Today, Eurodiaconia launched its new policy paper titled: “Promoting Roma Inclusion.” The policy paper presents Eurodiaconia’s assessment of the progress…
providing social and health care services and advocating social justice.
The European Commission recently published its “Employment and Social Development Quarterly Review” drawing a positive picture of the past months…
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To what extent has public procurement legislation in your country incorporated such social criteria?
New public procurement legislation in my country has represented a net improvement for the not-for-profit sector as most social criteria are regularly applied in public contracting processes.
New public procurement legislation in my country has incorporated at least some of the social criteria. However, they are not sufficiently applied by contracting authorities in daily practice.
New public procurement legislation in my country has opted for a socially restrictive transposition. Social criteria have not been adopted and the lowest price remains the guiding principle in most contracting processes.
Public procurement legislation has not been updated in my country yet.