Sociální ochrana a sociální začlenění

  • 02/05/2016

    Peer Review in Hungary: Conditional cash transfers and their impact on children

    Conditional cash transfers (CCTs) are payments to people who meet certain conditions. CCTs are increasingly being used to encourage families to invest in their children. However, there is limited scientific evidence on the effects of such programmes. The Peer Review in Budapest (October 2015) gave policy-makers thinking of introducing or reforming CCTs the opportunity to share experience and exchange views. This report summarises the key issues discussed and the lessons learned. It is available in electronic format in English, French, German and Hungarian.

  • 02/05/2016

    Poskytování kvalitních služeb rané péče o děti - Česká republika, 10.–11. listopadu 2015

    Vzájemné hodnocení, které se konalo v Praze (listopadu 2015), se týkalo české rodinné politiky v období změn a konkrétněji budoucí podoby českého systému raného vzdělávání a péče o děti. Na základě zkušeností hodnocených zemí, mezinárodních expertů, Evropské komise i místních a evropských zainteresovaných organizací byla identifikována řada praktických ponaučení pro Českou republiku i EU jako celek. Tato publikace shrnuje klíčové otázky, o nichž bylo diskutováno, a absolvované lekce. Tato publikace je dostupná v elektronickém formátu v angličtině, francouzštině, němčině a češtině.

  • 10/03/2016

    Minimum Income Schemes in Europe - A study of national policies

    This report of the European Social Policy Network (ESPN) highlights and assesses the contribution of minimum income schemes to preventing and alleviating poverty and social exclusion. It also studies to what extent minimum income schemes are effectively linked with other benefits and services so as to support recipients’ inclusion into the labour market.

  • 09/02/2016

    Social Agenda 43 - Pensions

    A cultural revolution is required if the EU countries want to ensure adequate pensions for the generations to come. Social Agenda n°43 focuses on pensions at a time when the EU social partners are on the verge of launching negotiations on how to change the way age is managed at work. This issue of Social Agenda also addresses demographic change (how it can be an opportunity), the EU disability strategy (which is being reviewed) and the refugee issue (how EU funds can be used to help welcome and integrate them).

    Social Agenda is available in English, French and German, also in print.

  • 07/01/2016

    Review of recent social policy reform - Report of the Social Protection Committee (2015)

    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.