Reinventing Social Solidarity across Europe

Edited by Marion Ellison

Reinventing Social Solidarity across Europe

Edited by Marion Ellison

Distributed for Policy Press at the University of Bristol

288 pages | 6 x 9
Cloth $115.00 ISBN: 9781847427274 Published September 2011 For sale in North and South America only
As Europe's public realms face upheaval, this is the first book to identify how social solidarity is being re-invented from below and redefined from above. Interdisciplinary transnational approaches provide new insights into the relationship between national and transnational social solidarity across Europe. Valuable to students, policy makers and scholars, it reveals social solidarity as the defining pillar of European integration, bringing a greater dimension and integrity beyond democracy across nation states.
Introduction: Social solidarity in Europe: the fourth pillar ~ Marion Ellison

The concept of solidarity in the European integration discourse ~ Józef Niznik

Solidarity at the margins of European society: linking the European social model to local conditions and solidarities ~ Tomáš Sirovátka and Petr Mareš

Towards a globalisation of solidarity? ~ Menno Fenger and Kees van Paridon

Contested terrains and emerging solidarities within child care law, policy and practice in Europe ~ Marion Ellison

Embedding European identity in context: changing social solidarities in Europe ~ Jim Barry, Elisabeth Berg and John Chandler

Intra-European energy solidarity at the core of the European integration process: future possibilities and current constraints ~ Annamária Orbán and Zoltán Szántó

Social solidarities and immigration integration policies in South-Eastern Europe ~ Anna Krasteva

Normative power Europe: a tool for advancing social solidarity within and beyond Europe ~ Andy Storey

Social solidarity in post-socialist countries ~ Damir Josipovic

Trade unions, NGOs and social solidarity in Romania ~ Cristina Stanus

Social solidarity and preferences on welfare institutions across Europe ~ Béla Janky

Social solidarity, human rights and Roma: unequal access to basic resources in Central and Eastern Europe ~ Richard Filcak and Daniel Skobla

Conclusion: the future of social solidarity in an enlarged Europe: key issues and research questions ~ Marion Ellison
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