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work and private life
Work and Private Life - home

The Reconciliation of Work and Private Life (PEOPLE theme #1)


The necessary and increasing access of women into the labor market, the increased number of people in dependent situations due to social and demographic changes challenged by European regions and the growing need for retaining talent force us to implement effective and efficient measures with an immediate impact in the field of reconciliation of work and private life between women and men. That is why PEOPLE project aims to address this issue as a priority, through the Programme's "sub-objective 1": The Reconciliation of Work and Private Life between women and men.
Library Items List
All items.

  1. About time for change - the Work Foundation
  2. Fit for Work - The Work Foundation
  3. Génerourban
  4. Spondyloarthropathy and Work - The Work Foundation
  5. Spot responsabilidad - IAM
  6. Work–life balance in the EU and leave arrangements across welfare regimes - Industrial Relations Journal
  7. 3rd PEOPLE Study Visit
  8. ABOLITION OF THE DEFAULT RETIREMENT AGE - Life Academy
  9. Activistas
  10. Article El País Dec 2010
  11. Attendance management - The Work Foundation
  12. Ayuntamiento Maracena - presentación
  13. Body and soul - The Work Foundation
  14. Boletín de Información y Análisis Jurídico 32 - IAM
  15. Boletín de Información y Análisis Jurídico 33 - IAM
  16. Brochure 2010 Combating poverty
  17. Business and Professional Women’s (BPW) Foundation
  18. Can ‘good work’ keep employees healthy? - The Work Foundation
  19. Case Study - Price Waterhouse Coopers
  20. Case Study - Base Connections
  21. Case Study - Boehringer Ingelheim UK Ltd
  22. Case Study - British Telecom (BT)
  23. Case Study - Camden Council
  24. Case Study - Eli Lilly
  25. Case Study - Farrelly Facilities and Engineering
  26. Case Study - Good Hope Hospital
  27. Case Study - Happy Computers
  28. Case Study - Inland Revenue
  29. Case Study - IXL Laundry Services Group
  30. Case Study - KPMG
  31. Case Study - Lloyds TSB
  32. Case Study - Marks and Spencer
  33. Case Study - Morgan Stanley
  34. Case Study - Nation Wide Building Society
  35. Case Study - Penguin Group UK
  36. Case Study - Unilever
  37. Changing Demographics - The Work Foundation
  38. Débat sur la réforme des retraites en France
  39. Díptico - Flora Tristán
  40. Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs - OECD
  41. dissemination on PEOPLE Project in Parliament Magazine
  42. Diversity Report - The Work Foundation
  43. El derecho a la ciudad - Flora Tristán
  44. El primer impacto de la crisis en la cohesión social en España - Caritas
  45. EU infringement proceedings on gender equality
  46. Factsheet
  47. Fathers and childcare in Europe - University of Nottingham
  48. Federación de Mujeres Progresistas (FMP)
  49. Femipedia
  50. Flexible working time arrangements and gender equality, A comparative review of 30 European countries
  51. Flora Tristán - Presentación
  52. Gender Equality, Employment Policies and the Crisis in EU Member States - EU publication
  53. Guia Rapida CONCILIACIÓN - IAM
  54. Healthy work - Evidence into Action
  55. home
  56. Innovative Recommendations for Subobjective 1 Reconciliation
  57. Irish Work Life Balance website
  58. Jargon Buster - The Work Foundation
  59. La corresponsabilidad en el ámbito familiar - IAM
  60. La Igualdad entre Mujeres y Hombres en las Empresas - Monográfico 1 - Marco Normativo y Político - IAM
  61. La Igualdad entre Mujeres y Hombres en las Empresas - Monográfico 2 - Concepto y Procedimiento de Incorporación - IAM
  62. La Igualdad entre Mujeres y Hombres en las Empresas - Monográfico 3 - El diagnóstico en Materia de Igualdad - IAM
  63. La Igualdad entre Mujeres y Hombres en las Empresas - Monográfico 4 - El Plan de Igualdad - Elaboración - IAM
  64. Leaflet 2010 European Year for Combating Poverty and social Exclusion
  65. LEY 12-2007, de 26 de noviembre, para la promoción de la igualdad de género en Andalucía.
  66. LEY 13-2007, de 26 de noviembre, de medidas de prevención y protección integral contra la violencia de género
  67. Library Items List
  68. Making the Case - The Business Benefits - The Work Foundation
  69. Material de corresponsabilidad para el alumnado - IAM
  70. Material de corresponsabilidad para el profesorado - IAM
  71. Men and Gender Equality - EU publication
  72. Motherhood and childcare
  73. Mujeres y hombres en España 2010 - INE
  74. Mujeres&Cía
  75. People Banner in the Digital Newspaper Andalucía 24 Horas
  76. People Banner in the Parlament Magazine
