About: Monika Hunjadi

Organisation: European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research

Assistant International and Public Relations

Contributions

POW-BRIDGE MLL2: Solutions to main challenges of posting of workers rules

POW-BRIDGE Mutual Learning Lab 2 (MLL2): Solutions to main challenges in the implementation of posting of workers rules

The Second Mutual Learning Lab (MLL2) of the POW-BRIDGE project took place on 26 May 2021. The aim of MLL2 was to follow up on the results from the first Mutual Learning Lab (MLL1) and to identify and discuss solutions addressing main challenges in the implementation practice of the posting of workers rules in 8 project countries: Austria, Hungary, Italy, Poland, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. Read more, more about POW-BRIDGE

Book chapter: Perspectives on the Analysis and Development of Social Policies in Azerbaijan

Book chapter: Perspectives on the Analysis and Development of Social Policies in Azerbaijan by Bayramov et al.

In this study, socio-economic processes in Azerbaijan, development trends, the scale of existing social policies and the level of adaptation of international experiences have been studied. There have been times when initiatives were undertaken to develop certain elements of Islamic banking in the Azerbaijani economy, but there are no mechanisms derived from Islam in social policy. In current social policies it is possible to observe elements of the Islamic-social model, such as poverty alleviation, fair distribution of income, overall welfare, and care for vulnerable people. However, Azerbaijan’s social protection system is not considered as an Islamic model. Read more

01/06/21: Cfa: Evidence-based research conference

Under the theme of ‘The place of evidence-based research in the evidence ecosystem’, the COST Action EVBRES (EVidence-Based RESearch) aim to bring together a broad range of key EBR actors and stakeholders.

01/06/21: Call for abstracts: Evidence-based research conference

Under the theme of ‘The place of evidence-based research in the evidence ecosystem’, the COST Action EVBRES (EVidence-Based RESearch) aim to bring together a broad range of key EBR actors and stakeholders (including researchers, funding agencies, research regulators, editors and reviewers, educators, patients and consumers, etc.) to discuss what role EBR might play in the different areas of the evidence ecosystem, respectively in the generation, synthesis and translation of knowledge. Read more

21/6/21: Cfp 2021: Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP)

CEI announce the opening of the Call for Proposals 2021 in the framework of the Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP).

21/6/21: Cfp 2021: Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP)

CEI announce the opening of the Call for Proposals 2021 in the framework of the Know-how Exchange Programme (KEP) with funding made available by the CEI Fund at the EBRD, entirely financed by the Italian Government.

Launched in 2004, the KEP is a development instrument aimed at supporting the transfer of expertise from organisations in the EU to peers in the non‐EU countries within the CEI region.  Read more

27/5/21: Webinar “The funding & tenders portal for beginners beginners”

The Common Implementation Centre organises an open information session on “The Funding & Tenders Portal for beginners” on the 27 May 2021.

27/5/21: Webinar “The funding & tenders portal for beginners”

The Common Implementation Centre organises an open information session on “The Funding & Tenders Portal for beginners” on the 27 May 2021.

This Horizon Europe webinar will take place via YouTube only, from 10.00am CEST. The Funding & Tenders Portal is the single gateway for participants in many EU funding programmes and procurement actions. This webinar is addressed in the first instance to (potential) new users of the Portal. It aims to explain and demonstrate the search for funding opportunities and partners, registration of your organisation, submission of proposals, managing your profile, exploring funded projects and statistics, and many more features. The participation does not require pre-registration; access will be via YouTube web stream only. Live stream, agenda, and additional information are available here.

Closed (24/5/21): Open call for consultancy services

24/5/21: Open call for consultancy services for expert on evaluation of the active labour market policies and measures implemented in North Macedonia.

24/5/21: Open call for consultancy services for expert on evaluation of the active labour market policies and measures implemented in North Macedonia

The Employment and Social Affairs Platform 2 (ESAP 2) project of the Regional Cooperation Council is seeking a qualified Consultant to prepare the impact evaluation of selected Active Labour Market Policies implemented by the Employment Service Agency of the Republic of North Macedonia (ESA).  Read more

Deadline: 24 May 2021

Closed (24/5/21) Webinar: “New Momentum” for the European perspective of Moldova

Independent Think-Tank “Expert-Grup” invites to take part in the webinar: “New Momentum” for the European perspective of Moldova – comparisons between the “Associated Trio” and the Western Balkan states” on 24 May 2021, between 16:30 pm -17:45 pm (Chisinau time). 

24/5/21, 16:30 pm -17:45 pm (Chisinau time): Webinar: “New Momentum” for the European perspective of Moldova – comparisons between the “Associated Trio” & the Western Balkan states

Independent Think-Tank “Expert-Grup” invites you to take part in the webinar: “New Momentum” for the European perspective of Moldova – comparisons between the “Associated Trio” and the Western Balkan states” on 24 May 2021, between 16:30 pm -17:45 pm (Chisinau time).  The event is dedicated to presenting the results of the study: “Balkan and Eastern European Comparisons: Building a New Momentum for the European integration of the Balkan and Eastern European associated states”. Read more

The event is organized by the Independent Think Tank “Expert-Grup” in cooperation with the Center for European Political Studies (CEPS) and will take place online and shall be held into English. See agenda

4 key principles for promoting social innovation in LTC

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 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