The European Minimum Income Network (EMIN) held a Peer Review in October 2011 between the 5 selected countries in the EMIN project (Belgium, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland and Italy).
The review looked at issues to do with adequacy, coverage and take up of Minimum Income Schemes as well as proposing steps that could be taken for the progressive realization of adequate Minimum Income Schemes.
Perspective on these topics were also brought to the discussion from the partners in the project. This report presents the findings and discussions that were part of this Peer Review. Comments on the report and the proposals would be welcomed.