  77. PEOPLE Best Practice - Andalusian Digital Commitment
  78. PEOPLE Best Practice - Andalusian Telecare
  79. PEOPLE Best Practice - Care to Share
  80. PEOPLE Best Practice - CONTRACTING THE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
  81. PEOPLE Best Practice - CRIMINAL RETURN INTO SOCIETY
  82. PEOPLE Best Practice - DIGITAL AIDED GUIDE FOR FATHERS-TO-BE (DAD)
  83. PEOPLE Best Practice - Everybody Online
  84. PEOPLE Best Practice - GLASADE GÅNGEN RESTAURANT
  85. PEOPLE Best Practice - Hampshire School for Social Entrepreneur
  86. PEOPLE Best Practice - ICMed database
  87. PEOPLE Best Practice - Informatics Without Borders
  88. PEOPLE Best Practice - Korba Project
  89. PEOPLE Best Practice - LA CASA ONLUS FOUNDATION
  90. PEOPLE Best Practice - Neighbourhood Care
  91. PEOPLE Best Practice - Nuenen Network
  92. PEOPLE Best Practice - Plan for Equality in companies
  93. PEOPLE Best Practice - Plus 65 Card
  94. PEOPLE Best Practice - Shape your future
  95. PEOPLE Best Practice - Social Entrepreneurship sustainability
  96. PEOPLE Best Practice - Whole System Demonstrator
  97. PEOPLE Sub-project CIBUS5
  98. PEOPLE Sub-project DIVERSIA
  99. PEOPLE Sub-project HOME04
  100. PEOPLE Sub-project PEPA
  101. PEOPLE Sub-project SHAREIT
  102. PEOPLE Sub-project SILVER ACADEMY
  103. PEOPLE Sub-project TCARES
  104. PLAN DE IGUALDAD - FADAIS
  105. Plan Estrategico para la Igualdad - IAM
  106. Proyección de la Población de España a Corto Plazo 2010–2020 - INE
  107. Reconciliation between work, private and family life in the European Union - EUROSTATS
  108. Revista Conferencia Sevilla
  109. Revista Meridiam 52 - IAM
  110. Revista NUDOS
  111. ShareIT Sub-project PEOPLE - presentation
  112. Skills of women
  113. Spot Paternidad - IAM
  114. Swedish legislation on Alternate Maintenance Support 2010
  115. Swedish legislation on Childcare allowance 2010
  116. Swedish legislation on Extended maintenance Support 2010
  117. Swedish legislation on Maintenance support in the case of alternate residence 2010
  118. Swedish legislation on Parental benefit 2010
  119. Swedish legislation on Pregnancy benefit 2010
  120. Swedish legislation on Temporary parental benefit 2010
  121. Swedish legislation on Temporary parental Benefit 2010 - Care for disabled children
  122. Swedish legislation on Temporary parental benefit 2010 contact days for parents of certain children with a disability
  123. Swedish legislation on Temporary parental Benefit for care of children 2010
  124. Tag Cloud
  125. The Ageing Workforce - The Work Foundation
  126. The Parliament magazine
  127. The price of reconciliation - Part-time work, families and women´s satisfaction - The Economic journal
  128. The Work Foundation
  129. Trade Unions and Work-life Balance - Changing Times in France and the UK - British Journal of Industrial Relations
  130. Transforming work - The Work Foundation
  131. Trastorno mental grave y personas sin hogar - La experiencia en Málaga
  132. UN Women - the United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
  133. Useful links - The Work Foundation
  134. Where´s daddy? - The Work Foundation
  135. Women and men in Sweden - Facts and figures 2010
  136. Women from rural and small towns' areas
  137. Women in the labor market
  138. Women, Business and the Law - The World Bank group
  139. Women´s and men´s enterprises 2009 - Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth
  140. Women’s Rights – some progress, many gaps - Dutch CEDAW Network
  141. Work-family reconciliation, equal opportunities and social policies - Journal of European Public Policy
  142. Work-Life Balance - The Work Foundation
  143. WORK-LIFE BALANCE AND THE ECONOMICS OF WORKPLACE FLEXIBILITY - US publication
  144. Working poor in Europe - Eurofund
  145. Workplace in the home - self-employed parents and their children - Journal of New Technology, Work and Employment
  146. NR3_PeoplePopUp_Conciliazione.pdf
  147. Europe in figures. Eurostat Yearbook 2010
  148. Eurostat Publication about Gender Issues
  149. Gender Indicators in Reconciliation. 3rd Internacional Conference. Seville
  150. Indicators Adopted at EU Level for the follow up of the Beijing Platform for Action
  151. Intervención Elena Valenciano- Ponencia Inaugural 3ª Conferencia Internacional
  152. Library Items List
  153. Members of the EU Network Gender Equality, Social Inclusion, Health and Long-term care (EGGSI)
  154. Pacto local andaluz por la conciliación en Maracena
  155. PEOPLE Buena Práctica - 1Teleasistencia Andalucía
  156. Programa del Taller en Granada
  157. Programa del Taller en Sevilla

