In June and July 2021, the EUROSHIP project released the results of its latest round of research into social rights and citizenship in the EU in a series of four working papers.
The four papers, authored by project partners from the TÁRKI Social Research Institute (Hungary), the University of Tallinn (Estonia), the University of Milan (Italy) and the Autonomous University of Barcelona (Spain) respectively, cover a range of issues:
- Diversity and change in citizenship: Mapping poverty in Europe
- Social citizenship for young labour market entrants: Cross-country comparison of institutional settings
- The institutional logics of minimum income schemes in seven European countries
- Fostering work-life balance for precarious workers: Culture and social protection systems in comparative perspective
EUROSHIP aims to provide new knowledge about the effectiveness of social protection policies targeted at reducing poverty and social exclusion in Europe. The findings of these working papers will be used to help develop policy recommendations on how to strengthen social citizenship at the national and EU level.