1st Peer Review

BB Peer Reviews: Integrated policy approach applied in Kosovo for vulnerable groups of society

On 21-22 June 2022, the European Centre organised and facilitated the peer review “The integrated policy approach applied for vulnerable groups of society with the Active Inclusion Integration Platform (AIIP) of the Republic of Kosovo”.  Beside the Republic of Kosovo that acted as a host country, 4 peer country delegations from Albania, Armenia, Moldova and North Macedonia took an active part and shared their experiences about ongoing reforms linked to integrated case management to support vulnerable groups. Delegations consisted of representatives of the relevant Ministries, Employment Agencies, as well as Centres for Social Work, which contributed to a fruitful and constructive discussion about common challenges and promising policy solutions, with additional contributions from some key international experts.

This was the first peer review, under the project “Bridge Building Peer Reviews and Trainings: Mutual Learning Activities in BB countries”, financed by the Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection. There will be 3 more mutual learning events taking place in the coming months on different aspects of social policies in the Western Balkans and Eastern Partnership countries.

Kosovo Peer Review Snapshots

Kosovo’s initial situation

BB Peer Review – snapshot 1

The Kosovo Ministry of Finance, Labour and Transfers hosted a BB Peer Review on the integrated policy approach for vulnerable groups.

Case management intervention

BB Peer Review – snapshot 2

The European Centre in cooperation with the UNDP explained the Integrated Case Management Method.

AIIP introduction

BB Peer Review – snapshot 3

Kosovo informed on their updated Active Inclusion Integration Platform (AIIP).

BB Peer Review

BB Peer Review – snapshot 4

Representatives from ministries, public authorities & stakeholders from the peer countries discussed integrated case management for vulnerable groups.

Similar Posts