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For social services working with vulnerable populations, ethical issues are often present in practice. The Covid-19 pandemic has only added to these uncertainties.
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Is it possible to get value for money when investing in community care? That was the question discussed at the “Economics of Community Care’ plenary session of the European Social Services
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The Covid-19 pandemic has been a stress test of enormous proportions for the social services workforce. With the national spotlight on them, the challenges of coping with an increased workload
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With millions of people worldwide thrust into poverty due to the coronavirus pandemic, public authorities have needed to act fast to implement solutions that quickly target regions or groups of
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Safeguarding, Self-help and Community Support, and the integration of benefits and social services are crucial elements in making community care work for people in need.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has explained the need for governments to become responsive: “Governments need to find innovative solutions to respond to fast-changing needs with limited
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For a successful approach to the wellbeing of all children, and especially for those in need, it is crucial to look at the challenges in their life from the perspective
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With experience in the implementation of social support programmes in more than 20 countries, ESN partner, Edenred, tells us about the use of social vouchers for the implementation of welfare support
Christiaan van Veen is the Director of the Digital Welfare States and Human Rights Project at the Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, which is based at New York
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We are living in extraordinary times. Health and Social Services have been at the frontline of the Covid-19 pandemic.