Other documents

Eurobarometer special (EB 75.1).pdf
DIVERSIA Final Report


e-health and independence
E-health and Independence - home

E-health and Independence (PEOPLE theme #2)


Technology-supported health and care services can help reduce demands on carers and provide better more effective solutions for health and independence. There are two inter-related markets for technologysupported services that need to be developed in order to provide sustainable health and social care in the future:
Market 1: Telecare, Telehealth, Medicare
- the provision of equipment, systems and services for monitoring general well-being and/or specific medical conditions (e.g. high blood pressure, diabetes, et cetera) for treatment and for dispensing medication, or for control related to these conditions.
Market 2: Assistive Living, Assisted Living (AL)
- specialist equipment and software, including that related to mobility, access, ergonomics and household features designed to assist independent living. Assisted Living equipment can help reduce reliance on social and support services and allow some people to stay out of residential care. It includes infrastructure and system support provision and may encompass residential care and domiciliary care. NOTE: Assisted Living equipment that does not use ICT (e.g. stairlifts etc) would not be covered by this project.
Please find below documents from the TCares project:
  1. TCares Whiteley questionnaire report.pdf
  2. TCares _UK_ synopsis 160511.pdf
  3. TCares (UK) final report.pdf
  4. Sehta Carer AT Training v2.pdf
  5. ICE-T meet the buyers Brighton july 2010.ppt
  6. Pantein TCares pretesting online tool questionnaires.ppt
  7. Presentation Results Dutch Telecare review and Group talks on Needs of users october 2010.ppt
  8. Training Packages 16th june.ppt
  9. Businesscase presented at TCares meeting 16 June 2011.ppt
  10. Tcares Final Report 20 Sept 2011.pdf


Other SO2 related documents:
  1. Report-An International Centre of Excellence in Telecare.pdf


silver economy
The Silver Economy - home
The Silver Economy (PEOPLE theme #3)
Europe's population is ageing, potentially resulting in a decline in total employment, lower prospects for economic growth and a smaller working population supporting a much larger number of elderly people. An immediate priority is to limit redundancy numbers; support people who are made redundant; and re-skill and re-engage as many as possible. A longer term priority is to support future economic growth. It is also important to ensure that these priorities promote equality and diversity for all groups, including men and women, people from different ethnic backgrounds and faiths, disabled people and people with different sexual orientations.
An important aspect of the Silver Economy is that older people are major contributors to their regional and local economies as consumers of products and users of services. Relevant services and products include those which relate to health and dependency; improve quality of life (e.g. travel, leisure, education, social activities) and involve a ‘design-for-all’ approach (e.g. vehicles, ICT hardware and software).
SO3 Final report SO3 Final report.pdf
Documents from the Silver Academy Project:
  1. Silver Academy Flyer final.pdf
  2. SELF EMPLOYMENT FOR OLDER PEOPLE CONFERENCE - 17th March 2011 - Outcome report.pdf - Guildford, UK.
  3. NR2_PeoplePopUp_SilverEconomy.pdf - developed by Venezia Partners
  4. Silver Academy policy recommendations.pdf
  5. 1 Silver Academy Press Release July2011vFina 010911l.pdf



Other SO3 related documents:
  1. Mansion House workshop - outcome note final.pdf - from UK Policy Experts on the 'Getting Business Ready for an Ageing Society' workshop, Feb 2011, Newcastle, UK.
  2. http://www.surrey.ac.uk/mediacentre/press/2011/54446_how_managers_are_coping_with_being_fired_at_50.htm - an interesting press release from the University of Surrey, UK.
  3. Challenges of Małopolska.pdf - white paper prepared by the Malopolska region in Poland titled "Challenges of Malopolska in the Context of an Ageing Population.

