EUSL SCC - ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES
Our focus on a selection of human rights
Care to Change the World
About the business
The European Social Charter has stipulated that as a resident of the EU region, you have the right to take part in the welfare the area offers. This includes the right to education, work, participation in welfare in its entirety, the right to housing and a satisfactory standard of living. It also includes healthcare, culture and science. This is defined by international, national and regional legislation and adapted to the conditions. In general, this is financed through public funds and with the associated regulations that come, it often becomes an aggravating factor to achieve a satisfactory result within a reasonable time.
Given that societal changes and developments take a lot of time, the European Social Label, together with the business community, wants to contribute where possible. In this, a perspective arose where the goals are not privately financed, are not idea-driven and there are laws in different geographical areas that go against each other regarding gains in welfare. Thus, it became natural as part of the work for human rights to form a new division within the European Social Label. The choice of name was EUSL SCC, Social Constitutional Chamber, where the focus is on challenges in welfare. Our focus is a selection among established human rights, including education and work, but also topped with things we ourselves have added. The European Social Label has no opinion on the issue of gains in welfare, however, the organization's attitude is that for its own part, no gains should be taken other than from the activities where it is possible to justify without question marks arising.
Feel free to read more about the social charter at the link below. Note, external page!
The European Social Label invests in the long term in being part of the continued building of the welfare society within the EU. Not everything is feasible and there are some areas that can not be directly called human rights in themselves, but the current problem that exists is a direct threat to welfare and there with the population within the EU and for that reason, this has also been allowed to follow.
Focus areas are as follows
- Digital rights
- The care
- Cohabitation and the right to express oneself
These six areas are something that most people recognize themselves in, more or less. Within the European Social Label, these areas are not necessarily considered to be specifically funded by public funds, at least not fully but many of these areas may also be market driven. Then there are questions that arise: If the European Social Label educates people so that they become employable in health care, are there state funds to employ them? The pressure in healthcare under Covid-19 suggests that the problem is greater than just staff shortages. This text does not have the answer to the question, but the European Social Label feels a responsibility to be involved and do what can be done.
EUSL SCC in practice
It is no secret that the European Social Label wants to bring together the private and idea-driven sector and both challenge and support relevant authorities. This is how the current system is forced to get better and much of what is done today can definitely be improved, something that all entrepreneurs know about all too well in their relations with the authorities.
European Social Label shows the way through good examples. Here, tomorrow's inclusive and equal preschools, primary schools and upper secondary schools are created within the concept FramtidsRedo, together with our members, S'agapo Jobb is created, which is a platform for job seekers and members in a recruitment process. The European Social Label also wants to counteract the population shortage that exists in the EU by bringing in external labor and educating them, as well as bringing together established citizens so that more children are made.
A welfare problem
There are those who do not understand, or want to absorb the facts, but it is impossible to circumvent the fact that in larger parts of the EU, a challenging demographic has emerged. In the best of worlds, it can easily be described as a filled wine glass where the center of gravity is high up instead of far down. Everyone who has ever served wine by the glass or been involved in the development of the electric car has learned that a low center of gravity is better from a stabilization perspective, this also applies to welfare. From a welfare perspective, many countries are too well developed today with residents who have too high an education. The center of gravity becomes too high and risks overturning. Professions such as healthcare staff, police officers, teachers and more are being beaten at the expense of tech and other specializations. Professions that in the parable are a low center of gravity and create stability in welfare.
Of course, it is fun that things are going so well, but it has two effects: The welfare professions are becoming so-called shortages and the population is declining in number. With a high standard of living, humans reproduce less, where the survival instinct decreases and the trend has been the same since 2012, where fewer people are born than die. This is of course a problem as development and costs increase and with services that are usually financed by public funds now requiring more capital but having fewer financiers available, both costs, problems and dissatisfaction increase.
No one should be forced into an employment they do not want, but within the European Social Label the attitude is to create a better establishment process for people outside the EU, where education, internships, work all lead to a better integration than what exists today. If this succeeds, existing authorities, regions and municipalities will be relieved and the public funds that are created better can benefit the population.
High well-being also leads to loneliness, where many, mainly in Scandinavia, live voluntarily or involuntarily alone. There is also a change among young people who can no longer contact other young people if they do not have their phone available and match via an app or meet for a predetermined purpose. The lack of interaction with other people also leads in the long run to fewer new people in society.
External links about population decline and young people's lack of interaction with others
The goal is to build society in such a way that it is perceived as something that has existed for all eternity. The entry into the fourth industrial revolution is our gift to the generations to come after us. It is about daring to challenge and create new modern solutions to often old and outdated problems. You should not have to be treated differently because you do not understand the language, have a different sexual orientation, culture, functional variation or whatever it may be, but it is society that must be able to handle all of these. It may seem obvious, but it was not too long ago that women did not have the right to vote and as recently as 1979, Sweden became the first country in the world (!) To ban the discipline of children.
EUSL SCC is a European initiative to be part of the solutions to today's as well as tomorrow's welfare challenges. Statistically speaking, the EU is considered to have the best welfare in the world, and it would be strange if it were not possible to solve the challenges that also exist or arise. With a focus on the EU, EUSL SCC can create 27 variations on solutions, all depending on country, culture, customs, language and more. Throughout, education is for both new as well as established people, companies and authorities, but also to make better use of the public funds available to show with good examples that everything can be solved.
The hope is that you are on our journey