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Title: Reclaiming social Europe in the shadows of a global predatory economy
Authors: Borg, Carmel
Keywords: Social justice -- Europe -- 21st century
Europe -- Economic conditions -- 21st century
Europe -- Social policy
Precarious employment -- Europe
Employees -- Effect of automation on
European Union countries -- Economic conditions -- Statistics
Populism -- Europe
Issue Date: 2017-12
Publisher: University of Malta. Mediterranean Academy of Diplomatic Studies
Citation: Borg, C. (2017, December). Reclaiming social Europe in the shadows of a global predatory economy. Med Agenda - Special Issue [Arraiolos Malta 2017: 13th Meeting of the Heads of State of the Arraiolos Group]: MEDAC Publications in Mediterranean IR and Diplomacy, 17-30.
Abstract: As the third millenium approaches the end of its second decade, the ideal of equality continues to be threatened by a global value system that is soft on the accumulation and concentration of wealth and power to the detriment of the collective good and to the sustainability of communities in general. Europe is not immune to the encroachment of a global, predatory economic model that has eaten into the ideal of solidarity and the common good.
Description: This document contains the Table of Contents, the Keynote Welcome Address by HE Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca, President of Malta, and photo insets.
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