On 18-19 April, ESN welcomed 100 ESN members and invited guests from across 19 countries to Helsinki, Finland, to participate in ESN’s Spring Seminar 2013. Here are some of the presentations from the seminar.
On 18-19 April, ESN welcomed 100 ESN members and invited guests from across 19 countries to Helsinki, Finland, to participate in ESN’s Spring Seminar 2013.
ESN joins over 40 partners in the Joint Action on Mental Health and Well-Being.
UNICEF’s Office of Research is launching today the Innocenti Report Card 11 which presents a comparative overview of child wellbeing in developed countries.
This major congress which took place in Angers, France, on 26-27 March celebrated and reflected on 30 years of decentralisation of social welfare in France.
ESN’s John Halloran spoke at a series of roundtable discussions in Australia about some of the challenges faced by social services in Europe.
2012 has been a successful and active year which helped strengthen our growing and diverse network. It was nevertheless a challenging year for many colleagues...
PICUM, the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants, held an international conference in Brussels to consolidate its work on undocumented children...
The European Social Network is one of the stakeholders participating in the Stakeholder Advisory Board of ROAMER, a three-year project funded by the European Commission under the Seventh Framework Programme to create a coordinated roadmap for the promotion and integration of mental health and wellbeing research across Europe.
The European Commission sees welfare states as having three functions: social investment, social protection and stabilisation of the economy.
The European Commission has designated 2013 as the European Year of Citizens under the slogan 'It’s about Europe, it’s about you: Join the debate'.
Since the implementation of austerity measures in Greece, 93% of households have registered a significant reduction in household income, 40% of households have at least one unemployed family member and many more struggle to pay their bills.
ESN Vice Chair Christian Fillet and Chief Executive John Halloran recently spent three days in Athens meeting with representatives of central and local government...
ESN took part in a conference organised by the European Commission on exploiting the employment potential of personal and household services (PHS) on 30-31 January, in Brussels. According to the European Commission...
Nearly all Member States are experiencing high levels of unemployment and economic inactivity amongst young people and an increasing number of young people with health problems...
ESN started the New Year with the launch of a new website www.esn-eu.org. Our aim was to improve visitors' journey by offering a more user-friendly navigation tool, with easier access to information and essential resources.
It is not often that a paper written in a national context is broad enough to be valuable for all those thinking about the future of the social welfare system across Europe, including in the EU context.