Personal and household services is becoming one of the most important topics on the EU social agenda.
It will be discussed on 4 June 2015 in Brussels in the context of an international workshop, with members of the Institutions and representatives of the most important European networks.
The workshop is organised in the context of the BESPAT project (Best European Policies, Analysis and Transference in PHS). BESPAT is a PROGRESS project aiming at identifying and exchanging Good Practices all over Europe regarding the policies and actions in the sector of Personal and Household Services. It receives co-financing from the European Commission. REVES is a partner in the project, together with organisations such as CONFESAL (lead partner), DIESIS or ALDA.
The Meeting will take place at the Ile de France Representation, 10 rue Montoyer, B-1000 Brussels from 14 to 18.
Below you will find the draft agenda of the event as well as general information on the BESPAT project.