Best Practices of Interaction between Welfare and Labour Offices (UKR)


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Over the past fifteen years the social assistance systems of developed countries have experienced substantial changes. Although such changes vary from country to country, a number of common trends are observed, such as the introduction of stricter employment-related conditions for social assistance beneficiaries, segmentation of services according to the categories of recipients, involvement of other organizations to providing services to the unemployed, and merging different organizations providing unemployment benefits and social assistance into ‘one-stop cetners’. The report presents the experience of interaction between employment and welfare offices in Denmark, Great Britain, the Netherlands and Sweden, as well as analyzes practices that might be worth borrowing.

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  • Research
  • Publications
  • Social Protection

  • Kenza Dimechkie
January 6, 2011