Estadísticas de la UE. CDE Universitat de València

CoverAsylum applicants and first instance decisions on asylum applications: 2012
Data in Focus. Population and social conditions 5/2013
This quarterly publication gives an insight into recent developments in international protection including applicants for asylum and first instance decisions on asylum applications. These data are supplied to Eurostat by the national Ministries of Interior and related official agencies. Most of the statistics presented in this Data in Focus are collected under the regulatory framework of Regulation 862/2007 on statistics on migration and international protection. [+]

CoverLiving standards falling in most Member States
Statistics in Focus. Pupulation and social conditions 8/2013
Living standards, as measured by the median equivalised disposable income, fell in 15 Member States in 2010 compared with a year earlier, after adjusting for inflation. In the vast majority of Member States the median income fell most for the unemployed and least for people in employment. Income decreased in the bottom quintile of the income distribution in most Member States. In 15 Member States, income inequality increased because income in the top quintile decreased less or increased more than in the bottom quintile. When looking at households’ material conditions, in 2011 around 10 % of the EU population reported that they could not afford a meal with meat, chicken, fish or a vegetarian equivalent every second day. This represents an increase of 1 percentage point (pp) compared with 2010. All figures are based on the latest EU-SILC (Statistics on Income and Living Conditions) data collected in 2011. [+]

CoverChildren were the age group at the highest risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2011
Statistics in focus. Population and Social Conditions 4/2013
In 2011, 27.0 % of children (aged 0-17) in the EU-27 were at risk of poverty or social exclusion (AROPE) compared to 24.3 % of adults (18-64) and 20.5 % of the elderly (65 or over). Concerning types of households with dependent children, single parents (49.8 %), two adults with three or more dependent children (30.8 %) and three adults or more with dependent children (28.4 %) had the highest AROPE rates. With respect to monetary poverty, more than 45.0 % of low to very low work intensity households with dependent children were at risk of poverty. Moreover, 49.2 % of children whose parents’ highest level of education was low were at risk of poverty compared to 7.5 % of children whose parents’ highest level of education was high. Children with a migrant background were at a greater risk of poverty than children whose parents were native born. As regards living conditions, 18.4 % of single parent households were severely materially deprived compared to 9.6 % households with dependent children. [+]

CoverEU Member states granted citizenship to more than 800.000 persons in 2010
Statistics in focus. Population and Social Conditions 45/2012
The number of people who acquired citizenship in one of the EU Member States rose to 810 thousand in 2010, a 4% increase with respect to 2009. This is the first time that the total number of acquisitions in the EU exceeds 0.8 million. [+]

CoverMeasuring material deprivation in the EU — Indicators for the whole population and child-specific indicators. 2012 Edition
In June 2010, European Union (EU) Heads of State and Government adopted a social inclusion target as part of the new “Europe 2020 Strategy”: to lift at least 20 million people in the EU from the risk of poverty and exclusion by 2020. One of the three indicators used to monitor progress towards this target is the EU indicator of “severe material deprivation (MD)”. The main limitations of the current EU MD indicators are the small number (nine) and weak reliability of some of the core items they are based on. MD measures for children are also needed. This is why a thematic module on MD was included in the 2009 wave of EU Statistics on Income and Living Conditions survey (EU-SILC). The core MD items of EU-SILC and related indicators will be revised as part of the mid-term review of the Europe 2020 Strategy in 2015. This paper is an assessment of the 2009 EU-SILC MD data by researchers participating in the Second Network for the analysis of EU-SILC (Net-SILC2). It proposes an analytical framework for developing robust EU MD indicators for the whole population as well as for children. [+]

CoverESSPROS Manual and user guidelines – 2012 edition
The European System of integrated Social PROtection Statistics (ESSPROS) was developed in the late 70s by Eurostat jointly with representative of the Member States of the European Union in response to the need for a specific instrument of statistical observation of social protection in the EU Member States. The new "ESSPROS Manual and user guidelines" is the updated user guide for compiling and using ESSPROS according to the definitions and classifications reported in the ESSPROS manual – edition 2011. This edition of the Manual and user guidelines contains in addition examples, further explanations and a complete list of schemes for each country. [+]

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Pobreza y exclusión social en Europa 2010

Cover23 % of EU citizens were at risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2010
Statistics in focus. Population and social conditions 9/2012.

In 2010 as in 2009, around 23 % of the European population were considered to be at risk of poverty or social exclusion (AROPE), according to the definition adopted for the Europe 2020 strategy. With a rate of 26.9 % in EU-27, children were at greater risk of poverty or social exclusion in 2010 than the rest of the population in 21 of the 25 Member States for which data are available. The only exceptions were Denmark, Slovenia, Finland and Sweden. Concerning the single components of the AROPE indicator, in 2010, as in 2009 around 16 % of the European population were at risk of poverty, meaning below the poverty threshold. 8 % of Europeans were severely materially deprived (stable compared with 2009) and 36 % stated they would be unable to cope with unexpected expenses (an increase of 1 percentage point (pp) compared with 2009). Around 10 % of people aged 0-59 could be considered as living in a household with very low work intensity in 2010 (increase of 0.9 pp compared with 2009). [+]

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