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Public Debates at National level

by pmaury last modified 01-03-2011 08:49

Public Debates at National level consist of presentations of ongoing research work and presentations from a policy-maker in order to develop a mutual understanding and dialogue. They are linked to the Publication, Dissemination and Dialogue Centre activities.


Public debate N6: Nürnberg, Germany

Is Unemployment insurance still timely? Developments of Securing the risk of Unemployment in Europe

organised by RECWOWE, the Institute of Labour and Economy, University Bremen and the Institute for Employment Research in Nürnberg.




Public debate N5: Budapest, 18th March 2010

Child bearing and work-family balance in Hungary and Europe

organised by the Institute of Sociology, Hungarian Academy of Science (P27-HAS)




Public debate N4: Stockholm, February 5th 2010

Tensions at the Interface of Work and Well-Being in Europe

A conference co-organised by the Institute for Future STudies (Stockholm) and RECWOWE



Public Debate N3 : Ljubljana, 13th February 2009

Policy Innovations at national and company level that promote work Family Balance

organised by University of Ljubljana, Slovenia (P24 - UL-FDV)



Public Debate N2: Brussels, 5th February 2009

Reforming social protection systems: new risks, new policies?

organised by the Observatoire Social Européen (P11-OSE) in collaboration with the Belgian National Work Council.




Public Debate N1 : Oviedo, November 2007

Employment and welfare in a national context

organised by the University of Oviedo (P07)







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