The European Centre team will support UNICEF Croatia in drafting the Situation Analysis of children and adolescents in Croatia. The Situation Analysis examines the degree of realization of children’s rights, investigates the unequal realization of rights across different areas/dimensions and identifies the drivers of unequal realization (UNICEF, 2019). The scope of the Situation Analysis is to underline ‘child development’-related problems as well as progress and ways to overcome these problems and sustain progress.
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…
The findings of the Con3Post project indicated that immigration of third country national (TCN) workers is driven largely by economic discrepancies and wage disparities between the third countries and EU countries.
The project builds on the need for mutual learning between countries of the Bridging (BB) Function. The European Centre offers Peer Reviews and Training dedicated to specific topics in social welfare.
The Feasibility Study will provide a comprehensive analysis of the current child protection policies in Albania, Armenia, Belarus, North Macedonia and Ukraine and will evaluate to what extent a new SOS Children’s Villages Worldwide regional programme will contribute to the fulfilment of human rights of children in the Western Balkans and Eastern Europe.
In this new Policy brief, the authors present language barriers faced by posted workers in nine European Union countries.
At the beginning of April 2020, when we all have got convinced that the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to disrupt even more the environments in which social service users and social care beneficiaries live, and to have several negative consequences for their well-being and protection, the need for united activities of all social actors became imperative.