'Work and welfare in Europe: new compromises or ongoing demise?', Brussels, Belgium
An event entitled 'Work and welfare in Europe: new compromises or ongoing demise?' will be held from 15 to 17 June 2011 in Brussels, Belgium.
The event will focusing on the analysis of the relationships between work and welfare. The programme will centre on four main areas:
- 'implementing activation': discussing the main social, economic and political consequences of various activation policies;
- 'transforming social protection': covering the content, politics and consequences of the social policy changes aimed at reconciling work and welfare;
- 'more jobs, better jobs?': discussing and assessing the capacity of various countries and reforms to combine more jobs with a sustained or even improved quality in these jobs; including various welfare dimensions such as combining work and family lives.
- 'can Europe help?': covering the impact of the EU in supporting national countries in their attempt at reconciling work and welfare, as well as the prospect for the EU of becoming more social.
The conference will mark the wrap-up of the 'Reconciling Work and Welfare in Europe' (Recwowe) project, a network of excellence financed by the European Commission under the Sixth Research Framework Programme.
For further information, please visit: http://recwowe.vitamib.com/webevents/recwowe-final-conference
Data Source Provider: 'Reconciling Work and Welfare in Europe' (Recwowe) project
Document Reference: Based on an event announcement
Subject Index: Economic Aspects; Policies; Social Aspects