Other documents

SILVER ACADEMY Final Report.pdf
SO3 Final report.pdf


social and e-inclusion
Social and E-inclusion - home

Social and e-inclusion (PEOPLE theme #4)


This solution focussed objective is to increase ICT related opportunities and to decrease ICT related threats to social participation and fully-fledged citizenship for everyone, in order to improve the quality of life.
The evidence of proven effectiveness of practices and solutions, according to the insights and experience of the internal and external experts involved, will be the key to the selection of successful bids. Library list.All entries

7 Lessons for Better Networking with Social Media
Anti Social Behaviour - Connecting Communities and Constabulalry
BBC website Virtual revolution
Broadband Initiatives - Enhancing Lives and Transforming Communities
Building an Online Community - Just Add Water
Buurtsite Portal
ChangeEverything
Citizen-inspired e-government for 'thin-skinned' cities
Community Challenge
Community Networks - SANE portal
CommunityCounts
Cultivating Communities of Practice - A Guide to Managing Knowledge
Digital Villages
Digital Villages Research Network
E-Democracy using Animation
Hansard Society - eDemocracy - Exploring the social and political impacts of technology
Inclusion Programme Museum of London - Using Social Media with Excluded Audiences
Incluso project, Social Software for the Social Inclusion of Marginalised Youngsters
Intelligent Community Forum - broadband economy for communities large and small
List of Social Networking Websites
Mashable - The Social Media Guide
Montreal Ile Sans Fil Free Wifi
Network Developments in Support of Innovation and User Needs
Nonprofit Social Network Survey Report
Open Government Dialogue
ParticipateDB
Public Media 2.0 - Dynamic, Engaged Publics
Shortlist for the European Commission's 2008 European e-Inclusion Awards Announced
Social Media Metrics
Social Media Stakeholders - Community Roles
The Internet and Civic Engagement
The State of Online Community 2008
Tijd voor elkaar, ontwikkeling marktplaats voor burenhulp
UN Global E-Government Readiness Report 2005 - From E-Government to E-Inclusion
Using Mobile Phones to Map the Slums of Brazil
VROM Leefbaarometer (in Dutch) Ministry of (Urban) Planning - Liveability Barometer
Zen and the Art of Twitter - 4 Tips for Productive Tweeting

Other documents

../HOME04 Final report.html
SHAREIT/SHAREIT Final report.html


social entrepreneurship
Social Entrepreneurship - home

Social Entrepreneurship (PEOPLE theme #5)


Social Economy is that part of the economy which is neither private nor public, but consists of constituted organisations, with voluntary members and boards of directors or management committees, undertaking activities for local benefit. The Social Economy is often referred to as ‘the third sector’ and can be broken down into three sub-sectors: the community sector, the voluntary sector and the social enterprise sector.

Social Entrepreneurship is the work of a social entrepreneur. A social entrepreneur is someone who recognises a social problem and uses entrepreneurial principles to organise, create, and manage a venture to make social change.

