In the August issue, we inform you about the current BB flag-ship project: ‘BB Peer Reviews and Trainings’ which implements mutual learning between the BB countries. Check out the timeline of the respective BB Peer Reviews and Trainings and enjoy reading the rest of the August issue of the EESPN newsletter here!
The FELM final report includes a regulatory, quantitative and qualitative analysis of third-country companies and workers’ access, trends and characteristics in the European construction market.
The EESPN team informs you on the BB activities and the EESPN blog on the Georgian Miners’ strike in the June issue of the EESPN newsletter.
Protest demonstrations have been arising from time to time demanding both miners’ labor and social rights, such as: improving safety guarantees, enhancing working conditions and providing equitable wages. Currently, on June 14, 2023, in the western mining city 3,000 miners went on strike demanding increase in wages, improvements in safety conditions, better insurance, and nutrition, 12-hour shifts, vacations, technology upgrades and curbing of pollution caused by the extraction.
The final outputs of the FELM project have been published in a final report that includes a regulatory, quantitative and qualitative analysis of third-country companies and workers’ access, trends and characteristics in the European construction market. The report served as the basis for EFBWW and FIEC, the social partners in the European construction industry, to…
The EESPN team launch of the new EESPN with interconnected activities, events and publications linked to each BB country.
In this policy brief, the team explores challenges and barriers persons with disabilities face to full social inclusion and propose policy options to address them through investment in and better access to (vocational) education, public funding of personal assistance, and improved data collection for evidence-based policy making.
This report summarises insights gained during the policy review and aims at further sharing these with a wider audience.
The team presents the results of the InCARE survey on attitudes, experiences and expectations on long-term care (LTC) for selected Balkan countries.
Our Senior Advisor, Alexandre Sidorenko, contributed two chapters of the book ‘The United Nations Madrid International Plan of Action on Ageing (MIPAA)’.