Euroirse Project

Istituto Europeo per lo Sviluppo Socio Economico

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Project Results

 


According to its objectives, the project expected results will be:
1.    Identification, collection and analysis, in a systematic way, of the available best practices of the industrial relations of self-employed in Europe so it will be possible to compare the different situations in the participating countries.
2.    Exploitation of the identified best practices to raise the knowledge about the impact of SME in EU economy and the leadership in the representation of self-employed work.
3.    Organisation of an international conference in Rome (Italy) to present the study results and to share experiences and best practices and involve counterparts, stakeholders and other EU countries. The conference will give the floor to discuss the issues tackled by the project.
The project activities and expected results have been planned in order to be sustainable in the medium and long-term once the project will be finished. After the EC funding ends, the international network created thanks to the project and the international conference will be maintained for future exchange of information and data and projects.
Outputs: 1 network meeting, 40 man/days to be dedicated to the study in each country, 1 international conference for around 50 participants (40 will be invited directly by the project partners). Deliverables: Report about kick-off meeting, Final technical and financial reports, Project web-site, Study about the identification and analysis of the best practice of the industrial relations of self-employed in Europe, Material to advertise the international conference (leaflets, brochures, folders and invitations), Press Releases, Report of the international conference to exchange and transfer the best practices, Dissemination plan, Evaluation report.

This project has been funded with the financial support of the Industrial Relations and Social Dialogue Programme of the European Union - Directorate-Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. This website reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.