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The future of social Europe

Maurizio Ferrera

The future of social Europe

recasting work and welfare in the new economy

by Maurizio Ferrera

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Published by Celta Editora in Oeiras .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMaurizio Ferrera, Anton Hemerijck and Martin Rhodes.
ContributionsHemerijck, Anton., Rhodes, Martin., Portugal. Ministèrio do Trabalho e da Solidariedade.
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii,132p.
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21799395M
ISBN 109727740677
OCLC/WorldCa155702270

The Social Life of Books encourages us to imagine a world where people use and value books for a variety of reasons: to build a sense of morality, to be in a social setting, to become a new identity through fiction, to better themselves, and to develop young by: 6. Social work in Europe began in the 20th century in many countries. Historical backgrounds, social policy trends, pedagogical and disciplinary relationships, and politics all have implications for the way in which social work training has been established in different countries and for the specific manner in which the role of social work has been interpreted.

White paper on the future of Europe The debate on the future of Europe starts with the white paper and ends with the European Parliament elections in The white paper is the European Commission's contribution to the 25 March Rome Summit, where EU leaders will discuss the achievements of the past 60 years and the future of the Union of core of the achievements of what we call in Europe social market economies. As part of this, the EU social policy plays a particular role in shaping the social dimension of Europe. But going beyond the EU social policy, there are two key conditions for Europe to further improve its social dimension.

Brussels can use social media to ensure its message is heard across Europe, writes Julian Lang Winners and judges for Future of Europe Project The student winners and the team of experts that. Europe is at a crossroads and needs to decide how it wants to tackle the challenges of today. These five scenarios offer a glimpse into the potential future state of the Union, depending on the choices Europe will make. The debate on the future of Europe starts with the white paper and ends with the European Parliament elections in


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