Report DC-EU-1.1 [*] DEEEP-REPORT-2014-072

European Social Watch Report 2010: Time for action: Responding to poverty, social exclusion and inequality in Europe and beyond

European Social Watch with S. Stocker (eds) ; L. Vogiazides (both for Eurostep) ; T. Rondinella (for Lunaria) and F. Corsi (for Ucodep)

European Social Watch with Eurostep, Lunaria and Ucodep

Abstract: This edition of the European Social Watch report examines social exclusion in Europe from different angles, including employment, healthcare, housing and financial exclusion. It also analyses the reality for groups of people that are particularly vulnerable to poverty and social exclusion, such as migrants and the Roma. Special attention is given to the gender dimension of poverty, as well as the age dimension; the report finds that young people and the elderly are especially vulnerable to social exclusion. The Thematic Reports cover the different aspects of social exclusion, while the National Reports give an account of poverty and social exclusion from the perspective of different European countries. The part on Measuring Social Exclusion focuses on education, living conditions and social participation. Each report makes specific recommendations as to the measures needed to address social exclusion.

Keyword(s): EU ; Europe ; Inequality ; Poverty Response ; Social Exclusion ; Social Watch Report

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