The discussion forum is organized in order to evaluate family policy financed from the state budget.
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A position paper on solving the Roma question compiled by the Slovak liberal party Sloboda a Solidarita (SaS), represented by Lucia Nicolson, MP
Finland is one of the European countries with the fastest-aging society. According to the Eurostat data
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Since regaining independence some twenty years ago Latvia, a small, open economy has been tormented by three economic crises: first one resulting from the economic transition (institutional change from centrally planned to free market economy), second, in 1998, being transmitted from Russia, and the last one being part of the recent global recession. Despite these circumstances, Latvia has successfully conducted reforms aimed at elicitation of the labour force (i.e. increasing the labour force participation rate…
The National Statistical Office of Poland (GUS) is financed by tax-payers money and it should extend the range of publicly available statistical data:
There is a great wave of discussion on pension reform being implemented by the government in Poland. The essential reform, forced by sad demographic factors.
The Euro Bill is project run by Slovak think tank INESS, which tracks all guarantees and expenses related to euro zone rescue efforts. The May update includes several changes, related mainly to the spring default of Greece. Paradoxically, the overall sum of guarantees dropped slightly to EUR 1860 per capita (in Slovakia). This is due to casino online “accounting” changes. The buy cheap cialis online old IMF program, which granted Greece EUR 30 billion together…