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Released: EuSocialCit video

EuSocialCit video The future of social Europe: lessons learned and recommendations has been just released! EuSocialCit centers upon the question of how to get to...

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Published: EuSocialCit Policy Brief

EuSocialCit Policy Brief Strenghtening European Social Rights and Social Citizenship EuSocialCit consortium has published a Policy Brief that highlights the main findings of the project and...

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Published: EuSocialCit Flagship Report (2) – The Future of Social Citizenship in the EU

EuSocialCit Flagship Report (2) The Future of Social Citizenship in the EU EuSocialCit Flagship Report The Future of Social Citizenship in the EU, edited by...

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Published: EuSocialCit Flagship Report (1) – The State of European Social Rights and European Social Citizenship in the EU

EuSocialCit Flagship Report (1): The State of European Social Rights and European Social Citizenship in the EU EuSocialCit scholars have published EuSocialCit Flagship Report The State...

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Published: Gender and European Social Rights and Social Citizenship

EuSocialCit Report Gender and European Social Rights and Social Citizenship EuSocialCit scholars - Iga Magda and Agnieszka Chłoń-Domińczak (SGH) have published a report on social...

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Published: working paper on subjective measurements of social rights outcomes

Working paper Listening to the Citizens on the State of Social Rights in Europe EuSocialCit scholars - Brian Burgoon (University of Amsterdam), Marius R. Busemeyer  (University...

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Call for papers: The Future of European Social Citizenship Conference

Call for papers: Future of European Social Citizenship Conference (18 - 19 January, 2024) at the University of Amsterdam The final conference of the Horizon...

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Published: working paper on citizens’ attitudes to the future of European social citizenship

Working paper Citizens’ attitudes, preferences, and demands with regard to the future of European social citizenship EuSocialCit researchers - Marius Busemeyer from the University of Konstanz,...

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EuSocialCit Summer School in Warsaw

EuSocialCit Summer School Access to Social Rights From the Life Course Perspective EUSOCIALCIT Summer School entitled Access To Social Rights From The Life Course Perspective...

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Published: working paper on citizens’ understanding of social citizenship

Working paper How citizens understand European social citizenship: deepening quantitative survey results with focus group analysis. EuSocialCit reserchers - Brian Burgoon, Gianna Eick and David...

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Published: working paper on an analysis of the European Pillar of Social Rights

Working paper: A Resource-Based conception for the analysis of the European Pillar of Social Rights: implication for further developments EuSocialCit scholars from the University of...

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Published: working paper on health and safety at work

Working paper Health and safety at work: achievements, shortcomings, and policy options A team of EuSocialCit scholars, affiliated with UvA (Nuria Ramos Martin), UC3M (Jesús...

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Published: our working paper on housing rights in the EU

Working paper Assessing housing rights in the selected EU countries: revised version EuSocialCit researchers from Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences have just published a revised version...

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EuSocialCit policy symposium

EuSocialCit policy symposium The Future of European Social Rights On June 21, 2023, EuSocialCit partner - CEPS - had the pleasure of hosting the EuSocialCit...

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EuSocialCit Summer School in Amsterdam

EuSocialCit Summer School What Future for Social Europe? Between 6th and 9Th June 2023, the University of Amsterdam organized the EuSocialCit Summer School: What Future...

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Published: Working paper on reaching the targets of the European Pillar of Social Rights Action Plan

Working paper Reaching the European social targets: the need for better-balanced Power Resources Scholars of the Herman Deleeck Centre for Social Policy (CSB) of the...

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Released: EuSocialCit video

First of EuSocialCit video What future for social Europe? has been just released! EuSocialCit centers upon the question of how to get to a more...

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Published: EuSocialCit Policy Brief on Early Childhood Education and Care policies

Policy Brief How can Early Childhood Education and Care policies empower citizens? Recommendations for an effective EU agenda Francesco Corti and Cinzia Alcidi - EuSocialCit...

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Published: Working paper on participation in early childhood education and care

Working paper Understanding participation in early childhood education and care: rights, policies and socio-economic conditions Two EuSocialCit scholars afficiated with CEPS - Cinzia Alcidi and...

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Published: working paper on non-transparent working conditions in the food-delivery sector

Working paper Unpredictable and non-transparent working conditions? Riders in the food-delivery sector in six EU countries EuSocialCit scholars - Laura Scheele, Zhen Im and Janine Leschke,...

