The rights of the elderly

In the framework of a project funded by the European Commission with the participation of Turkey, Italy and Spain, the final report has just been published, witth the Spanish section drawn up by the Fundació Campus Arnau d'Escala and the Gabinet d'Estudis Socials. The aim of the project and of the report is the rights of those elderly living in home care units and the raising of the quality of the services they are delivered in Turkey to the EU standards. The title of the report is Rights of Elderly People and Care Services at EU Standards. A Comparative study between Turkey, Italy and Spain. See



Article on cultural diversity in small and medium enterprises

In the framework of the European project EUDIM on the cultural diversity in small and medium enterprises, the member of our team has just published an article that you can view at:


We develop the future

During 2015, 2016 and 2017, the Gabinet d'Estudis Socials will carry out the evaluation reports of one project conducted by the CEPAIM Foundation called "Cultivamos el Futuro", which is developed in a number of Spanish rural areas. Its aim is training persons in a social exclusion risk, many of whom migrants, in organic products and in the transformation and conservation of agricultural articles, this way contributing to the labour integration of these persons. 


Severe forms of labour exploitation of migrants: Spain in one of the top positions

The Fundamental Rights Agency of the European Union has just published a new report whose Spanish chapter was drawn up by the MPDL and GES. This report is focused on the severe forms of labour exploitation of migrants, which is revealed as an endemic problem particularly in the sectors of agriculture, construction, hotels and catering and domestic help, while regretting that perpetrators are at a little risk of prosecution. The report also finds that Spain is in one of the top positions of this unfortunate ranking. 


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