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Villa Vigoni 2007

Social Reporting in Europe: Citizens’ Expectations Towards Welfare State Reforms

Villa Vigoni Conference, March 25-27, 2007

Sunday, March 25
  Arrival of participants

Monday, March 26
  Social Reporting in Europe: National and Supranational Reports
9:00 Aldo Venturelli (Villa Vigoni) Welcome and introduction
9:15 Christine Chambaz (INSEE, Paris) Données sociales / France Portrait Social
09:45 Jeroen Boelhouwer (Sociaal en Cultureel Planbureau, Den Haag) Social and Cultural Report / De sociale staat van Nederland

10:15  Maciej Zukowski (Poznan University of Economics) Polish Social Report

10:45 Christian Suter (University of Neuchâtel) Swiss Social Report
11:15 Michael Delroy (EU-Commission, Brussels) Social Situation Report (European Commission)
11:45 Carla Collicelli (CENSIS, Rome) Social Reports in Poland – Update
12:15 Heinz-Herbert Noll (ZUMA, Mannheim), Roland Habich (WZB, Berlin) Datenreport – Germany

12:45 Questions
13:00 Lunch
  Social Reporting in Europe: some comments and discussion
14:30 Ulrich Bieber (Bundesministerium für Arbeit und Soziales, Bonn) Giuliano Cazzola (University of Bologna) Jürgen Schupp (DIW Berlin) Francesco Maietta (CENSIS, Rome)
15:10 Discussion
  Citizens’ Expectations and Attitudes Towards Current Welfare State Reforms
16:00 Wolfgang Glatzer (University of Frankfurt / Main)
16:20 Antonio Golini (University of Rome “La Sapienza”)
16:40  Jürgen Kohl (University of Heidelberg)

17:00 Linda Laura Sabbadini (ISTAT, Rome)
17:20  Ketty Vaccaro (CENSIS, Rome)  

17:40 Short interventions (5-10 min.): Jeroen Boelhouwer, Christine Chambaz, Maciej Zukowski, Michael Delroy, Christian Suter  

18:30   Discussion

19:30   Dinner

Tuesday, March 27
  Selected social issues of societal development addressed in Datenreport and Censis-Report
9:00 Bernhard Christoph (Institut für Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, Nürnberg) Gianni Geroldi (University of Parma) Elke Koch-Weser (University of Rome „La Sapienza“) Stefan Weick (ZUMA, Mannheim)
Future periodical exchange and the possibilities to establish a European Social Reporting Network
10:30 Open discussion

13:00   Lunch and Departure