10-11 November 2016, Bratislava (Slovakia)



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MISSOC State of affairs (Francesca Liberati, MISSOC Secretariat)

Social agenda of the Slovak presidency (Jaroslav Kovac, SK Presidency)

Outlook on the social agenda of the Maltese presidency (Malcolm Scicluna, Maltese MISSOC Correspondent)

EU policy framework II: The Commission work programme (Radek Maly, European Commission, DG EMPL)

Developments in MISSOC communication activities (Loredana Sementini, MISSOC Secretariat)

Social protection of the self-employed persons in Slovakia (Adriana Jarosiova, Marianna Csetnekyova, MOLSAF, SK Presidency)

Revisions to Correspondents’ guidelines on completing Table IV “Maternity/Paternity benefits” and Table IX “Family Benefits” (2nd round) (Terry Ward, MISSOC Secretariat)

The role of INGOs and social partners in the collective complaints procedure under the European Social Charter (Sheila Hirschinger, MISSCEO, Council of Europe)

New focus of social services on family and working life reconciliation in Slovakia (Alexandra Bublisova, MOLSAF, SK Presidency)

Review of the descriptions of social protection for the self-employed (introduction to the working groups) (Marcel Fink, ESPN expert and Terry Ward, MISSOC Secretariat)

Presentation of the ESPN report on Retirement regimes for workers in arduous and hazardous jobs (Slavina Spasova, ESPN research team)

Planning of future MISSOC activities (Nicole Fondeville, MISSOC Secretariat)

information on the next MISSOC Network Meeting (Malta, 11-12 May 2017) (Karen Farrugia, Maltese MISSOC Correspondent)

E-Survey on Guidelines to Tables IV, IX and VI