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Published: our working paper on food banks and the right to minimum income protection

Working Paper The making of a European Social Union: The case of food banks and the right to minimum income protection Johanna Greiss,  Karen Hermans and Bea...

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Published: our working paper on the Recovery and Resilience Facility

Working paper The Recovery and Resilience Facility as marble cake to strengthen European social citizenship? The case of childcare policies EuSocialCit scholars - Francesco Corti and...

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Published: our working paper on how reference budgets can contribute to the construction of social indicators

Working paper How can reference budgets contribute to the construction of social indicators to assess the adequacy of minimum income and the affordability of necessary...

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Published: our working paper on well-being convergence in the European Union

Working paper Well-being convergence in the European Union EuSocialCit researchers - Koen Decancq and Sakura P. Gamage (University of Antwerp) - have finished a working...

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Published: our working paper on the potential of the work-life balance directive (WLBD) to support a shift to gender equalization

Working Paper Strengthening European social rights via the work-life balance directive? Under the research direction of CBS EUsocialcit professor Caroline de la Porte, a team of...

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Upcoming Event: Workshop ‘The future of work and welfare in the digital economy – new risk of poverty and social exclusion’

On-line workshop 'The future of work and welfare in the digital economy – new risk of poverty and social exclusion' organised by the EUROSHIP, EUSOCIALCIT...

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Is the recognition of emotions in the workplace legitimate? (BLOG)

Is the recognition of emotions in the workplace legitimate? (BLOG) By Ana B. Muñoz Ruiz (UC3M) A few days ago one of the first resolutions...

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Upcoming Event: Seminar ‘The making of a European Social Union: the case of food banks and the right to minimum income protection’

EuSocialCit Seminar The making of a European Social Union: the case of food banks and the right to minimum income protection Since 2014, the Fund...

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EuSocialCit Seminar Series: ‘Going Forward Or Backward? Perspectives on an European Social Citizenship’

EuSocialCit Seminar Going Forward or Backward? Perspectives on an European Social Citizenship What is the future of Social Europe? And what are the implications of...

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The treatment of data in relation to menstrual leave: a clear victory? (BLOG)

The treatment of data in relation to menstrual leave: a clear victory? (BLOG) By Ana B. Muñoz Ruiz (UC3M) Some time ago I discovered the...

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EuSocialCit Winter School in Milan

EuSocialCit Winter School Social Europe after the Pandemic: Rights and Policies. Between 18 and 21 of October 2022, University of Milan organized 1st EuSocialCit Winter...

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Artificial intelligence and the use of algorithms to manage work (BLOG)

Artificial intelligence and the use of algorithms to manage work: the dehumanisation of workers (BLOG) By Ana B. Muñoz Ruiz (UC3M) Some time ago a...

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EuSocialCit Seminar Series: Seminar on housing as a social right

EuSocialCit seminar/workshop Housing as a social right: situation in the EU and Lithuania On 23 of September 2022, the EUSocialCit seminar Housing as a social...

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EuSocialCit Seminar Series: ‘Public Exchange on the EU’s Work-Life Balance Directive’

EuSocialCit Seminar 'Public Exchange on the EU’s work-life balance directive' at Copenhagen Business School Within the framework of EuSocialCit, the Copenhagen Business School (CBS) organized...

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Published: our working paper on employment-related social citizenship and its resource-based underpinnings

Working Paper Employment-related Social Citizenship and Its Resource-based Underpinnings: An Assessment of Country-year Data EuSocialCit researcher Brian Burgoon has published a working paper entitled Employment-related Social...

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Published: our working paper on childcare services

Working paper Empowering children: childcare services in a rights-based comparative perspective. EuSocialCit researchers - Leonie Westhoff (CEPS), Francesco Corti (CEPS, UNIMI), Izabela Grabowska (SGH), Cinzia...

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Assessing housing rights in the EU countries (BLOG)

Assessing housing rights in the EU countries Affordable and adequate housing is important for wellbeing, health as well as financial and family stability. However, such...

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Making EU social funding future-proof: Time to rethink how the social funds are distributed? (BLOG)

Making EU social funding future-proof: Time to rethink how the social funds are distributed? The European Union (EU) intervenes in the field of social policy...

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Published: our working paper on European Pillar of Social Rights

Working Paper Delivering on the European Pillar of Social Rights: Towards a needs-oriented distribution of the social funds? EuSocialCit researchers - Karen Hermans, Johanna Greiss,...

