Key messages for social services working with unaccompanied migrant children shared in Catalonia event.

Legislation and practice on care for young people is being expanded beyond care plans to better support the transition to adulthood and improve long-term life outcomes.

ESN welcomes the Employment Committee’s vote to increase the European Social Fund Plus (ESF+) with over 27% of the budget earmarked for social inclusion.

The European Social Network (ESN) welcomes the greater prominence given to social issues in the Annual Growth Survey, the first step of the European Semester cycle.

Social services help people furthest from the labour market access and retain employment through coordinated support

Social services across Europe are supporting the inclusion of migrant children and young people and their access to essential services

Social services supporting people furthest from the labour market will meet in Vienna to discuss effective and holistic pathways to inclusion.

The November ‘Monthly data collection on the migration situation in the EU’ has been produced by the European Union Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA). It outlines many human rights concerns.

On 6th of November, the European Social Network (ESN) participated in a conference organised by the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) on the topic of integration of refugees in the labour market.

October saw further progression for The European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) with endorsement from EU Ministers of Employment and Social Affairs

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