Social trygghet och social delaktighet
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Catalog 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.
Catalog N. : KE-81-08-364-SV-N
Att ge medborgarna tillgång till gott skydd mot risk för sjukdom och beroende är ett viktigt mål i medlemsstaterna och i den Europeiska
unionen. Samhällets förmåga att ge högkvalitativ service inom långtidsvård till alla som behöver den måste säkerställas och
Catalog 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.
Catalog N. : KE-30-08-592-SV-N
Catalog N. : KE-30-08-371-SV-C
I detta häfte återfinns en sammanfattning av Europeiska kommissionens och rådets gemensamma rapport om social trygghet och social integration 2008. Den redogör för rapportens viktigaste slutsatser, ordnade efter tema. Den redogör också för hur strategier arbetas fram och samordnas mellan medlemsstaterna och Europeiska kommissionen.
Catalog N. : KE-AK-08-001-EN-C
On 29 February 2008 the EPSCO (Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs) Council and the Commission jointly adopted the 2008 Joint Report on Social Protection and Social Inclusion. This fourth Report examines more in depth a set of themes identified in last year's edition: child poverty, health inequalities, access to health care and evolving long-term care needs, longer working lives and privately managed pensions.
It is available in English only.
Catalog N. : KE-AE-08-001-EN-C
The CD-ROM attached to this publication contains the MISSOC comparative tables on European social protection systems in an interactive web page format as well as in a PDF version. It also includes descriptive information about the organisational structure of social protection in each country and the social protection systems for the self-employed. This publication is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. : KE-30-08-251-EN-C, ISBN 978-92-79-08343-3
Using commonly agreed indicators, this report identifies the predominant factors affecting child poverty in each country. Indicators have not been used to name and shame but to group countries according to the common challenges they face: joblessness, in-work poverty, insufficient support to families. The report also reviews the national monitoring and evaluation systems in place and draws 15 recommendations to better assess and monitor child poverty and the multiple dimensions of child well-being across the EU. It is available in English only.
Catalog N. : KE-AR-07-002-EN
This leaflet is a summary of a
which focuses on lone-parent households, analysing the reasons why they experience higher poverty risks and the barriers they have to face in order to access employment and other means of social inclusion. opportunities.
This leaflet is available in English, French and German.
Catalog N. : KE-AK-07-001-EN-C, ISBN 978-92-05561-4
This second joint report on social protection and social inclusion examines the first ever integrated national strategies on social inclusion, pensions, healthcare and long-term care. It reviews the main trends across the EU and at national level. The report includes country profiles identifying the key challenges in each Member State. It is available in English only.