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CEPS Ideas Lab session “Social investment in the EU: policy shift or smoke and mirrors?”

CEPS Ideas Lab Session "Social investment in the EU: policy shift or smoke and mirrors?" On June 1, 2022, the EuSocialCit organized a session on...

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Published: our working paper on EU social investment agenda

Working paper EU social investment agenda: what does it mean for citizens’ social rights? EuSocialCit researchers Cinzia Alcidi (CEPS) and Francesco Corti (University of Milan) just...

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EuSocialCit Seminar Series: ‘Should social investment enjoy a special treatment in the SGP?’

EuSocialCit seminar ‘Should social investment enjoy a special treatment in the SGP?’ In this EuSocialCit online seminar, we discussed and brought together two topical policy...

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Published: our working paper on the role of social investment in the life course

Working paper The role of social investment in the life course: possible reduction in vulnerability and gender gaps EuSocialCit researchers from the Warsaw School of...

D2.4 Potential and limits for social policy in the current EU framework

Published: our working paper on the potential and limits for social policy in the current EU framework

Working paper on the potential and limits for social policy in the current EU framework EuSocialCit member Ane Aranguiz has published Working paper on the...

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Published: our working paper on 35 years of public opinion surveys and European social citizenship

Working paper 35 years of public opinion surveys and European social citizenship: What can we conclude? EuSocialCit members Gianna Eick, Marius Busemeyer and Brian Burgoon have...

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EuSocialCit Seminar Series: Gender and European Social Rights

EuSocialCit Seminar ‘Gender and European social rights: legal perspectives and policy outcomes’ The first seminar of the project’s seminar series took place in a hybrid...

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Could safety in the workplace be a pretext to control workers? (BLOG)

Could safety in the workplace be a pretext to control workers? To date, when companies have installed control devices (cameras, GPS, combined artificial intelligence systems,...

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Should algorithms be regulated? A brief analysis of the German legislative proposal: the risk-based criticality pyramid (BLOG)

Should algorithms be regulated? A brief analysis of the German legislative proposal: the risk-based criticality pyramid (BLOG) It has been said the world of work...

D6.1 Measuring social citizenship

Published: our working paper on social citizenship measurements in social policy outputs, resources and outcomes across EU member states from 1985 to the present

Working paper Measuring social citizenship in social policy outputs, resources and outcomes across EU member states from 1985 to the present EuSocialCit members Gianna Eick,...

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CEPS Ideas Lab session “building of a social safety-net for the post-Covid EU”

CEPS Ideas Lab session "Building a social safety-net for the post-Covid EU" The EuSocialCit project recently organised a session during the 8th edition of the...

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Published: our working paper on changing social investment strategies in the European Union

Working paper Changing social investment strategies in the European Union EuSocialCit members Cinzia Alcidi, Francesco Corti and Mattia Di Salvo, together with former member Sara...

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Health and safety at work in COVID-19 times (BLOG)

Health and safety at work in COVID-19 times (BLOG) The COVID-19 pandemic has led to the adoption of public health emergency measures by many EU...

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Published: our working paper on the nature and rationale for European social rights

Working paper The nature and rationale for European social rights EuSocialCit members Maarten Keune, Maurizio Ferrera, and Francesco Corti, together with former member and current...

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Next Generation EU and child inequality: how can an inclusive recovery be guaranteed? (BLOG)

Next Generation EU and child inequality: how can an inclusive recovery be guaranteed? (BLOG) The economic recession caused by Covid-19 has revealed the fragility of...

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The skill challenges posed by Covid-19: is Europe ready to invest in its labour force? (BLOG)

The skill challenges posed by Covid-19: is Europe ready to invest in its labour force? (BLOG) The impacts of lockdowns in response to the Covid-19...

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Locked down and out: Effects of Covid-19 on domestic workers in Europe (BLOG)

Locked down and out: Effects of Covid-19 on domestic workers in Europe (BLOG) The Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown in many countries had a...

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Interview with EuSocialCit former principle investigator Prof Frank Vandenbroucke

Interview with Frank Vandenbroucke In an interview by Dr Cinzia Alcidi, Head of the Economic Policy Unit at the Centre for European Policy Studies, Prof Frank...

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EuSocialCit kick-off meeting

EuSocialCit kick-off meeting On March 2-3, 2020, the consortium gathered in Amsterdam for a kick-off meeting to formally start the EuSocialCit project. The meeting included...