Social Protection for Citizens with Irregular Work-Income
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This reflection paper questions if individuals in Europe who are in atypical forms of employment have full access to social protection. To achieve this, CAE compared data from different countries (and therefore different social protection models), in order to identify both what social protection mechanisms are most adapted to atypical employment situations and which specific areas of social protection still […]
CAE REFLECTION PAPER ON RIGHTS. REPORT ON SURVEY 2016.02
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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.
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.
A presentation by Joel Dullroy on freelances’ concerns
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Joel Dullroy, author of “Freelancers’ Movement”, discusses Freelancers’ concerns and recurring problems in regards to social security.
A presentation by Sarah de Heusch Ribassin (SMartbe) on access to social protection against health related risks (ongoing study)-socialprotection_2015feb
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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.