EU Refugee-Protection as Patchwork
Thousands upon thousands of people hope they will find a more secure and better life when they have to leave their homes and make their way to the European Union. However, a recent comparative study b
Sozialer Schutz für alle?
Sozialer Schutz für alle? - Vorstellung der neuen Publikation "Recommendation on Social Protection Floors: Basic Principles for Innovative Solutions" Pressemitteilung (PDF)
Does the EU fail in the fight against unemployment?
The free movement of workers is one of the greatest achievements of European integration, explains Prof. Ulrich Becker in "Dossier Politik" of the broadcast station Bayern2. However, this should not c
Anastasia Poulou, researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, was honoured by the German-Greek association of lawyers (DGJV) for her dissertation. The award is assigned to
Katharina Crepaz Receives Dissertation Award
The Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy congratulates Katharina Crepaz, PhD, for being awarded the "Friedwart Bruckhaus-Förderpreis" of the Hanns Martin Schleyer Foundation. Crepaz w
New Project on Social Protection Laws of Migrants
The Department for Social Law at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy has started working on a new project on migration. In cooperation with the University of California, Davis, t