This seminar invited ESN members to analyse integrated services practices in a number of social services related areas.
ESN Forum on Applied Evidence in Social Services
Our 23rd European Social Services Conference explored the evidence and experiences in service and sector partnership and what this meant for people’s lives, service efficiency and the impact on social welfare landscape for the future.
We are organising a workshop with ESN members to identify local practices featuring coordinated approaches between education, employment and social services in order to improve young people’s participation in society.
This regional seminar organised by ESN invited participants from the United Kingdom, Sweden, the Netherlands and Finland to discuss practices and exchange knowledge on quality of works and services in personal care and household services.
Our research project on children’s services continues with a third peer review featuring five additional countries: Hungary, Belgium, Italy, Portugal and Romania.
Our seminar provided a platform for knowledge exchange on the social planning process, models and tools for over 80 ESN members, representatives from local and regional authorities across Europe.
The conference brought together over 400 delegates - social services managers and directors, key policy-makers and practitioners, service users, representatives from academia and the private sector - to discuss social investment and the future of a social Europe.
The peer review invited ESN members and key speakers to look at the organisation of children's services in Catalonia in Spain, Scotland in the UK, Germany, Poland and the Netherlands.
The event was a unique opportunity for ESN members to meet and celebrate the network's achievements during the past three years and identify key priorities for our future work together.
ESN members, senior managers and professionals from public social services, health agencies, research and workforce organisations met in Brighton for a one day workshop to identify future priorities for developing services for older people.
How can we reshape services in order to transform the lives of all our citizens? This was the main theme of European Social Services Conference, organised in association with the Irish Presidency of the European Union.
The event provided a wide range of interesting presentations, discussions and workshops which highlighted successful partnerships in social services – local and international, cross-sectoral and cross-disciplinary projects.
This was the first peer review organised as part of our research project on investing in children's services, and brought delegations from Ireland, France, Sweden and Bulgaria to discuss national frameworks and policy proposals.
The seminar welcomed 100 ESN members and invited guests to discuss how social services can promote more choice and control for and alongside people with disabilities over their daily lives.
ESN members and invited guests discussed how to design social and health services in order to assist older people in retaining and regaining independence and inclusion in later life.
Delegates from across Europe discussed how to shape the future for sustainable social services, focusing on key concepts such for managers and directors - quality, performance and innovation.
Welcoming some 100 senior managers, researchers and practitioners, the seminar explored how we can improve outcomes for young people not in employment, education or training, for children leaving public care and early school-leavers.