Peer Reviews in social protection and social inclusion foster open discussion and mutual learning. Each Peer Review meeting
Peer Reviews are a useful tool to assess whether the practice discussed
The host country can also hold a Peer Review meeting to gather expert advice from other countries to inform the process of preparation of a major policy reform (or new programme or institutional arrangement) in the field of social protection and social inclusion.
Peer Reviews are a key instrument of the Social 'Open Method of Coordination' (OMC).
|26/04/2016||Peer Review in Belgium: Housing First||20160426|
|19/12/2013||Peer Review in Denmark: Sustainable ways of preventing homelessness||20131219|
|02/12/2010||The Finnish National Programme to reduce long-term homelessness (Finland)||20101202|
|04/11/2010||Building a comprehensive and participative strategy on homelessness (Portugal)||20101104|
|12/11/2009||Counting the homeless - improving the basis for planning assistance (Austria)||20091112|