Coimirce Sóisialach & Cuimsiú Sóisialta
Tabhair faoi deara nach mbeidh foilseacháin áirithe ar fáil ach amháin i mBéarla, i bhFraincis nó i nGearmáinis.
Na doiciméid is déanaí
Catalóg N. : KE-AF-09-024-EN-C
Issue 24 of Social Agenda focuses on the situation of Roma in the EU and on the most effective ways to promote their inclusion in society. It also examines the need to improve and adapt the skills of Europe’s workforce to respond to future job market demands. The issue looks at the social costs of the economic crisis and introduces the European Progress Microfinance Facility, aimed at those who wish to start or expand a small business. The magazine also reports on European citizens' perceptions of gender equality and on the achievements of the European social dialogue. It is available in English, French and German.
Catalóg N. : KE-AK-10-001-EN-C
The Joint Report on Social Protection and Social Inclusion 2010 covers a range of areas including social inclusion policy, housing, healthcare, the impact of the economic crisis on pension systems and governance. It examines the social situation in EU27 before and in the economic and financial crisis and looks at Member States initial responses and preparations made for recovery. The report also includes country profiles on homelessness and housing exclusion for each EU Member State. This publication is available in printed format in English only.
Catalóg N. : KE-32-10-215-GA-N
Tá leasuithe ar chórais phinsean ar siúl i gcónaí. Tá Ballstáit ag dul i ngleic le dúshlán aosú daonra atá ag cur strus ar chórais phinsean reatha. Scrúdaíonn an bróisiúr seo an tábhacht a bhaineann
le scéimeanna pinsean cistithe arna mbainistiú go príobháideach.
Tá sé ar fáil i bhformáid priontála i mBéarla, i bhFraincis agus i nGearmáinis agus i bhformáid leictreonach sna teangacha oifi giúla eile de chuid an AE.
Catalóg N. : KE-30-09-241-EN-C
The purpose of the present publication is to explain MISSOC and its outputs. The publication contains examples and extracts of information to illustrate the different types of information developed and published by the Mutual Information System on Social Protection. The examples date from January 1st 2008. For up-to-date information the publication refers to http://ec.europa.eu/missoc . This publication will soon be available in printed format in English, French and German.
Catalóg N. : KE-AK-09-001-EN-C
The Joint Report on Social Protection and Social Inclusion 2009 presents an in-depth assessment of the renewed National Strategy Reports. Originally presented in autumn 2008, these reports outline every Member State's social protection and inclusion policy priorities until 2011. It is available in English only.
Catalóg N. : KE-AG-09-001-EN-C
This Social Situation Report 2008 — published annually since 2000 — presents key indicators in 17 statistical portraits that address a range of social policy concerns for the European Union: population; education and training; labour market; social protection; income, social inclusion and living conditions; gender equality and health and safety. Sixteen of the chosen twenty-five key indicators presented in the portraits are among the Structural Indicators which are used in order to monitor the progress towards the agreed targets based on the Lisbon Strategy for growth and jobs. This report is available in printed format in English with French and German summaries.
Catalóg N. : KE-78-09-821-GA-D
Catalóg N. : KE-81-08-422-EN-C
This Commission Staff Working Document produced by Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities details the progress made in achieving the European strategy for social protection and social inclusion. Using indicators agreed upon by the Member States, a detailed analysis was completed on the work done in different strands of the strategy. The document also analyses the current situation and future trends found in each strand.This publication is available in English only.
Catalóg N. : KE-81-08-364-EN-C
National authorities are examining different ways of addressing the expected growth in demand for long-term care services. This will come at a time when the number of working age women and men, able to provide informal care will decrease just as the number of dependent elderly persons increases. In addition, the trend towards smaller families and rise in incidences of single parent families reduce the pool of people able to provide informal care. There is general agreement that providing LTC in a home or residential setting rather than institutional care is the preferred option of LTC recipients. In order to meet the increased demand, Member States will need to: Tackle the expected shortfall in qualified LTC staff; Develop a sustainable mix of public and private sources of finance; Ensure effective coordination within various long-term care systems; andiImplement in practice the principle of universal access to long-term care. This publication is available in printed format in English, French and German and in electronic format in all other EU official languages.
Catalóg N. : KE-AT-08-001-EN-C
The First Biennal Report on Social Services of General Interest (SSGIs) is a monitoring and dialogue tool which had been announced in the 2006 and the 2007 Communications. The report provides an overall picture of SSGI in the EU. It describes their socio-economic situation and the major economic and societal changes to which they have to adapt. It also looks at the way in which these services adjust to evolving needs and constraints and how the changes affect the organisation, financing and provision of social services of general interest in terms of relevant EU rules. It is available in English, French and German.