The European Commission finances projects enabling national, regional and local administrations, social and economic partners and other organisations to exchange good practices in the fields of employment, working conditions, social inclusion and social protection. To facilitate the dissemination of the achieved results this report reviews good practice examples of projects supported by the Community Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity — Progress in the years 2011 – 2012. This report is available in English and online only, with abstracts in English, French and German.
This compendium is partly the result of seven peer reviews on corporate social responsibility (CSR) that took place in 2013 between EU Member State ministries. It provides an update on the actions taken by EU Member States since the publication of the 2011 Communication on CSR. Some of the most common approaches as well as good practices are highlighted in a series of thematic sections, relating to different parts of CSR policy. There is a substantial annex on initiatives taken Member State-by-Member State.
This publication is available in electronic format in English.
Globaliseerumise ning üleilmse finants- ja majanduskriisi tõttu on tööhõive kogu Euroopas vähenenud. Käesolevas brošüüris käsitletakse Globaliseerumisega Kohanemise Euroopa Fondi (GEF), millest kaasrahastatakse toetusi ELi töötajatele, kes on jäänud töötuks suurettevõtte sulgemise, ulatuslike vallandamiste või ühes majandussektoris tootmise EList väljaviimise tõttu. Piirkondlike või riiklike asutuste kaudu pakutakse individuaalseid tugimeetmeid, mille eesmärk on aidata GEFi toetuse saamise nõuetele vastavatel inimestel leida uus töökoht või alustada tegevust füüsilisest isikust ettevõtjana.
This report examines to what extent innovative approaches to social protection against the risk of long-term care dependency - such as prevention, rehabilitation and support for the independent living of frail older people - can help EU Member States ensure that adequate provisions for long-term care needs can be organised in a sustainable way even at the height of population ageing. It argues that national policy makers should move from the present primarily reactive to an increasing-ly proactive policy approach seeking both to prevent the loss of autonomy and thus reduce care demand, and to boost efficient, cost-effective care provision.
Published by the Social Protection Committee (SPC), the report identifies promising innovative approaches around the EU and suggests how the the Union can support the efforts of Member States by facilitating the exchange of best practices, by researching and testing new solutions and fostering technical and social innovation.
The Social Europe guide is a bi-annual publication aimed at providing an interested but not necessarily specialised audience with a concise overview of specific areas of EU policy in the field of employment, social affairs and inclusion. It illustrates the key issues and challenges, explains policy actions and instruments at EU level and provides examples of best practices from EU Member States.
Volume 8 looks at EU employment policy, underpinned by the European Employment Strategy. It highlights major initiatives to tackle the disruptive effects of the economic crisis, notably the Europe 2020 Strategy and the European Semester. The guide also covers new initiatives to tackle EU unemployment or social disparities, such as the Employment Package, Youth Employment Package, and the scoreboard of key employment and social indicators. There is also a focus on promoting labour mobility, enhancing dialogue with social partners, and plans to complete Europe’s monetary union by introducing a common fiscal capacity.
The guide will be available in printed and electronic format in English, French and German.
The Galician Ministry of Employment and Social Welfare hosted on 25 March 2014 a Peer Review on the Galician Digital Volunteering Programme (VolDIX). The programme exploits various forms of voluntary participation to combat digital and social exclusion as part of a broader effort to build an Information Society for all. This report summarises the key issues discussed and the lessons learned. It is available in electronic format in English, French, German and Spanish.
This policy brief was produced by the OECD and the European Commission on entrepreneurship by people with disabilities. It presents data on the scale of self-employment and entrepreneurship activities undertaken by people with disabilities and discusses the barriers to entrepreneurship that are unique to people with disabilities. The policy brief also discusses policy approaches to support entrepreneurship for people with disabilities, including increasing awareness about the feasibility of entrepreneurship; developing entrepreneurship skills; supporting the development, acquisition and use of assistive technologies; ensuring access to appropriate financial support; and, improving Internet and IT accessibility. The brief provides examples of successful policy approaches used in the EU as well as inspiring stories about entrepreneurs with disabilities.
This policy brief is part of a series of documents produced by the OECD and the European Commission on inclusive entrepreneurship. The series includes policy briefs on youth entrepreneurship, senior entrepreneurship, social entrepreneurship, evaluation of inclusive entrepreneurship programmes, access to business start-up finance for inclusive entrepreneurship and entrepreneurship by the disabled as a well as a report on `The Missing Entrepreneurs’. All these documents are available in English, French and German. They are available at http://www.oecd.org/cfe/leed/inclusive-entrepreneurship.htm
„Sinu esimene EURESe töökoht” on Euroopa Liidu rahastatud algatus, mille eesmärk on
• aidata noortel eurooplastel leida töö-, praktika- või töökohapõhise õppe võimalusi teistes ELi liikmesriikides
• viia VKEd ja teised tööandjad kokku laiema kandidaatide ringiga
Praktiline juhend, milles käsitletakse järgmisi teemasid:
• osalemisnõuded ja kuidas kandideerida
• kuidas saada rahalist toetust
• kust leida täpsemat teavet
„Sinu esimene EURESe töökoht” ootab sind juba täna!
Käesolev väljaanne on elektroonilisel kujul kättesaadav kõigis ELi ametlikes keeltes.
The factsheet presents the highlights of the 2013 PROGRESS Annual Performance Monitoring Report, showcasing the programme’s main achievements during that year. These include improving information-sharing on EU law and policy among Member States, ensuring the integration of cross-cutting issues such as equality into EU policy and improving policy consistency. Programme outputs were driven by employment and social objectives of Europe 2020, with activities focused on major challenges such as unemployment, social impact of the crisis and demographic changes. This leaflet is available in printed format in English, French and German.