The ESN workshop on education, employment and social services for vulnerable young adults brought together 30 participants from 15 countries in The Hague on 4-5 June 2015.

In the response to the public consolidation ESN members stress individualised support, co-production and cooperation between employment and social services and other actors as key to support people excluded from the labour market.

The European Social Network (ESN) announces the first of its workshops which will take place during its 23rd European Social Services Conference in Lisbon on the 6-8 July.

ESN has been working closely with its members and stakeholders to promote the social investment approach throughout the life cycle, with special attention to securing better outcomes for children and young people.

For the past five years, the European Social Network (ESN) has been supporting its members in Romania in organising a national conference of social services by...

The European Commission hosted a conference with over 370 practitioners, experts and politicians on EU Member States’ implementation plans for the Council Recommendation on establishing a Youth Guarantee.

The Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs Council (EPSCO) met on 10th of March to discuss the 2014 European Semester guidance for employment and social policies and the debate on the mid-term review of the Europe 2020 strategy.

Delegates from local authorities responsible for youth work and policies and national youth associations met at the InterCITY conference in Helsinki in December

The 20th annual conference of Children in Scotland took place on the 5-6 November in cooperation with Renfrewshire Council, a recent ESN member. The conference took place at a time when the Scottish Children and Young People's Bill was being discussed by the Parliament.

Leadership and innovation are essential to advance education and respond to modern social and economic challenges. European policy makers met in Vilnius to share ideas on how to promote investment in education leaders.


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