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The situation in Spain - Social needs: labour market

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Social needs: labour market

made up of the following publications:

Social needs of the inmigrant population

Social needs of children

Social needs: education

Social needs of women and men

Social needs of senior citizens

Social needs of youth

Social needs: health

Social needs: housing

Social needs: economic and material wellbeing

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Social needs of the inmigrant population

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Social Inclusion

The immigrant collective is one of the most vulnerable groups and, if we compare it with native workers, a significant income gap is revealed. In this report we analyse this population segment’s social needs before covid-19.

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Social Inclusion

Deprivations during childhood become unequal opportunities in adulthood. Understanding the conditions in which this population segment lived prior to the covid-19 crisis can help to prepare for the future.

Social needs: education

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Education

Do we have quality education? In this report we analyse three fundamental dimensions: access to sufficient educational level, obtaining of adequate knowledge to contribute to economic and social development, and degree of inclusion of the education system.