Malopolska Region:
  1. 'Be together' Association of Mutual Assistance.pdf
  2. Defining the Nonprofit Sector - Poland
  3. European Year 2010 against Poverty and Social Exlusion
  4. Evaluation of public interventions
  5. Exploring the diversity of fair trade social enterprises
  6. Map of EU and national social economy institutions and organisations
  7. Mr. Cogito's Guest House
  8. Polish social economy manifesto
  9. Social Economy in Poland - definitions,application,expectations
  10. Social Economy in Poland - past and present
  11. Social economy, non-profit sector - Poland and Europe
  12. Social enterprise and social innovation
  13. Social enterprise in Europe
  14. Social enterprise-a new model for powerty reduction and employment generation
  15. The Polish Model of the Social Economy-Recommendations for Growth
  16. The social economy in Poland
  17. The social economy sector in Poland
  18. The social economy, public procurement and public - social Partnership in Europe
  19. The third sector in Europe
  20. Evaluation of public interventions - regional perspectives
  21. Cafe Hamlet i Centrum Szkoleniowo - Doradcze
  22. Diagnoza pomocy społecznej
  23. Ekonomia połeczna jako kategoria rozwoju
  24. Ekonomia spoleczna - kapitał ludzki
  25. Ekonomia społeczna - nowe szanse
  26. Ekonomia społeczna a rozwój
  27. Ekonomia społeczna i jej wartości konstytutywne
  28. Ekonomia społeczna jako aktor rynku pracy
  29. Ekonomia społeczna ku pomocy społecznej
  30. Ekonomia społeczna od środka
  31. Ekonomia społeczna w kreowaniu polityki lokalnej
  32. Ekonomia społeczna w Polsce-definicje, zastosowania
  33. Ekonomia społeczna w strategii miasta Krakowa
  34. Ekonomia społeczna- ogród możliwości
  35. Ekonomia społeczna-rozwój
  36. Ekonomia społeczna
  37. Gospodarka społeczna a wyzwania rozwojowe Polski
  38. Innowacyjne metody aktywizacji społecznej
  39. Korzyści generowane przez przedsiębiorstwa społeczne
  40. Marginalizacja i wykluczenie społeczne
  41. Modele współpracy podmiotów ekonomii społecznej z administracją publiczną
  42. O ekonomii społecznej - podstawowe pojęcia, instytucje i kompetencje
  43. Podmioty ekonomii społecznej a perspektywy rozwojowe Polski 2007-2013
  44. Pojęcie, koncepcje i funkcje ekonomii społecznej
  45. Polityka społeczna wobec sektora ekonomii społecznej
  46. Poprawa potencjału integracji społecznej przez ekonomię społeczną
  47. Przeciwdziałanie ubóstwu i wykluczeniu społecznemu
  48. Przedsiębiorczość i korzyści społeczne
  49. Przedsiębiorstwa społeczne w Polsce. Teoria i praktyka
  50. Przedsięborstwo społeczne - konceptualizacja
  51. Raport społeczny-Centrum Przedsiębiorczości Społecznej
  52. Rola społeczności lokalnej
  53. Rozwój przedsiębiorczości społecznej
  54. Strategia rozwoju społeczeństwa obywatelskiego
  55. Szkic do historii ekonomii społecznej w Polsce
  56. Wspieranie ekonomii
  57. Zarządzanie podmiotami ekonomii społecznejspołeczne
South East England:
  1. Public Services (Social Enterprise and Social Value) Bill
  2. Social Impact Measurement Handbook
  3. SIM Workshop Slides CIBUS_April_2011 v0.6.pdf
Andalusia:
  1. Gender Mainstreaming in Social Economy Enterprises

Other documents

FINAL_REPORT_CIBUS5.pdf


civil society empowerment
Civil Society Empowerment - home
Civil Society Empowerment (PEOPLE theme #6)
European regions need to confront demographic changes that are drastically mutating the composition and the social needs and priorities of their communities: immigration, ageing, increasing ethnic and cultural diversity, unemployment, disadvantaged people, changing family structures are posing new and compelling challenges.
In this scenario, local authorities play an important role in order to effectively pursue their priority tasks, which are:
• the promotion of the economic, cultural and social development of theirrespective community;
• the promotion of innovative methods and mechanisms to support the inclusion and solidarity across different social groups and improve the community cohesion, including through the development of increased social capital, especially among the most disadvantaged categories of citizens (the disabled, immigrants, ROMA peoples and travellers, the elderly, women, the unemployed, and people at risk of exclusion due to poverty or other reasons);
• empower the Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) in order to set up innovative methods and mechanisms to support sociall changes.


  1. 1Eurobarometer73_table_+results.pdf
  2. 2Eurobarometer73_report1.pdf
  3. 3Eurobarometer73_report2.pdf
  4. 4European quality of life survey.pdf
  5. 5Le subculture politiche in Italia.pdf
  6. 6Idee e modelli di partecipazione nella legge Toscana.pdf
  7. 7Democrazia partecipativa e processi di democratizzazione.pdf
  8. 8Democrazia e nuove forme di partecipazione.pdf
  9. 9Piccolo vademecum per una legge regionale toscana sulla partecipazione.pdf
  10. 10Legge sulla partecipazione Regione Toscana 2007.pdf
  11. 11Secondo rapporto tra Enti locali e Terzo settore.pdf
  12. 12Democrazia e partecipazione_Rivista Reset.pdf
  13. 13Schede su iniziative di partecipazione in Italia.pdf
  14. 14Dalla teoria alle procedure_Legge sulla partecipazione.pdf
  15. 15Partecipazione politica.pdf
  16. 16Partecipazione ed impegno civile.pdf
  17. 17Social orgin of civil society.pdf
  18. 18Welfare integrativo big society e CSR.pdf
  19. 19Building a Big Society.pdf
  20. 20Dossier di People Provincia di Venezia e COSES.pdf
  21. ISF 2010.pdf
  22. Empowering Communities, Hampshire UK, 21-6-11, event - Final Report.pdf

