By gathering key experts in these domains, the EuSocialCit Winter & Summer Schools will offer participants an opportunity to deepen their knowledge on European social rights and related policies, including an up-to-date account of the development of the EU social agenda. The participants will also present their own research and receive comments from experts in their field of study.
In October 2022, the University of Milan organized a Winter School titled Social Europe after the pandemic: rights and policies. For more information, please click here.
In June 2023, the University of Amsterdam will organize a Summer School What Future for Social Europe? that will focus on the role of the EU in fostering fair labour markets and gender equality, including issues like work-life balance, minimum wages, health and safety at work, and atypical and new forms of employment (including platform work and telework/remote working). For more information, programme and to register, please click here.
In September 2023, the Warsaw School of Economics will organize a Summer School with a focus on quantitative methodologies for the analysis of social developments and social policy. This Summer School will offer the participants the opportunity to deepen their methodological knowledge and skills and to engage with the latest research on social developments and social policies, including life course research, generational economy and gender equality.