An bhochtaineacht agus an t-eisiamh sóisialta
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Catalóg N. : KE-31-11-111-EN-C
What defines poverty? The EU-level policy standard is that people are at risk of poverty if they have an income of 60 % or less than the national median household income. Poverty means a daily struggle to buy food and clothes. It means living in substandard housing or not even having a roof over one’s head.
Catalóg N. : KE-80-09-932-EN-C
Europe is one of the world’s richest regions with a diverse and sophisticated economy that provides a high standard of living. The wealth Europe has generated allows many of its citizens
to enjoy good quality healthcare, education and social assistance.
Nevertheless, a huge number of people are not able to share the fruits of this success. It is estimated that the European Union is home to about 84 million people who are at risk of poverty and social exclusion.
Catalóg N. : KE-80-09-930-EN-C
Solidarity is one of the guiding principles of the European Union, meaning that all citizens should be able to share in the benefits of prosperous times, while also sharing the burden of times of difficulty. Yet nearly 80 million Europeans live below the poverty line, and many face serious obstacles in accessing employment, education, housing, social and financial services.
Catalóg N. : KE-31-09-121-GA-C
Soláthraíonn an bhileog eolais seo achoimre ar an gComh-Thuarascáil um
Chosaint Shóisialta agus um Chuimsiú Sóisialta 2009. Bunaithe ar thuarascálacha na Stráitéise Náisiúnta ina leagtar amach na tosaíochtaí náisiúnta do chosaint shóisialta agus do chuimsiú sóisialta, cuireann an bhileog eolais cuntas ar fail ina bpléitear príomh-threochtaí an Aontais Eorpaigh agus na príomh-threochtaí ar leibhéil náisiúnta sna réimsí seo.
Tá an foilseachán seo ar fáil i bhformáid chlóite i dteangacha oifigiúla uile an AE.
Catalóg N. : KE-AK-09-001-EN-C
The Joint Report on Social Protection and Social Inclusion 2009 presents an in-depth assessment of the renewed National Strategy Reports. Originally presented in autumn 2008, these reports outline every Member State's social protection and inclusion policy priorities until 2011. It is available in English only.
Catalóg N. : KE-78-09-821-GA-D
Catalóg N. : KE-30-08-592-EN-C, ISBN 978-92-79-09-597-9, ISSN 1830-5423
Written for the general public, this leaflet presents the principal findings of a report identifying the predominant factors affecting child poverty in each EU Member State. It summarises the policy implications contained in the report, to give a clearer picture of the child poverty situation in the EU, what is being done, and what still needs to be done to achieve the common aim – eradicating child poverty. It exist in 23 languages.
Catalóg N. : KE-AK-08-001-EN-C
On 29 February 2008 the EPSCO (Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs) Council and the Commission jointly adopted the 2008 Joint Report on Social Protection and Social Inclusion. This fourth Report examines more in depth a set of themes identified in last year's edition: child poverty, health inequalities, access to health care and evolving long-term care needs, longer working lives and privately managed pensions.
It is available in English only.
Catalóg N. : KE-30-08-251-EN-C, ISBN 978-92-79-08343-3
Using commonly agreed indicators, this report identifies the predominant factors affecting child poverty in each country. Indicators have not been used to name and shame but to group countries according to the common challenges they face: joblessness, in-work poverty, insufficient support to families. The report also reviews the national monitoring and evaluation systems in place and draws 15 recommendations to better assess and monitor child poverty and the multiple dimensions of child well-being across the EU. It is available in English only.
Catalóg N. : KE-AR-07-002-EN
This leaflet is a summary of a
which focuses on lone-parent households, analysing the reasons why they experience higher poverty risks and the barriers they have to face in order to access employment and other means of social inclusion. opportunities.
This leaflet is available in English, French and German.