Ad-Hoc Modules Ad-Hoc Modules

Ad-hoc modules are developed each year in order to complement the variables permanently collected in EU-SILC with supplementary variables highlighting unexplored aspects of social inclusion. 

The modules carried out so far are presented below with their legal basis, an assessment of their implementation as well as some standard breakdowns of the data:

 

2018 – Material deprivation, well-being and housing difficulties

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2017 – Health and children's health

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2016 – Access to services

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2015 – Social/cultural participation and material deprivation

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2014 – Material deprivation

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2013 – Wellbeing

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2012 – Housing conditions

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2011 – Intergenerational transmission of disadvantages

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

Indicators

2010 – Intra-household sharing of resources

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

 

2009 – Material deprivation

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

 

2008 – Over-indebtedness and financial exclusion

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

 

2007 – Housing conditions

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

 

2006 – Social participation

Regulation

Selected data

Assessment

 

2005 – Intergenerational transmission of poverty

Regulation

 

Assessment