The Social and Economic Council (SER)

The Social and Economic Council (SER) which is functioning as an advisory and consultative body of employers, employees and independent members, seeks to make a contribution to the social prosperity by reaching a mutual consensus on important and relevant social -economic issues, which are important for Curaçao. In addition, SER also pays full attention to relevant international developments in these areas.

The SER also strives for quality and broad support base: high degree of expertise combined with broad-based consensus and social support.

Furthermore, SER provides a platform to discuss current and relevant social-economic issues.

SER Curaçao receives debriefing on role of PAHO in health care reforms

Involvement of social partners required for support and effective implementation

SER Curaçao joins the Global Deal Initiative

WILLEMSTAD, May 11, 2022 – Early this month, the Social and Economic Council (SER) of Curaçao officially became a partner of the Global Deal, a multi-stakeholder initiative for social dialogue and inclusive growth – a global partnership of governments, businesses, employer organizations, trade unions, civil society and other organizations.

New Members SER Curaçao welcomed

WILLEMSTAD, 20 April 2022 – During a specially convened extraordinary meeting of the Social and Economic Council (SER) of Curaçao, held on Thursday, April, 14, 2022, at La Belle Alliance in the Avila Beach Hotel Curaçao, the recently appointed new council members and their deputies were introduced.

Minister of Finance discusses implementation of Country Package and Government Program Curaçao with SER

Willemstad, March 18, 2022 – At the invitation of the Social and Economic Council (SER) of Curaçao, the Minister of Finance, Mr. Javier Silvania, met with several members of the SER on Friday, March 18, 2022, to exchange views and opinions on the implementation of the Country Package and the Government Program 2022-2025

Social and Economic Council

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