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Two new reports and a set of videos explore how policymakers can help the long-term unemployed find and stay in employment

EASPD member, the Lino Spiteri Foundation, feature in new reports and video series, published by European Commission, to support the further integration of the long-term unemployed into the labour market

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Applications for Access City Award 2020 now open

Applications are now open for you to nominate your city for the European Commission’s 10th Access City Award 2020.

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Call for tender! Research on “Technology for employment in Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISEs)”

EASPD is looking for a Researcher/Research team to produce a report “Technology for employment in Work Integration Social Enterprises (WISEs)”

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New Report: Inequalities in the access of young people to information and support services

Eurofound’s latest report addresses the challenges many young people, including those with a disability, have in accessing social and health services.

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Last publications

Technical Briefing Note - EU Public Procurement and Social Services

Following European Commission's reply to a request for clarifications about the use of the EU Public Procurement Directive in tendering for social services, EASPD produced a technical briefing focused on the increased flexibility and expanded possibilities to take into account social considerations.

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Report release: EASPD Review of the European Disability Strategy 2010-2020

EASPD has released a report on the European Disability Strategy (EDS) 2010-2020.

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Press releases


The European Association of Service providers for Persons with Disabilities (EASPD) launches its latest report: “How to fund quality care and support services: 7 key elements”.


On the 11th of June 2019 EASPD gathered experts on disability policies at a roundtable discussion taking place in New York at the United Nations


On Wednesday 5th June 2019, the European Commission published its Country Specific Recommendations to each EU Member States, concluding the European Semester process for 2019.