The aim of this policy brief is to take stock of how children with disabilities are covered in EU social policies, and to launch a broader reflection on how to deepen the interaction between disability and age in policy making.
These are short briefs, reflecting on key topics of importance to COFACE (challenges and opportunities) set in an EU context.
POLICY BRIEF. Early childhood education and care: A tool for child education, reconciliation of work and family life, and a caring and inclusive economy
This policy brief examines early childhood education and care at the intersection of childhood, work-life balance and economics, acknowledging the impact of COVID-19 on families, underlining why it is key to invest in inclusive, affordable, accessible, and quality ECEC (the four elements must be there) and describes the socio-economic benefits of ECEC.
In October 2020, the German Presidency of the EU chaired an EPSCO Council meeting which included a debate on equal participation of women and men in the labour market.
As a result of the conference, we produced a series of short briefs summarising some of the emerging trends and challenges. This brief focuses on connected children.
As a result of the conference, we produced a series of short briefings summarising some of the emerging trends and challenges. This briefing focuses on Smart Work.