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Uħud minn dawn id-dokumenti jistgħu ma jkunux disponibbli bil-lingwa tiegħek; għaldaqstant, verżjoni oħra tiġi ssuġġerita awtomatikament. Ikunu murija b'ikona li tirrappreżenta l-verżjoni lingwistika suġġerita. (e.g.: FR ).

MEPs call on the EU to recognise access to decent and affordable housing as an enforceable human right and to push for measures to eradicate homelessness.

Il-Parlament jitlob li tinħareġ liġi ġdida tal-UE li tati lill-ħaddiema d-dritt ta' skonnessjoni diġitali mix-xogħol mingħajr ma jsofru konsegwenzi negattivi.

Parliament voted today to continue making additional resources available in 2021 and 2022 in order to provide food and basic assistance to the most deprived.

In a report adopted on Thursday, the members of the Employment and Social Affairs committee call on the Commission and the member states to tackle the growing problem of in-work poverty.

The European Parliament and the Council reached a provisional agreement on the use of additional resources of the Fund for European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) in 2021 and 2022.

More effort is needed to make vocational and educational training (VET) more attractive and better aligned with the labour market, MEPs stated in a resolution adopted on Thursday.

MEPs call for binding social targets to help the EU labour market adjust to the current realities of the digital and green economy.

Parliament negotiators struck a deal with Council on the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund that includes a lower eligibility threshold and special measures such as childcare allowance.

Outside working hours, workers must be allowed to switch off digital devices without facing consequences, the Employment Committee agreed.

Access to adequate housing should be recognised as a fundamental right and enforceable through European and national legislation, say Social Affairs Committee MEPs.