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Pratiques efficaces

Cette section présente deux types de pratiques utilisées dans toute l'Union européenne : des pratiques qui ont été officiellement évaluées, dont l'efficacité a été démontrée par le biais d'études rigoureuses (section Pratiques basées sur des données probantes), et d'autres pratiques qui n'ont pas été évaluées et qui sont fournies dans un esprit de collaboration (Registre des utilisateurs). Ces deux registres ont pour but de se compléter et de fournir un tableau complet des pratiques les plus efficaces actuellement utilisées dans l'Union européenne.

Le contenu de ces deux sections est seulement disponible en anglais.

Evidence-Based Practices

Which child focused practices have been shown to be effective in the European Union? This section features practices that have demonstrated their effectiveness through rigorous research.  These practices have been reviewed by a team of experts and summarized in a way that is easy to understand.

Practice User Registry

Which child focused practices are being developed or implemented throughout the European Union?  This section allows visitors to register practices that they are developing or implementing in order to share knowledge with other users.  These practices have not been reviewed for evidence of effectiveness, but instead are posted here to promote information sharing and to support learning across the EU community of practice providers and policymakers.

About the Recommendation for Investing in Children

In this section you can find Evidence-Based Practices and practices from the User Registry categorised by three pillars and policy categories within them: ‘Access to adequate resources’’; ‘Access to affordable quality services; and ‘Children’s right to participate’.

These three pillars and the policy categories within them are derived from the European Commission’s Recommendation “Investing in children: Breaking the cycle of disadvantagepdf Choisir les traductions du lien précédent ”.

In late February 2013 the European Commission (EC) adopted the Recommendation as part of the Social Investment Package which proposes a long-term social strategy to help overcome the current crisis and to strengthen the capacity of individuals. The Recommendation provides guidance for European Union (EU) Member States on how to tackle child poverty and social exclusion through measures such as family support and benefits, quality childcare and early-childhood education.

The Recommendation uses the pillar structure to organise the policy areas addressing child poverty and social exclusion and promoting children's well-being.Practices on EPIC are assigned to these pillars and policy categories according to those which they align most soundly with.