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On the 13-15 June, 64 participants from 20 countries gathered in Brussels in order to discuss the challenges facing carers across the EU and the opportunities that exist to promote their role and added value in the context of an ageing Europe.

 Recognising and supporting the role of carers is a European challenge that the Eurocarers network will continue to meet with determination, by concentrating on the practical and possible, and by showcasing stories of workable solutions on the ground.

On this page, you can find the agendas, the list of participants, as well as all the presentations that were shared during the different meetings. 

Eurocarers Annual General Assembly and capacity building sessions - 14 June

Eurocarers Annual reports 2016- Stecy Yghemonos

The European Semester - Stecy Yghemonos

Update on Eurocarers Research activities - Elizabeth Hanson 

Care Respite - Sergio Escalera and Martha Mackay

Eurocarers Research Working Group - 15 June 2016

Update on the newly launched "International Journal of Care and Caring"

Please find below the link to the presentations of each member/organisation's current research in the area of carers and caring:

1.     Care Alliance Ireland- Zoe Hughes

2.     INRCA- Sara Santini

3.     MOVISIE- Jolanda Elferink

4.     CIRCLE- Sue Yeandle

5.     Institute of Mental Health, Semmelweis Univ. - Zsuzsa Szeman

6.     Howest University- Herlinde Dely

7.     Université catholique de Louvain- Sophie Ces

8.     Wir Pflegen- Susanne Kohler

9.     VILANS- Frans Von Zoest

10.   The Coalition of Carers in Scotland- Emma Miller

11.   The Open University- Verina Waights

12.   European centre for Social Welfare Policy & Research- Katharine Schulman

13.   Swedish Family Care Competence Centre- Lennart Magnusson

 

Eurocarers Policy Working Group Meeting - 15 June 2016

Please find below the presentations of each member/organisation's current lobbying priorities:

1. La compagnie des aidants - France 

2. Estonian Carers - Estonia

3. KINAPSY - Greece 

4. Family Carers - Ireland 

5. Cuidadores - Portugal

6. The Diaconia of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren - Czech Republic

7. Carers Trust - UK

 

European Parliament Interest Group on Carers Meeting - 15 June 2016

The need for an EU initiative to facilitate work-life balance - Robert Anderson 

Work-life balance: A new EU initiative - Meeting Report