Social rights in
Europe are protected by an international treaty - the
European Social Charter, as well as many
laws in each country. However, legal instruments are not always
sufficient to ensure full access to social rights by European
citizens. These rights become more accessible to a wide range of
people, if they are also actively promoted and supported by sound
public policies and involvement of the civil society.
social cohesion - Improving the situation of low-income workers -
Empowerment of people experiencing extreme poverty" is available.
contains examples of best practice of how to meet the challenges of
the social consequences of the financial and economic crisis.
Work is underway on
child- and family-friendly social services thus complementing
activities carried out on child-friendly justice and child-friendly
A programme on the
elderly started with the aim of developping strategic policy
measures for their well-being and the respect of their rights,
integrity, autonomy and dignity.
social cohesion - Improving the situation of low-income workers.
Empowerment of people experiencing extreme poverty (2010)
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