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Social experimentation in Europe: Towards a more complete and effective palette of the EU action for social innovation
Study realised at the request of the DIIESES and the High Commissioner for active Inclusion against poverty for the Forum on Social experimentation in Europe, November 21-22, Grenoble.
|   20/11/2008             |   Marjorie Jouen   |   Jacques Delors             |   Labour and social affairs
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Foreword by Jacques Delors

Ranging from social policy innovation – of which she is one of the best analysts – to social policy experimentation, Marjorie Jouen invites us to grasp more fully the importance of the subject in the current climate, where development theory and social policy instruments are in need of re-examination.

Given her considerable knowledge of European Union policy, her advocacy comes with concrete recommendations on how to move forward in this field of experimentation – one of crucial relevance if we are to better understand the responsiveness of the social milieux in question, and to act more effectively.

Study realised at the request of the DIIESES and the High Commissioner for active Inclusion against poverty for the Forum on Social experimentation in Europe, November 21-22, Grenoble.