[Collection] Welfare, Social Protection for atypical workers


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Image of: A presentation by Annalisa Murgia University of Trento Department of Sociology and Social Research on Sliding doors and other access barriers to social protection

A presentation by Annalisa Murgia University of Trento Department of Sociology and Social Research on Sliding doors and other access barriers to social protection
(murgia-BXL-23.02.2015.pdf - 411.13 Kb)

Conferred during CAE’s seminar on access to social protection for citizens with irregular work-income (in collaboration with Smart, Brussels, February 2015), Murgia’s presentation introduces statistics and concepts to discuss access barriers to social protection.

Image of: A presentation by Pascale Vielle (Uclouvain) on Sustainable and inclusive quality of work over the life course

A presentation by Pascale Vielle (Uclouvain) on Sustainable and inclusive quality of work over the life course
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By opposing the classical and a renewed conception of social protection, Vielle exams the role of social systems in accompanying men and women careers and covering risks over their life.

Image of: A presentation by Joel Dullroy on freelances’ concerns

A presentation by Joel Dullroy on freelances’ concerns
(social-security-for-freelancers-joel.pdf - 806.83 Kb)

Joel Dullroy, author of “Freelancers’ Movement”, discusses Freelancers’ concerns and recurring problems in regards to social security.

Image of: A presentation by Sarah de Heusch Ribassin (SMartbe) on access to social protection against health related risks (ongoing study)-socialprotection_2015feb

A presentation by Sarah de Heusch Ribassin (SMartbe) on access to social protection against health related risks (ongoing study)-socialprotection_2015feb
(SmartBe_SaraDeHeuschRibassin_study-socialprotection-Healthrelatedrisks-_2015feb.pdf - 442.76 Kb)

Sarah de Heusch, Project Officer at Smart, a Social enterprise that supports creative professionals entrepreneurship, presents Smart’s ongoing study on access to social protection against health related risks for autonomous creative professionals.


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