The EU Legal Framework of Social Inclusion and Social Protection: Between the Lisbon Strategy and the Lisbon Treaty
Title: The EU Legal Framework of Social Inclusion and Social Protection: Between the Lisbon Strategy and the Lisbon Treaty
Citation: Bea CANTILLON, Herwig VERSCHUEREN and Paula PLOSCAR (eds), Social Inclusion and Social Protection in the EU: Interactions between law and policy, Antwerp, Intersentia, 2012, Law and Cosmopolitan Values, 2, 41-69
Table of Contents:
1. Introduction 41 2. Social inclusion and social protection under the Lisbon Strategy 43 2.1. Social Europe under the Lisbon Strategy 43 2.2. The OMC for Social Inclusion and Social Protection – empirical strengths and weaknesses 45 2.3. Social inclusion and social protection under the renewed ‘Lisbon 2020’ Strategy 47 2.4. Lisbon and the law – an opportunity missed? 50 3. The Lisbon Treaty: new legal tools for European social inclusion and protection? 52 3.1. The ‘Other Lisbon’ 52 3.2. New Treaty objectives – but without new policy competences 54 3.3. A new Treaty regime for social services? 57 3.4. The social protection rights in the EU Charter of Fundamental Rights 62 4. From Lisbon to Lisbon: a strategy and a treaty compared 67
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