From our European Partners:

Great news!!! The European Parliament has, finally adopted its list of parliamentary Intergroups for the next term. Intergroups can be formed by MEPs from any political group and any committee, with a view to holding informal exchanges of views on particular subjects and promoting contact between members and civil society.

ENSIE is delighted to learn that the Social Economy Intergroup has been renewed. ENSIE, its members and Social Economy Europe have been working hard in the last months to make this intergroup recognized. The Intergroup is crucial for the acknowledgment and the development of Social Economy in Europe in the next year. It will be also central in the implementation of the Social Economy Action plan announced by the European Commission as one of the key policies for Nicolas Schmit, the new Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights.

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