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ESN Newsletter
  March 2018
 
 
 

 
 
Strengthening membership, fostering partnership – Moving forward
 
The European Social Network (ESN) is adapting to a changing social services landscape by developing its membership structure in a way that takes account of the diversity of stakeholders involved in social affairs, whilst maintaining its core membership of public social service managers, funders, providers and evaluators.
 
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No child left behind - Supporting the most vulnerable children

 
Social services have a duty to support unaccompanied asylum-seeking minors.
 
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Making the most of EU Funds: Consultations start on the Multiannual Financial Framework

 
European Social Network members advise more can be done to promote inclusion.
 
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European Social Services Conference 2018
 
 
Headline speakers join forces for the pre-conference webinar
 
Register now for the webinar which will include ESN chief executive, Alfonso Lara Montero; John Bolton, visiting professor at the Institute of Public Care; and Christian Bodewig from the World Bank, to discuss two of the key themes on the agenda for Seville.
 
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Universal basic income: A new form of social contract – Raf Manji Q&A
 
Christchurch councillor, Raf Manji, gives an excellent insight into Universal Basic Income and its potential impact on society ahead of his keynote speech.
 
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Latest European News
 
Reviewing Europe’s social and economic situation in 2018: Key issues for social services
 
The European Social Network (ESN) presents its initial analysis of the European Commission’s country reports which outline the economic and social situation in the Member States.
 
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Looking Forward: The future of social services workforce training in Europe
 
A new approach is needed to tackle the recruitment crisis in the sector, European Social Network chief executive tells conference.
 
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Protecting the rights of EU citizens working abroad: Plans for European Labour Authority announced
 
New European agency aims to foster fair labour market mobility across the EU with social services sector to benefit from increased protection at EU level.
 
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Deinstitutionalisation to be a key priority of Bulgarian EU presidency  
   
With the Bulgarian presidency continuing to emphasise the importance of a social Europe and the European Pillar of Social Rights, Deinstitutionalisation of child care systems will be a key focus area of their presidency.  
   
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NEW - European Social Network's Annual Review 2017
 
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Towards more independent lives for people with disabilities: Reflections from social services across Europe
 
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Promoting the social inclusion of migrant children and young people: The duty of social serivces
 
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The role of social services in supporting migrant children and young people
 
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