you relaxing moments and time to look back on the year to date during these
holidays towards the end of the year.
European policy perspective, the year has once again been marked by crises:
Whether the coronavirus, the Russian war on Ukraine, the high
energy prices associated with it or the corruption scandal in the European
Parliament – European solidarity was called for more than ever.
European initiatives concerning social legislation have also been launched and
implemented. The project to lower the Europe-wide exposure limit for asbestos, the European Supply Chain Act and the revision of Europe's Beating Cancer Plan are just a few examples. We have reported on all these topics
in our monthly European policy newsletter. We would like to take this
opportunity to thank you for your interest.
also been able to give you in-depth insights into the topics European Pillar of Social Rights, European Health Data Space (EHDS) and platform work with the three editions of our free
magazine ed* this year.
But we are also happy to look ahead: The European Commission has already
published its Work Programme 2023. With this, it announced, among other
things, a strategy on mental health, the adaptation of the REACH regulation and
the revision of the pharmaceutical legislation. It
remains exciting for social security.
be here for you again in 2023 with the latest reports and developments from
your new year hale and hearty!
team at the German Social Insurance European Representation