Social trygghet och social delaktighet
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Catalog N. : KE-BF-12-001-EN-N
The efforts aimed at combating child poverty and social exclusion are crucial investments in future and contribute directly to the Europe 2020 Strategy. This report summarises the main outcomes of the Peer Review on socio-cultural participation as part of a strategy to address child poverty (Brussels, 20-21 September 2012). The Peer Review was hosted by the Belgian federal authorities who presented a series of measures to enable those on low income to participate in socio-cultural activities. Representatives from ten European countries, the European Commission and stakeholder organisations took part in the event. This publication is available in electronic format in English, French, German and Dutch.
Catalog N. : KE-30-12-757-EN-N
This report, jointly prepared by the European Commission and the Social Protection Committee (SPC), focuses on the adequacy dimension of pensions. It has been developed as a complement to the Ageing Report by the Economic Policy Committee (EPC) and considers pension policy objectives in the context of accelerating population ageing and the current economic crisis. Specifically, it looks at how to reconcile and optimize sustainability and adequacy concerns amongst Member States. This publication is available in electronic format in English only.
Catalog N. : KE-AF-12-031-EN-C
With the European Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion set to meet for its second annual convention in December, the special feature of Social Agenda Issue 31 focuses on social inclusion and the fight against poverty. It looks at the progress made since the Platform’s inception in 2010, citing practical examples of how EU funding and policy initiatives promote social inclusion, including that of the Roma people, the EU's largest minority. European Commission Social Policies Director, Lieve Fransen explains how social policy should be considered more in terms of front-end investment rather than back-end cost. Issue 31 also features articles on EU support for cross-border traineeships and on the agreements recently signed by the European social partners. Social Agenda is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. : KE-31-12-594-EN-C
The present report is the third update of the analysis of the social impact of the crisis that the Social Protection Committee has undertaken, as part of its treaty mandate to closely monitor the social situation in Member States. It looks into the major trends in the social situation in Europe and the concrete policy measures Member States have put in place in the past year to tackle the difficult economic situation and its social implications. This publication is available in printed format in English.
Catalog N. : KE-BC-12-001-EN-C
The Social Europe guide is a bi-annual publication aimed at providing to an interested but not necessarily specialized audience 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. It also presents views on the subject from the Council Presidency and the European Parliament.
The third volume in this series gives an overview of the main demographic trends faced by Europe, such as ageing, a decrease in the working age population and declining fertility. It describes the EU's actions to promote active ageing, and explains EU policy efforts to ensure adequate, safe and sustainable pensions for the decades to come.
This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German.
Catalog N. : KE-32-11-980-SV-C
Vem betalar min pension? Hur beräknas min pension? Ta reda på dina pensionsrättigheter om du har arbetat i mer än ett EU-land, Island, Liechtenstein, Norge och Schweiz.
Catalog N. : KE-BA-11-001-EN-C
The Europe 2020 strategy aims to deliver high employment, productivity and social cohesion. This report of the Social Protection Committee (SPC), a policy forum for Member States and the Commission, on Europe 2020's social dimension examines actions to promote inclusion and reduce poverty. It details the current poverty and social exclusion situation in the EU and assesses related policy options for addressing these challenges. It also outlines findings of the SPC thematic work on social inclusion and protection in 2010.
Catalog N. : KE-AT-11-001-EN-C
A key tool for monitoring the sector and fostering dialogue at EU level, this second Biennial Report on SSGI provides an update of the economic and employment data presented in the first Biennial Report published in July 2008 (Chapter 1). It also gives an overview of the various initiatives implemented across Europe to guarantee, improve and assess the quality of social services and focuses on the voluntary European Quality Framework developed within the Social Protection Committee, which in many ways represents the culmination of all these other initiatives (Chapter 2). Finally, Chapter 3 describes the latest developments in the debate on the application of the EU rules to SSGI. This publication is available in printed format in English only.
Catalog N. : KE-30-10-290-SV-C
I denna broschyr, ”Minska ojämlikhet i hälsa i Europeiska unionen”, finns aktuell information om ojämlikhet i hälsa mellan och inom Europeiska unionens medlemsstater.
I broschyren görs en genomgång av flera frågor som rör ojämlikhet i hälsa (särskilt förväntad livslängd) och en granskning av vilken roll bestämningsfaktorer för hälsa spelar. Särskild tonvikt läggs vid ”social gradient”, dvs. den sociala aspekt som finns för i det närmaste alla faktorer som påverkar hälsostatus.
Särskilt redogörs för vilken roll europeisk och nationell politik spelar på detta särskilda område (däribland finansieringsmöjligheter) och deras potentiella bidrag till att minska ojämlikhet i hälsa.
Slutligen lyfter man fram tre fallstudier som redogör för fördelar som uppnåtts på områden som barns hälsa, arbetssökandes hälsa och etniska minoriteters hälsostatus. Denna publikation finns i tryck på alla officiella EU-språk.
Catalog N. : KE-31-10-546-EN-C
The European Commission’s Green Paper “Towards adequate, sustainable and safe European pension systems” invites interested parties to submit their views on future pension provision and how the EU can best support national-level efforts. The Paper reviews the current EU pensions framework and goes on to set out the main challenges to providing adequate, sustainable and safe pensions and the priorities for modernising pension policy in the EU. It also looks at the need to improve both pension data collection and EU-level governance of pension policy. Finally, the Paper provides information on how to contribute to the consultation, as well as a glossary of terms and detailed statistical annex. This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German. Copies of the Green Paper in all EU languages are also available online at: http://ec.europa.eu/social/main.jsp?langId=en&catId=89&newsId=839&furtherNews=yes#