Social protection as an investment in people 10-10-2022


ESIP contribution to the activities of the High-Level Group on the future of social protection

Social security institutions represented by ESIP play a key role in turning rights into reality for the EU’s population, including in cross-border situations, by implementing national and EU legislation. They are also innovators who strive to improve their systems and services.

E-SOCIAL SECURITY 2.0 - 22 September 2022 22-09-2022


ESIP High-level conference on the digitalisation of social security

On 22 September, ESIP hosted the High-level Conference on "E-Social Security 2.0" under the auspices of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU. The event successfully gathered 20 speakers, 130 participants in person and more than 50 online. Members of the ESIP community, the European Commission (EC), Member States and many others from the Brussels stakeholder pool were in the audience.

The programme of the event is available here

This was a major opportunity to launch the ESIP Statement on Digitalisation summarising ESIP Members’ reflection on digital social security leading towards the conference.

Preserving the specificities of statutory non-profit pension schemes 12-09-2022


ESIP Statement on the proposal for a Directive on corporate sustainability due diligence

A proposal for a Directive on corporate due diligence, with the aim of ensuring companies mitigating adverse human rights and environmental impacts in their value chains and integrate sustainability into corporate governance was recently put forward by the European Commission. The European Social Insurance Platform (ESIP) would like to alert EU policymakers to the scope of the proposal and its extension to statutory pension institutions which are operating social security schemes.

Ensuring adequate social protection for platform workers 15-07-2022


ESIP position paper on the directive on platform work

ESIP publishes today its position on the European Commission proposal for a Directive on Improving the working conditions of platform workers. The statutory social protection institutions represented within ESIP welcome the proposal as support to tackle the challenge linked to the emergence of platform work.