pillar

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Social Pillar - (adjective + noun)


The European Commission defines the European Pillar of Social Rights as ‘a self-standing reference document, of a legal nature, setting out key principles and values shared at EU level’. The pillar has three main components; equal opportunities and access to the labour market, working conditions, and social protection and inclusion.


Source: Adapted from EurWork
Example of Use: Although the ETUC welcomes the social pillar, it expressed doubts as to how it will be implemented.