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Review of recent social policy reform - Report of the Social Protection Committee (2015)  (07/01/2016)

Catalóg N. :KE-BO-15-001-EN-N

The 2015 Report of the Social Protection Committee takes stock of recent social policy reforms in the EU. The report sheds light on the key challenges facing EU policymakers in the areas of social inclusion, poverty reduction, Roma inclusion, pensions, health care and long-term care needs, and analyses the reforms introduced to overcome them. It stresses the need for an integrated approach of social protection, covering a citizen’s entire life course, from childbirth and related care through to education, training and employment, family and social life and finally retirement.

This publication is available only in electronic version in English.


The European Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion - A European framework for social and territorial cohesion  (12/08/2011)

Catalóg N. :KE-31-11-252-EN-C

The EU has identified restoring economic growth and providing more and better jobs as key factors in fighting poverty. In order to help achieve this, the European Commission proposes establishing a European Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion. This Communication sets out the challenges presented by poverty and exclusion and outlines the contribution of different policies to reducing poverty and increasing inclusion. It goes on to identify a number of associated actions and to explain the design and the content of the Platform. This publication is available in printed format in all EU official languages.


Gné shóisialta na straitéise ‘Eoraip 2020’ : Tuarascáil ón gCoiste um chosaint shóisialta (2011) - Achoimre  (28/07/2011)

Catalóg N. :KE-BB-11-001-GA-C

Tá an Coiste Cosanta Sóisialta (SPC), fóram beartais le haghaidh Ballstát agus le haghaidh an Choimisiúin Eorpaigh, tar éis a thuarascáil 2011 a fhoilsiú maidir le gné shóisialta Straitéis ‘Eoraip 2020’. Tugtar achoimre ar an Tuarascáil sa bhileog seo, ina bhféachtar ar obair an SPC, ina ndéantar cur síos ar spriocanna an AE maidir le bochtaineacht agus le heisiamh sóisialta, agus ina ndéantar anailís ar an gcás mar atá agus ar threochtaí sa réimse seo. Ina dhiaidh sin, féachtar ar bheartais chun an bhochtaineacht a laghdú agus a chosc, agus tugtar breac-chuntas ar theachtaireachtaí tábhachtacha eile arna nglacadh ag an SPC. Tugtar mionsonraí freisin ar chláir náisiúnta áirithe agus ar ionstraimí an AE chun dul i ngleic leis an mbochtaineacht agus leis an eisiamh sóisialta. Tá an foilseachán seo ar fáil i bhformáid chlóite i dteangacha oifi giúla uile an AE.


European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exclusion - Springboard into the future  (08/07/2011)

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.


Getting out of Poverty - Hope for the future: examples of change  (01/11/2010)

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.


Eurobarometer Survey on Poverty and Social Exclusion 2009  (27/10/2009)

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.