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  • 12/01/2015

    Approches proposées pour la mesure de l’impact social

    L’argent investi dans une entreprise sociale doit être utilisé de manière efficace pour la réalisation de sa mission sociale. De même, lorsque des fonds publics sont utilisés,  ’obtention efficace de résultats ou les économies
    dans les dépenses publiques doivent être démontrées. Une méthode cohérente de mesure de l’impact social est donc indispensable. En octobre 2012, un sous-groupe d’experts de mesure de l’impact social a été mis en place par le GECES (groupe d’experts sur l’entrepreneuriat social de la Commission européenne) afin de dispenser des conseils sur une méthode qui pourrait être appliquée dans le secteur européen de l’entrepreneuriat social. Les gestionnaires de fonds sociaux pourront décider s’ils vont investir dans une entreprise spécifique, et les investisseurs et les organismes d’octroi de subventions pourront savoir si les entreprises qu’ils ont soutenues ont atteint les objectifs sociaux fixés. Toutefois, le champ d’application est plus large, à la fois en interne et en externe. Cette publication présente les approches proposées de mesure utilisées pour l’évaluation et le suivi.
    Cette publication est disponible en version électronique en anglais, français, italien, allemand, polonais et espagnol.

  • 27/11/2014

    Facing the crisis - The coping strategies of unemployed people in Europe

    This report explores how those households that are particularly exposed to poverty and long-term unemployment manage to deal with the blows dealt by the economic crisis. It asks the key questions: is unemployment in a period of crisis really the cause of spiralling breaks in social links, or can it also be the start of a process of coping, based on strengthening those links? If so, to what extent? It draws on the findings of three studies, both qualitatively and quantitatively. This publication is available in printed and electronic format in English.

  • 27/11/2014

    Facing the crisis - The coping strategies of unemployed people in Europe

    This report explores how those households that are particularly exposed to poverty and long-term unemployment manage to deal with the blows dealt by the economic crisis. It asks the key questions: is unemployment in a period of crisis really the cause of spiralling breaks in social links, or can it also be the start of a process of coping, based on strengthening those links? If so, to what extent? It draws on the findings of three studies, both qualitatively and quantitatively. This publication is available in printed and electronic format in English.

  • 27/11/2014

    Facing the crisis - The coping strategies of unemployed people in Europe

    This report explores how those households that are particularly exposed to poverty and long-term unemployment manage to deal with the blows dealt by the economic crisis. It asks the key questions: is unemployment in a period of crisis really the cause of spiralling breaks in social links, or can it also be the start of a process of coping, based on strengthening those links? If so, to what extent? It draws on the findings of three studies, both qualitatively and quantitatively. This publication is available in printed and electronic format in English.

  • 10/10/2014

    Adequate social protection for long-term care needs in an ageing society

    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.