a relation between living organisms (especially between people)
- Ensure consistency with the Lisbon strategy’s overall policy in relation to the social cohesion objectives.
- the investment must be of significant economic and social interest, particularly in relation to employment
- The process of policy making and implementation in relation to medical sharps should be the result of social dialogue;
- Social partners play an important role in relation to this Decision, and should be involved in its implementation.
- Economic cohesion between regions and urban and regional development in an enlarged EU; and social cohesion (including inequalities, social protection and social services, taxation policies, ethnic relations and migration, education and social exclusion, and health) as well as its relation to social problems such as poverty, housing, crime, delinquency and drugs.
- encouraging social cohesion to ensure social equity, notably in relation to the use of domestic national resources and to ensure political equality in particular through the promotion of human rights, including gender equality;
- staff costs shall be established in relation to the working time actually devoted to the national programme and shall be calculated by reference to actual labour costs (wages, social costs, social security and pension contributions), but excluding any other costs,
- the relevance of the Community statistical programme in relation to the activities of the Community, taking into account economic, social and technical developments;
- It also states that, in relation to the estimated social cost, Austria is confusing its role as a shareholder with its role as the State.
- The Norwegian authorities also described the introduction of a de minimis scheme to be applied in relation to employers’ social security contributions.
- raising awareness, disseminating information and promoting the debate about the key challenges and policy issues in relation to working conditions, including among the social partners and other stakeholders.
- the Hellenic Republic has improved the collection and processing of budgetary data, notably in relation to expenditure on military equipment, interest payments, and social security accounts.
- The Employment Committee and the Social Protection Committee should monitor progress in relation to the employment and social aspects of the employment guidelines, in line with their respective Treaty-based mandates.
- The Employment Committee and the Social Protection Committee should monitor progress in relation to the employment and social aspects of the employment guidelines, in line with their respective Treaty-based mandates. This should in particular build on the activities of the open method of coordination in the fields of employment and of social protection and social inclusion.
- Council Recommendation 92/441/EEC of 24 June 1992 on common criteria concerning sufficient resources and social assistance in social protection systems  remains a reference instrument for Community policy in relation to poverty and social exclusion and has lost none of its relevance, although more needs to be done to implement it fully.