Made in Social Europe



In November 2017, the European Union’s leaders proclaimed the European Pillar of Social Rights and stressed their united political commitment to achieve a socially and economically just Europe. The focus now shifts to how the Social Pillar will be implemented at European and national level, to ensure that the enjoyment of social standards becomes a reality for all people across the EU.

Through our members’ national networks and partners , we collect inspiring practices to show how social projects, some of which are funded by the EU, give life to the principles of the Social Pillar and have a real positive impact on people.

Our membership has a comprehensive understanding of social realities on the ground. It includes service providers, social economy enterprises, self-advocates, and human rights defenders, the majority of whom have direct experience of building inclusive societies in practice and can demonstrate what is possible.

Find out more about our inspiring practices and how civil society organisations are delivering the principles of the Social Pillar:


Inspiring Practices

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Fair Working Conditions

Chapter 2 of the European Pillar of Social Rights 5. Secure and adaptable employment Regardless of the type and...