EASPD releases its latest report on the European Semester, calling for a change to the “growth at all costs” approach towards Social Investment and a growth focusing on the well-being of all citizens. The report proposes several recommendations to policy-makers on how they can integrate well-being into European and national public policy, in a manner that is both practical and sustainable. The report also includes national messages from EASPD’s membership to their respective governments and the European Commission; in particular within the framework of the European Semester.
UN COSP: EASPD side event: How can we use arts and culture to promote inclusion of persons with disabilities?
The United Nations Conference of State Parties (COSP) takes place every year in New York, t