The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Republic of Moldova and the European Centre organised an online Peer review on “The design of the social assistance benefit in Moldova: Improving targeting and supporting employment”, on 6-7 September 2022.
What has changed? What needs to be changed? The second BBinar took place online on 22 February 2022. Ca. 40 participants from Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Moldova, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, etc. gathered to discuss the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on social care provision for older people, persons with disabilities and other groups with support needs in…
The latest news on the POW-BRIDGE project can be found in its third and final Newsletter.
The POW-BRIDGE project had its final Steering Group Meeting, on 9 December 2021. The project coordinators of all seven partner organizations came together to discuss lessons learned, best practices and ideas for future collaboration. In the POW-BRIDGE project coordinated by the European Centre, the partners delivered 8 case study reports, 8 policy briefs, 8 video…
The POW-BRIDGE team produced video podcasts in the form of practical guides for posting companies in the eight project countries.
The POW-BRIDGE consortium invites to attend the project’s Final Conference, taking place on 9th November on ZOOM.
The POW-BRIDGE consortium is pleased to invite you to attend the project’s Final Conference.
In this first InCARE newsletter, the team gathered a series of short articles illustrating the many developments since the project was kicked-off in November 2020.
POW-BRIDGE Mutual Learning Lab 2 (MLL2): Solutions to main challenges in the implementation of posting of workers rules The Second Mutual Learning Lab (MLL2) of the POW-BRIDGE project took place on 26 May 2021. The aim of MLL2 was to follow up on the results from the first Mutual Learning Lab (MLL1) and to identify…
In the frame of the POW-BRIDGE, we have conducted eight case studies and published eight country reports on Austria, Hungary, Italy, North Macedonia, Poland, Serbia, Slovakia, and Slovenia. The country reports present how the Posting of Workers Directive interplay with national rules and regulations on social security, health insurance, temporary agency work, and company law….