Public Social Service. Eldercare, Childcare and Healthcare
The Danish bumble bee. How does it fly?
The welfare systems of Scandinavia are renowned world wide. The social services are promoting their population's good health and a high standard of social equality. The elderly, children, disabled and ill are cared for in high quality public day care centres and institutions and by the healthcare sector. The general tendency of Denmark is to follow a labour market policy aimed at a near-full employment of both sexes. Denmark has a flexicurity model at the labour market. The public educational system is free and of a high quality so are the main services in the public healthcare sector.
Meet the decision makers, the offices, the institutions and in the healthcare sector and the people working in the public sector that make the bumble bee fly.