WHAT IS MISSOC ?
MISSOC, the 'Mutual Information System on Social Protection', was established in 1990 to promote a continuous exchange of information on social protection among the EU Member States. The system nowadays includes information on Social Protection in the 28 Member States
of the European Union, the three countries of the European Economic Area - Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway - as well as Switzerland.
MISSOC has grown into a central knowledge and information base for public authorities, professional users and European citizens, providing up-to-date information on social protection legislation, benefits and conditions in all participating countries. On the one hand, the information base allows users to find descriptive or detailed information about a specific country. On the other hand, the system offers the opportunity to compare and analyse several social protection systems.
January 2017- Interview with Malcolm Scicluna, Director International Relations, Department of Social Security, Ministry for the Family and Social Solidarity, Malta
January 2017 - the MISSOC Tables, updated to July 2016, are now available.
Upcoming MISSOC network meetings - Valletta, (11-12 May 2017), Tallinn (9-10 November 2017)
July 2016 - the MISSOC Tables, updated to January 2016, are now available.
The correspondents' area is an online platform to facilitate the exchange of information between:
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- the National Correspondents
- the Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion Unit EMPL/C/2
- the MISSOC Secretariat.