Our Executive Director, Kai Leichsenring, was delighted to sign the Memorandum of Understanding with Drin Haraqia, Director General of the Employment Agency of Kosovo. Both parties ensure further cooperation in the region. Read more about the CFS of Kosovo.
The main focus in the field of social development in 2019 focused on the following tasks:
creating a supportive environment for persons with disabilities;
social support for families in difficult circumstances and other categories of population;
creation of conditions for providing a decent old age for the elderly, development of the pension insurance system;
ensuring the protection of children’s rights.
The Austrian Federal Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection enabled the European Centre to extend the BB Peer Reviews and Trainings project in the Bridge Building countries until March 2024.
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.
Agenda for the Bridge Building Summer School on Social Welfare 10 – 14 July 2017, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research (Berggasse 17, 1090 Vienna, Austria) Monday, 10th July 2017 Session type Lecturer/ Facilitators Morning Travel time/Arrival 13.30-14.00 Registration 14.00-15.00 Welcome & Introduction Working session 15.00-15.45 Key societal challenges Input session…
The European Centre hosted with great success the first virtual 2021 Summer School on Evaluation in Social Policies (Bridge Building), on 25-27 August. 13 participants from the ‘Bridge building’ region, like Albania, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Moldova, North Macedonia, as well as Ukraine, and European Centre staff exchanged and enhanced knowledge in commissioning and conducting social policy-oriented monitoring and evaluation projects and programmes. We are looking forward…
Policy Brief: Here, not to stay! The posting of third country nationals to Austria by Danaj et al. This Policy Brief describes the trend of the posting of third-country workers from Bosnia and Herzegovina via Slovenia to Austria and its drivers. It also discusses why workers from Bosnia and Herzegovina agree to be posted via…