Other documents

PEPA Final report.html
PEPA initial presentation.html
PEPA rcommendations.html
Social Networking Guide HEP.html
Social Networking Guide UPO.html


PEOPLE outputs
THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - home

PEOPLE PROGRAMME


This is the PEOPLE Programme's wikispace and digital library. It contains a selection of links to resources relevant to the themes of the PEOPLE project.

The sub-theme is part of the PEOPLE mini-programme which aims to have knowledge exchange take place concerning regional solutions to the adverse consequences of demographic change. This concerns seeking out and exploring new opportunities for labour creation, promoting social cohesion and quality of life. The demographic changes that demand innovative solutions include ageing, immigrationand changing family structures.

Other documents
1- Top_PR_SO1_Public_interventions_promoting_reconciliation

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 1- Top_PR_SO1_Public_interventions_promoting_reconciliation
We recommend to promote a European Legal Framework promoting reconciliation of work and private life of women and men to guarantee an equal participation of both sexes in all spheres of lives. This by means of :

• Supporting the final approval for the proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL amending Council Directive 92/85/EEC on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health at work of pregnant workers and workers who have recently given birth or are breastfeeding and on the introduction of measures to support workers in balancing work and family life

• Regulating by law the implementation of gender equality plans at workplace as obligatory.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO1_Public_interventions_promoting_reconciliation.pdf


10- Top_PR_SO3_Raising awareness to eradicate stereotypes

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 10- Top_PR_SO3_Raising awareness to eradicate stereotypes
To raise awareness (of working force and consumers) about the social participation and value of people over 50 in order to eradicate stereotypes that negatively influence younger generations and employers.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO3_Raising awareness to eradicate stereotypes.pdf


11- Top_PR_SO4_Premises of a European integrated model of Homeless Care

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 11- Top_PR_SO4_Premises of a European integrated model of Homeless Care
To create the premises at European level for a common integrated model of resources and programmes for homeless people. This model should:
• take into account the needs of specific people (like homeless women or homeless with mental disorders, among others) in order to adapt all services to the real needs of the citizen.
• facilitate also the creation of local/regional networks of public and private organizations which work for homeless people in order to design policies and programmes jointly and from an integrated point of view.
• ensure collaboration and creation of wider European networks.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO4_Premises of a European integrated model of Homeless Care.pdf


12- Top_PR_SO5_Legislative and institutional framework for social economy

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 12- Top_PR_SO5_Legislative and institutional framework for social economy
To improve legislation on social enterprises and develop a comprehensive and coherent support system to help social enterprises start up and improve their sustainability.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO5_Legislative and institutional framework for social economy.pdf


13- Top_PR_SO5_Social clauses in public procurements

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 13- Top_PR_SO5_Social clauses in public procurements
To improve and regulate standard inclusion of social clauses in public procurement.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO5_Social clauses in public procurements.pdf


14- Top_PR_SO6_Equal access to ICT and Internet for active Civil Society

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 14- Top_PR_SO6_Equal access to ICT and Internet for active Civil Society
An equal access to ICT tools and internet in particular, which needs to be enhanced at the local level in terms of infrastructure and skills.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO6_Equal access to ICT and Internet for active Civil Society.pdf


15- Top_PR_SO6_Encouraging processes of deliberative democracy

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 15- Top_PR_SO6_Encouraging processes of deliberative democracy
Participatory processes must be established by local and national authorities to let citizens be part of local decisions through different modalities.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO6_Encouraging processes of deliberative democracy.pdf


16- Top_PR_SO6_Sustainable and inclusive economic growth

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 16- Top_PR_SO6_Sustainable and inclusive economic growth
Put in place a system of non-monetary incentives to promote the social and cultural value of activities such as volunteering, community of practices and informal work.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO6_Sustainable and inclusive economic growth.pdf


2- Top_PR_SO1_Cross_cutting_measures_promoting_corresponsability

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 2- Top_PR_SO1_Cross_cutting_measures_promoting_corresponsability
We recommend cross-cutting measures to promote corresponsability of women and men by means of:

• Advancing towards a coeducational school model by public administration.

