When you start to read these lines, most Member States will have submitted their National Recovery and Resilience Plans (NRRPs) to the EU Commission.
These plans contain a coherent package of reforms and public investment projects that aims to mitigate the economic and social damage caused by the coronavirus pandemic and lay the foundations for a more resilient and sustainable Europe.
The Recovery and Resilience Plans will be funded through a Recovery and Resilience Facility (The Facility), representing a budget of €672.5 billion in loans and grants. It will have a significant impact on the economy and citizens across the EU.
Member States are encouraged by the European Commission to promote synergies among their National Recovery and Resilience Plans.
- To identify the framework and the main components of the Recovery and Resilience Facility (context, criteria, priorities, timeline…)
- To acquire a methodology to analyze the Recovery and Resilience Plans according to the trade union’s priorities.
- To formulate a strategy for trade unions’ involvement during the planning, review, and implementation of the recovery measures
- TU Officers in charge of the National Recovery and Resilience Plans
- TU Representatives and Officers at a sectoral and regional level
- TU Representatives and Officers dealing with European policies
- TU Representatives and Officers dealing with environmental and digital issues
- TU trainers and researchers interested in the Recovery and Resilience Plans at National and European level
Maximum number of participants: 30, priority will be given to participants from CISL, KOZ and Solidarumas.
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