In the framework of the EUROSHIP project, TÁRKI hosted a meeting with the participation of the National Stakeholder Committee, consisting of nongovernmental organizations whose activities focus on providing help to vulnerable social groups. The meeting took place at the TÁRKI office on September 2, 2020, with participants including Kinga Joó from the National Association of Large Families in Hungary (Nagycsaládosok Országos Egyesülete), Ákos Pordán from the Hand in Hand Foundation
The Euroship project launched in February 2020 seeking to examine social protection systems, close gaps in social citizenship, and provide new tools to foster social resilience. The project’s ideals are built upon foundations of collaboration and user engagement. With this in mind the University of Sussex Digit centre research team, hosted their first national stakeholder committee meeting in July. In the midst of the pandemic this virtual meeting provided an opportunity for the committee to
On 23 May Wuhan University Institute for Human Rights Studies, China, hosted the webinar on the Rights Protection of Vulnerable Groups in the Pandemic, as a part of the Global Epidemic Prevention & Control and Human Rights Protection Conference Series. Rune Halvorsen from OsloMet gave the keynote talk Social Consequences of the Covid-19 Pandemic in Europe – How to Reduce Risk of Poverty and Social Exclusion.
We have produced two new videos. In the first video, Birgit Pfau-Effinger (University of Hamburg), Marga Leon (Autonomous University of Barcelona), Philippe Seidel Leroy (AGE Platform Europe), Mathias Maucher (EAPN) and Pascual Martinez (COFACE) talk about some of the issues the EUROSHIP project will address. In the second