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January 26, 2021


The FORESEE project (VS/2021/0054) is about achieving more attractive social services through social dialogue. The project aims to further build capacities of social partners in social services at national and EU level; and by doing so, help the sector better manage current and future challenges.


February 2021 – February 2023


European Commission, DG Employment, Social Affairs & Inclusion, Support for social dialogue

Project Consortium

  • Social Employers 
  • EPSU 
  • Nexem
  • Elisfa
  • Service Mensch GmbH
  • EEA Margarita
  • Instituto Politécnico de Castelo Branco 

Project activities and results include:

  • One report on the consequences of Covid-19 on social services
  • Two European Thematic Meetings (between the Social Employers & EPSU) to discuss outcomes of the report on Covid-19 and measures to increase safety and preparedness of the sector
  • Two joint documents (paper, guidelines, etc.) produced by the Social Employers and EPSU, based on outcomes of the European social partner events
  • Two social dialogue training programme meetings, for the preparation and implementation of the national training programmes
  • Four national trainings on social dialogue, targeting countries who are developing social dialogue structures (Greece, Portugal, Romania, Poland)
  • One report taking stock of the social services sector’s attractiveness challenges and good practices, including national campaigns and other innovative practices already implemented, and an assessment of the impact of those practices
  • Two coordination meetings on attractiveness initiatives
  • Three National events to promote policy recommendations and strategies developed regarding attractiveness
  • Three project newsletters
  • A final Conference to present the project outcomes

FORESEE Newsletters:

1st FORESEE Newsletter

2nd FORESEE Newsletter

3rd FORESEE Newsletter

Access the FORESEE leaflet in different languages:
English, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Czech, Greek and Polish.

For more information, please contact:
Alina Pavicevac
Project & Policy Officer

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