The outcomes of reforms in Austria, together with expertises for other European countries, were used as input for policy discussions in Switzerland on the growing number of young persons claiming disability pensions.
The network provided a space for learning about partnership in order to assist Managing Authorities, Intermediate Bodies and wider stakeholders across the European Structural and Investment Funds in improving their partnership practice.
This study aimed at identifying thematic key areas to be covered by benchmarking processes during the next upward policy convergence to strengthen the social dimension of the EU. It suggested potential benchmarking indicators and discussed their pros and cons.
The European Centre prepared a background paper to be presented at a capacity-building workshop for local stakeholders in Krivogaštani (6-7 June 2016) to advance the development of innovative projects in rural Macedonia.
The project focused on socio-economic inequalities in the ability to actively age (AA) and investigated the links between the unequal distribution of resources needed to lead a fulfilling life and AA achievement in European countries.