To remain strong, Europe must give all of its citizens the chance to contribute meaningfully, leaving no-one behind.
We want to move toward a Guaranteed Minimum Income, take decisive steps to reduce child poverty, and institute affordable housing.
The ravages of economic crises and technical revolutions, such as the emergence of Artificial Intelligence, require particular attention.
We will double the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund, supporting the transition towards new jobs when old industries fail.
More broadly, we will enforce equal rights for all and move to break the “glass ceiling”.
For decades, tax avoidance by multinationals has undermined the financing of public services. They must pay their fair share, with a Europe-wide minimum corporate tax of 15%.