The broadest possible range of social issues, i.e. social policy, social services, state social support system, material need system, assessment service, disability, family, socio-legal protection of children, equal opportunities, insurance systems, pension insurance, sickness insurance, accident insurance, income policy, employment, employment policy, employment services, labour market, employment of foreign nationals, work of the labour offices, wage policy, wage and pay systems, occupational safety and the work environment, migration, integration of foreign nationals, international cooperation in social security, social dialogue and collective bargaining, working conditions, work organisation, legislation on all these areas in particular labour law, and other related subjects.
Structure: The journal is divided into two parts of roughly the same size. The sections are itemized by the form, their scope is flexible.
The first part is the Reviewed essays and Studies section, containing solely papers that the editorial board approves for publication after review.
The second part contains papers not subjected to review and divided into the following sections (the number and content may be modified as required):
- From the European Union
- EU-supported Projects
- Statistics and Analysis
- Practical Findings
- Items of Interest from the Foreign Press
- Information Service for Readers, which contains the following sub-sections:Reviews (reviews of interesting publications)
- From the Domestic Press
- From the Foreign Press
- Additions to the Library and Information Services Department’s Stock