Month: December 2019

Invertebrate Europe

Each decade that passes the middle class loses a percentage point of representation over the total population in advanced economies. To achieve an improvement in welfare levels, three main axes are necessary:– access to education– to universal health– and quality employment Read my article in diario.es

The European Commission has to take steps to include vulnerable groups in the European pillar of social rights

Together with my colleague, socialist MEP Alícia Homs, I have sent a written question to the European Commission urging them to take steps to advance the European pillar of social rights, through innovative solutions to include vulnerable groups in national health systems and statistics. Despite the assumption that European countries have achieved universal health coverage, …

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The most vulnerable groups should have access to health systems in Europe

Together with my colleague, socialist MEP Alicia Homs, I have requested health coverage for all groups in society, including the most vulnerable such as children or homeless people, as well as greater cooperation between national health systems. The most vulnerable people are excluded from health coverage, which is unacceptable and does not respect the international …

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The socialists ask the Commission to guarantee people with autism access to the labour market

Together with my colleagues, the socialist MEPs Alícia Homs and Mónica Silvana González, I have asked the European Commission to develop programmes to adapt the skills of people with autism and autism spectrum disorder (ASD), in order to guarantee them the education they need to access the labour market. In a written question addressed to …

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