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Social Services Europe report on Recruitment and Retention available in 5 additional languages


Social Services Europe today launched  their recent report “Recruitment and Retention in Social Services: Unlocking the Sector’s Job Creation Potential” in 5 additional languages.

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Offical launch of new website for Social Employers


The Federation of European Social Employers have officially launched their new website today.

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EASPD Strategy 2018 – 2021 “Commit!” now available in 7 languages


The new EASPD Strategy “Commit! Delivering the Support Services of Tomorrow” is out now in 7 different languages

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Growth is back. Social inclusion will make it sustainable!


The continent’s economy seems to be back on track, but its foundations are shaky and investment into more inclusive economies is needed. Our Investment Policy Advisor, Thomas Bignal, speaks on the importance of additional efforts to ensure that the economic growth is sustainable and inclusive. 

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EASPD Videoflash n°28 is out


In this videoflash, our Secretary General, Luk Zelderloo, explains EASPD’s priorities for April 2018: boosting our strategy “Commit!”, the Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF), but especially the European Pillar of Social Rights.   Important events will take place in Brussels in April regarding the EPSR, where EASPD will highlight the important role of service providers for persons with disabilities in its implementation.


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ROSE Project is looking for partners


The project "R.O.S.E - The Role of Sexual Education in the Youth Work", a training course that aims at providing young workers with skills to support sexual education, is looking for partners.

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FRA publishes three easy-to-read reports on the transition to community living


The EU Agency for Fundamental Rights (FRA) published three reports about the topic “from institutions to community living”. Discussions are under way at the European Union (EU) and national levels about how best to realize this transition.

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Project update: Helping Ourselves Prevent Exploitation (HOPE)


“Helping Ourselves Prevent Exploitation” (HOPE), an EU funded project on raising awareness and prevention of sexual exploitation of children and young women with disabilities, started its second year. In this article you can find some more information on the state of play in Bulgaria. 

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European Social Innovation Competition 2018 is launched


The European Social Innovation Competition 2018 is already launched. Organized in memory of Diogo Vasconcelos, the Competition calls all Europeans to come up with solutions to the problems affecting our society. This year they are looking for initiatives that use new technologies to improve the quality of life, especially for young people. The 3 best initiatives will receive a prize of 50,000€.

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ISA Project is looking for good practices in the field of inclusion through arts and culture


The Inclusion in Society by Arts (ISA) project is looking for models of success in disability awareness through the prism of art and culture (theatre, cinema, advertising...). The selected examples will become part of a guide of good practices, which aims at studying how culture professionals are taking up the theme of disability to raise awareness among the general public in Europe and how the cultural and artistic world respects the rights of people with disabilities.  

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