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.
Alfonso Lara Montero, ESN Chief Executive, outlines the vision for our work in 2019.
Connecting the local practices of social services to the global sustainable development agenda is key to reach targets.
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.
Greater service coordination is supporting outreach to vulnerable families and their access to childcare
Our members showcase their practices and discuss effective strategies at our working group meeting.
Following the successful conclusion of our Inclusive Activation Seminar in Vienna, we reflect on recent European level developments on integrating the long-term unemployed (LTU) into the labour market.
In Armenia we presented how innovation, evidence-based practice and data analytics in social services are driving more sustainable social welfare systems.
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
We report on the key social issues and policy recommendations of social services in 24 countries in our latest report.
The European Social Network’s (ESN) Working Group on the Implementation of Sustainable Development Goal (SDGs) met in Brussels on 1-2 October to discuss the role of social services in eradicating poverty (SDG1).
The role of social services in implementing the Sustainable Development Goals.
The European Commission study on Long-Term-Care (LTC) highlights the common trends in Europe such as the shift from residential to homecare services, financial issues and the expansion of informal care.
Social services supporting people furthest from the labour market will meet in Vienna to discuss effective and holistic pathways to inclusion.
Make the social inclusion of people with disabilities a reality through a continuum of legislation, policy, and practice.
We are launching a call for experts to provide guidance to our working group on Integrated Care and Support. Send your application if you have the required expertise.