Good Practices in Providing Integrated Employment and Social Services in Central and Eastern Europe



This study focuses on strengthening and improving the position of vulnerable groups of unemployed youth by implementing coordinated and integrated social, employment and educational services. It presents an extensively researched pilot model to be tested in Serbia, but the insights gained can be scaled across the globe.

It also presents a brief overview of Leutz’s “Five Laws” for Integrating Medical and Social Services, such as “You can integrate some of the services all of the time, all of the services some of the time, but you cannot integrate all of the services all of the time.”

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