• Consolidation of time policies to achieve a better organization of daily time, based on equality basis

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO1_Cross_cutting_measures_promoting_corresponsability.pdf


3- Top_PR_SO1_European_Legal_Framework_promoting_reconciliation

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 3- Top_PR_SO1_European_Legal_Framework_promoting_reconciliation
We recommend the implementation of public interventions/actions/policies to facilitate reconciliation of work and private lives of women and men by means of:

• achieving the "Barcelona Targets" in the field of public infrastructures for children less than three years, dependent and older people

• the implementation of Local Reconciliation Agreements

• promoting studies on gender issues and reconciliation

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO1_European_Legal_Framework_promoting_reconciliation.pdf


4- Top_PR_SO2_e-health_publicity

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 4- Top_PR_SO2_e-health_publicity
To stimulate increased support for the wider implementation of telecare technologies, government must first establish policy to raise awareness about the potential of technologies in health and care.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO2_e-health_publicity.pdf


5- Top_PR_SO2-SO4_Empowerment_civilians

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 5- Top_PR_SO2-SO4_Empowerment_civilians
Governments have to stimulate and facilitate the empowerment of civilians regarding more self organization and to reinforce their social and informal care network. Several factors have to be taken into account:
• In regions where there is a history of centralised coordination of the government, governments have to take a step backwards to give more space to self organization of civilians. Apart from this change of culture, procedures and legislations the welfare state has to be changed.
• It is important that governments raise awareness to all stakeholders about their changing relationship with civilians and that civilians have to take more responsibility for themselves and of others in their social network.
• The government has to stimulate and facilitate active and inactive civilians in realising digital (local) communities together with good access to internet and web 2.0 tools for every one and improvement of digital skills to use these tools

Top_PR_SO2-SO4_Empowerment_civilians.pdf


6- Top_PR_SO2-SO4_Supply_&_Demand

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 6- Top_PR_SO2-SO4_Supply_&_Demand
To bridge the gap between the supply and demand of services for healthy ageing, social cohesion and sustainable economic growth, governments must by 2013 establish policy to fulfil 4 key roles:
• Raise awareness about issues affecting society, especially vulnerable groups
• Link existing networks and build new co-operations
• Empower people to play a more prominent role in societal change
• Stimulate a combination of public and private sector funded services, supporting innovation in e-health and the integration of comprehensive telecare and telehealth services

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO2-SO4_Supply_Demand.pdf


7- Top_PR_SO2-SO4_use_of_social_media_tools

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 7- Top_PR_SO2-SO4_use_of_social_media_tools
The government has to integrate the use of social media tools in their (communication) policies, processes and procedures by 2012 to harness the value and opportunities created by social media tools. The government has to get familiar with social media and improve the skills of it’s employees to use them and understand it’s benefits.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO2-SO4_use_of_social_media_tools.pdf


8- Top_PR_SO3_Age management principles

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 8- Top_PR_SO3_Age management principles
To introduce Age Management principles in the strategies of public and private sectors by:
• mentoring programmes
• flexibility
• life long learning

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO3_Age management principles.pdf


9- Top_PR_SO3_Employment support to older people

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - 9- Top_PR_SO3_Employment support to older people
That EU MS consider issuing guidance about different forms of employment support sensitive to older people, adapted to meet their experiences and needs.

Download the complete description of the Policy Recommendation:
Top_PR_SO3_Employment support to older people.pdf


Best practices Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Best practices Final report
The Best practices Final report include all the procedure for selecting the 20 Best practices put forwards by PEOPLE.

Report in progress


Brussels_PEOPLE_Conference

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Brussels_PEOPLE_Conference
Title: Programme of the PEOPLE Talks Conference, 10th of November 2011, Committee of Regions, Brussels


PEOPLE_Talks_Conference_Programme.pdf


Communication Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Communication Final report
The Communication Final report embraces all the fields of communication and dissemination covered by PEOPLE. This document is still a draft version since the final one should include the results of the Final conference in Brussels.

C2_Comms_Draft_Report.pdf


International conferences Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - International conferences Final report
TheFinal report International conferences includes all the procedure and learnings for organising these events applying to the 6 PEOPLE Sub-objectives.

