Beruházás a gyerekekbe – a hátrányos helyzet továbbörökítésének megszakítása: A nemzeti szakpolitikák vizsgálata - Magyarország
Átlagos bérhátrány európai térképe
Középpontban az adatok - A romák - FRA EU-MIDIS
Volume Two - Food and agriculture global value chains: Drivers and constraints for occupational safety and health improvement - Three case studies
Executive summary - Food and agriculture global value chains: Drivers and constraints for occupational safety and health improvement
Volume One - Food and agriculture global value chains: Drivers and constraints for occupational safety and health improvement - Perspectives from relevant research areas
Report: Business cooperating with vocational education and training providers for quality skills and attractive futures
Handbook on assessment of labour provisions in trade and investment arrangements
Labour market situation and social inclusion of migrants - Research note 8/2016 by Erhan Őzdemir, Terry Ward, Eszter Zólyomi and Lucia Mytna Kureková
(2016) This Research Note is divided into two parts. The first part examines the income of migrants relative to the native-born population and how it changed over 2007-2013, a period in which economic recession was followed by at best low growth in most parts of the EU. It considers, in particular, those on low income and the potential reasons why more of them are both in the bottom income quintile and at risk of poverty than the native-born, specifically with regard to their age structure, their employment situation, their education level and their household circumstances. It examines also their access to social protection, in specific, to unemployment benefits and healthcare, and their housing conditions, in both cases in relation to the native-born population and how the situation has changed over recent years. The main focus is on whether there is any evidence of their income and living conditions converging towards those of the native-born since 2007.
The second part examines social attitudes of migrants, again in relation to those of the native-born population, including their trust in institutions and people; their social values, their voting patterns and other forms of civic and political participation, the extent to which they feel part of society and their perception of the extent of discrimination; and social belonging. The analysis is based on data from the European Social Survey (ESS). As in the first part, a particular interest is in the way that these aspects have changed in recent years and the extent to which they have come closer to the native-born in these respects.
Household level determinants of labour market participation - Research note 7/2016 by Erhan Ozdemir and Terry Ward
(2016) The purpose of this Research Note is to explore the possibility of using Labour Force Survey data to examine the influence of household circumstances on the labour market participation of two groups, women aged 18-54 and men and women aged 55-64, who are at or nearing retirement age in EU Member States. More particularly, its aim is to consider the ‘reason’ variables in the LFS, which indicate why people are not economically active or why they work part-time instead of full-time and the link between these variables and the household situation of the people in the two groups. In doing so, it distinguishes between women with a young child and others, those living alone, those sharing a household with someone in employment and those living in households where the others are not in work.