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Social protection developments in Bulgaria, Slovenia, Slovakia and Italy


Four new Flash Reports prepared by the European Social policy Network (ESPN) are now available and provide information on deinstitutionalisation of children in Bulgaria, a new National Housing Programme in Slovenia, the national Helpline for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence in Slovakia and reforms in Italian labour market policies.
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Reducing the number of children in institutions and placing them in alternative communtiy-based care is at a critical stage in Bulgaria, as EU-funded projects are coming to an end this year and it is not clear how the investment will be sustained. There are also serious delays in regulating integrated services and agreeing on a financial standard (state subsidy) for foster care services. The development of quality standards and the allocation of funds through grants by the state should be sped up. Go to Flash Report on Bulgaria.

Renting at market prices is expensive in Slovenia and social housing is in short supply. The Draft National Housing Programme 2015-2025 projects a new rental policy and an increase in the housing stock aimed at the most vulnerable population groups. The expected positive consequences of the new regulation include: easier access for young people and young families to their first home, construction of young people’s housing communities, higher availability of adequate housing for the elderly and additional housing units for the most socially excluded. Go to Flash Report on Slovenia.

In order to tackle violence against women in Slovakia, the National Helpline for Women Experiencing Domestic Violence started operating in 2015. It offers counselling and emergency help free of charge to women. The helpline covers all forms of violence, on a permanent basis. Go to Flash Report on Slovakia.

In order to address several challenges in the field of employment policies, Italy adopted a “Jobs Act” in December 2014. This law will result in substantial reforms in Italian labour market policies. In 2015, the EU Council of Ministers endorsed a Country Specific Recommendation encouraging the Italian government to adopt the remaining legislative decrees in order to fully implement this Act. Go to Flash Report on Italy.

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