Final report International Conferences.pdf


PEOPLE Best Practices for JTS

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - PEOPLE Best Practices for JTS
Title: All the PEOPLE Best practices have been described following a specific template provided by the INTERREG IVC Secretariat.

Download:
0216R1_Good_Practices.zip


PEOPLE Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - PEOPLE Final report
The PEOPLE Final report comprises all the information regarding the activities conducted over the 3 years' programme. This document is the sum of the final reporting per working component and per Sub-objective and main outcomes are extensively described.

A synthesis has been elaborated for the final dissemination conference:
PEOPLE_Executive_summary_2008-2011.pdf
The PEOPLE final report will be delivered by January 2012.


PEOPLE Policy recommendations Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - PEOPLE Policy recommendations Final report
The PEOPLE Policy recommendations Final report includes all the procedure to produce the 16 Top Policy recommendations. Any feedback on Policy recommendations can be posted at the PEOPLE Policy forum.
http://peoplepolicyforum.ning.com/group/top-policy-recommendations

PEOPLE_Policy_recommendations_draft_Report.pdf


PEOPLE final report Template

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - PEOPLE final report Template
The template of the Final report gathers all relevant information on the impacts of the PEOPLE project.

I4C_Project_final_report.pdf


Report 4th EU Interregional Cooperation Forum

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Report 4th EU Interregional Cooperation Forum

4th EU Interregional Cooperation Forum, Budapest, 3-4 February 2011



On February 3rd and 4th, the Lead Partner attended the 4th EU Interregional Cooperation Forum in Budapest, organized by the INTERREG IVC Secretariat. In general, this event offered participants an opportunity to get all the information about the last open call for projects, to attend workshops addressing specific issues that projects can face – and overcome, to network and search for partners interested in the same issues and to discover the advances made by INTERREG IVC projects in the fields of Innovation and Environment.

During the Interregional Cooperation Achievements session, Aneta Widak from the Marshall Office of Malopolska Region represented the PEOPLE Project alongside three other regional authorities providing testimonies on specific gains they have made thanks to INTERREG IVC projects. Aneta presented Malopolska's "Strategy for ageing population" as it is one of our main regional outputs of PEOPLE. It was of interest to all participants to hear how the involvement of the regional stakeholders and the peer reviews carried out, have impacted the implementation of the aging population policy and strategy in Malopolska Region.

Many other PEOPLE regions and sub-projects partners participated in the Forum in Budapest, which clearly was a perfect environment for disseminating PEOPLE Project to a European audience!

Below you´ll find the report on the 4th EI Interregional Cooperation Forum:

Budapest_Interregional_Cooperation_Forum_report.pdf


Study visit Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Study visit Final report
The Study visits Final report includes all the procedure and learnings for organising the Study visits applied to the 6 PEOPLE Sub-objectives.

Report in progress


Sub-objective 1 Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Sub-objective 1 Final report
The Final report on Sub-objective 1 - Reconciliation of work and private life, includes all related information gathered from the exchange of experiences, from the dissemination and communication activities and from the DIVERSIA Sub-project.

Report in progress


Sub-objective 2 Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Sub-objective 2 Final report
The Final report on Sub-objective 2 -e-Health and Independence, includes all related information gathered from the exchange of experiences, from the dissemination and communication activities and from the TCARES Sub-project.

PEOPLE_SO2_Report.pdf


Sub-objective 3 Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Sub-objective 3 Final report
The Final report on Sub-objective 3 - Silver economy, includes all related information gathered from the exchange of experiences, from the dissemination and communication activities and from the SILVER ACADEMY Sub-project.

SO3 Final report.pdf


Sub-objective 4 Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Sub-objective 4 Final report
The Final report on Sub-objective 4 - Social and e-Inclusion, includes all related information gathered from the exchange of experiences, from the dissemination and communication activities and from the HOME04 & SHAREIT Sub-projects.

PEOPLE Final_report_SO4.pdf


Sub-objective 5 Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Sub-objective 5 Final report
The Final report on Sub-objective 5 - Social entrepreneurship, includes all related information gathered from the exchange of experiences, from the dissemination and communication activities and from the CIBUS5 Sub-project.

Report in progress


Sub-objective 6 Final report

THE PEOPLE PROGRAMME - Sub-objective 6 Final report
The Final report on Sub-objective 6 - Civil society empowerment, includes all related information gathered from the exchange of experiences, from the dissemination and communication activities and from the PEPA Sub-project.

Report in progress