Social Inclusion in Europe 2006: Implementation and Update Reports on 2003-2005 National Action Plans on Social Inclusion and Update Reports on 2004-2006 National Action Plans on Social Inclusion

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Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, 2006 - Political Science - 166 pages
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"This report assesses progress made in the implementation of the Union's Open Method of Coordination on poverty and social inclusion. It identifies key priorities for policy action, highlights ways in which the implementation of national action plans could be further improved and identifies innovative approaches and good practice of common interest to the Member States. It aims to bring a strengthened focus on implementation and delivery of actions to eradicate poverty and social exclusion and an increased urgency to the whole process. It is based on an analysis of the Implementation reports on their 2003-2005 National Action Plans on poverty and social exclusion (NAPs/inclusion) that were submitted by the EU15 Member States (MS) during summer 2005. It also takes into account reports from four of the EU10 Member States (Cyprus, Hungary, Lithuania and Malta) updating the priorities and/or key policy measures outlined in their 2004-2006 NAPs/inclusion."--P. 11.

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
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STRATEGIC APPROACHES
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ANNEXES
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