Welfare state in transition- learning from co-production. Denmark Seminar, 18th April

In the wake of global financial crisis, European countries have experienced reduced public spending on welfare. Global conflicts have triggered migration to Europe. Both crises have deepened the polarization of society, but also triggered multiple actions of solidarity. How important is the collaboration between public administration and civil society organisations in this situation? What is the distribution of roles and tasks between the two types of actors in the delivery of social policy? On 18th April, this seminar, "Welfare state in transition- learning from co-production", will explore such issues. Findings from [...]