Care workers and providers stand for a European Care Strategy inclusive of Migrants

EFFAT together with stakeholders in the care and PHS sectors has released joint recommendations for the inclusions of migrants in the forthcoming European Care Strategy and accompanying Council recommendations,  both as workers and providers of care as well as care service users.

With a view to supporting the full inclusion of people who are non-nationals in every part of the strategy, the document is organized around key aspects that the strategy is expected to address, namely: access to care, affordability, sustainability, quality of care, workforce, and gender aspects of care.

Joint recommendations EU Care Strategy migrant care providers and service users

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