The European Social Network (ESN) presents its initial analysis of the European Commission’s country reports which outline the economic and social situation in the Member States.
New European agency aims to foster fair labour market mobility across the EU with social services sector to benefit from increased protection at EU level.
European Social Network members advise more can be done to promote inclusion.
The first tranche of workshops for the 26th European Social Services Conference in Seville have been unveiled.
The European Social Network (ESN) publishes it’s annual ‘Year-in-Review’ publication for 2017, highlighting our activities and achievements over the past 12 months. Chief Executive Alfonso Lara Montero introduces this report.
Latest toolkit draws on policy frameworks and innovative practices to provide guidance for social services when supporting people with disabilities.
Figures published by European Asylum Support Office show a 43% decrease in asylum applications in 2017 compared with 2016. Despite this, the EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (EUFRA) highlights that key issues still need addressing.
‘Increasing the knowledge base on demographic change’ conference organised by the Joint Programme Initiative More Years Better Lives (JPI MYBL) seeks to meet the challenges of ageing societies.
The European Social Network (ESN) emphasised the important role of social services in forthcoming EU policy on early childhood education and care during a meeting with the European Commission.
Social inclusion and transition to adulthood are at the core of a report developed within ESN’s work on migration in 2017.
New reports take stock of efforts towards inclusive education and provision of early childhood education and care services.
Over 100 people attended a promotional event for the 26th European Social Services Conference, held on 12 January in Seville in cooperation with the Ministry of Equality and Social Policies of Andalusia.
The stage is set for the 2018 European Social Services Conference
In 2018 the conference will be held in Seville, Spain, and we would like more service users to be involved and share their stories and ideas in the same way BTTC did in Malta in 2017.
Alfonso Lara Montero looks to the future and outlines his key priorities as ESN’s new CEO for the upcoming years.
John Halloran, founder of ESN, is stepping down as CEO at the end of the year. As ESN enter a new chapter, John would like to send a message to all of those that have supported ESN's growth and success in the years since its inception and to wish the organisation a bright future.
ESN launches the first of a series of webinars. It will look into evidence-based policy and practice in Europe and US
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.