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Mutual Learning conference on “Innovative approaches to integration and inclusion of migrants”
This conference will offer an opportunity to exchange innovative practices on labour market and social inclusion of migrants and people with a migrant background, in particular those facing specific obstacles such as women or the low-skilled, and will tackle policy areas such as skills assessment, recognition and development. It will also reflect on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the labour market integration and social inclusion of migrants in the EU.
Peer Review on “Housing exclusion: the role of legislation?”, Prague (Czech Republic), 8-9 October 2020
This Peer Review discussed effective social or affordable housing legislation and policies, as well as the role of public and non-profit actors in the implementation of housing policies, supporting people at risk of social exclusion.
Peer review on “Financing Long-term Care”, 22-23 September 2020 (Online)
This peer review hosted by the Estonian Ministry of Social Affairs explored financing schemes of long-term care (LTC) systems and discussed ideas, practices and results of scientific evidence on how to make LTC financing effective and sustainable.
Peer review on “Comprehensive follow-up of low-income families”, Oslo (Norway), 28-29 November 2019
This peer review explored the challenges and the good practices in providing both a comprehensive follow-up of low-income families and a better coordination of services (the HOLF-model).
Peer Review on “Access to social assistance and rights for homeless people”, Brussels (Belgium), 3-4 October 2019
This Peer Review discussed challenges and good practices in providing adequate social assistance to homeless people despite the lack of a permanent address.
Peer Review on “Strategies for supporting social inclusion at older age”, Berlin (Germany), 23-24 September 2019
This Peer Review discussed projects, measures and strategies for tackling social isolation, loneliness and social exclusion in older age.
Peer Review on “Ensuring adequate assistance for those most in need (Minimum Income)”, Vilnius (Lithuania), 7-8 February 2019
The purpose of this Peer Review was to discuss the impact of reforms of minimum income benefit systems to improve living conditions and allow for a decent standard of living for those who lack sufficient resources.
Peer Review on “Furthering quality and flexibility of Early Childhood Education and Care”, Copenhagen (Denmark), 13-14 December 2018
The Peer Review explored the challenges and good practices on Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC) services for all families and children.
Peer Review on “Minimum Income Benefits – securing a life in dignity, enabling access to services and integration into the labour market”, Berlin (Germany), 15-16 November 2018
In Germany, minimum income benefits constitute the main instrument for preventing income poverty as the last safety net.
Peer Review on “The financial impact of maternity and paternity leave”, Prague (Czech Republic), 8-9 October 2018
The Peer Review in Prague examined the financial impact of maternity and paternity leave on families and provided a valuable opportunity to discuss and exchange good practices, challenges and lessons learnt.