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Introduction. Social policy. Guide to European Union (EU) employment and social policies. Social policy in the European Union (EU). The European Employment Strategy. The European Social Fund. Minimum standards for all. Pan-European mobility for all. Social inclusion and social protection. Technical back-up. Employment policy. The beginning. Under ECSC. Actions is the 1980s. Towards a more comprehensive policy. Role of the European parliament. News from the European employment observatory. Conclusions.

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The European social model is rooted in values and fundamental rights, which evolved to form a common ground across the Member States, driving concrete policies. A set of policy briefs looks at what the EU is doing to create more and better jobs, ensure social protection and promote equal opportunities for all.
In this writen cours work we will try to show that effective social policy helps individuals to lead a full and fulfilling life and, in so doing, makes economies more responsive to change and new growth opportunities. And bad social policy leaves individuals trapped in poverty, benefit dependency or social exclusion, preventing people from realising their potential and acting as a deadweight on economic development.

Effective social policy helps individuals to lead a full and fulfilling life and, in so doing, makes economies more responsive to change and new growth opportunities. But bad social policy leaves individuals trapped in poverty, benefit dependency or social exclusion, preventing people from realising their potential and acting as a deadweight on economic development.

The role of the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) work on social policy is to identify policies which help individuals achieve their potential and which at the same time make societies and economies work more effectively. Employment-oriented social policies are needed, as getting people employment is often the best way of improving their standard of life.

Social policies affect people at different stages of their lives, covering an array of interdependent issues: child-development and family-friendly policies, employment-oriented social policies and social assistance policies for the working age population, disability policies, and ageing related policies, as for example, pension issues.

The recommendations on policy are based on evidence - from reviewing national practice, but also from developing internationally-comparable data sets. Questions as to 'how much' is spent on social protection are surprisingly difficult to answer. Social Indicators reveal whether trends in society and policy are common across countries, and whether policy interventions are effective or not. ...

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Tinklalapyje paskelbta2006-04-12
DalykasMakroekonomikos kursinis darbas
KategorijaEkonomika >  Makroekonomika
TipasKursiniai darbai
Apimtis21 puslapis 
Literatūros šaltiniai5
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Švietimo institucijaKauno Technologijos Universitetas
FakultetasMechanikos ir mechatronikos fakultetas
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