The recent Policy brief shows that local innovators should shift focus away from ‘best practice‘ initiatives and towards defining the ‘best fit for purpose‘ initiatives. The European Centre team highlight the need to match investment in social innovation design and development with investment in scale-up and sustainability of social innovation approaches, in order to increase societal impact. They propose four key principles that can guide social innovators in long-term care. More about the InCARE project
The POW-BRIDGE consortium invites to attend the project’s Final Conference, taking place on 9th November on ZOOM.
Agenda for the Bridge Building Summer School on Social Welfare 10 – 14 July 2017, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research (Berggasse 17, 1090 Vienna, Austria) Monday, 10th July 2017 Session type Lecturer/ Facilitators Morning Travel time/Arrival 13.30-14.00 Registration 14.00-15.00 Welcome & Introduction Working session 15.00-15.45 Key societal challenges Input session…
In this EESPN issue, we present the snapshots and the corresponding report of the BB Peer Review on deinstitutionalisation of children and persons with disabilities. Additionally, we inform you about the 6th BBinar. Check it out and enjoy reading the rest of the September issue of the EESPN newsletter here!
The European Centre hosted with great success the first virtual 2021 Summer School on Evaluation in Social Policies in August 2023.
European Centre is organizing the Workshop “Bridge Building in social welfare policy” for the European Centre’s National Liaison Officials (NLOs) to strengthen regional cooperation between the NLOs and to encourage project cooperation in social welfare policy and research on 19 – 20 April 2018. More precisely, the objectives of the Workshop are: To present and…