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    "Europe's human dimension", Eurofound's 3rd European Quality of Life Survey, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    29/11/2012

    Only if policy-makers stay alert to the signals that citizens are sending will they be able to apply policy that focuses on key priorities and addresses the population's main concerns.

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    "Statement on the 2013 Annual Growth Survey on the joint employment report", press conference, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    28/11/2012

    Implementation of active inclusion strategies combining activation, income support and enabling social services is crucial. Links between social assistance and activation should be reinforced. We need to prevent marginalisation and enable everyone to contribute to the economy.

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    "Facing new challenges – How social innovation contributes to active inclusion", EUROFOUND-SOLIDAR Joint conference, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    27/11/2012

    We need to sustain social investment into human capital and social cohesion to avoid much higher costs in the future. Adopting such a longer term perspective is challenging in the current circumstances, especially with the strong pressures being put on public expenditure.

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    "Developing more effective instruments and strategies to support social innovation in the EU: the way forward", Conference on social innovation and social policy experimentation, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    26/11/2012

    Evidence-based policy-making and adequate scaling-up of successful innovations should help ensure our social protection systems are fit for purpose, sustainable and efficient.

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    "Tackling long-term care challenges", European Symposium for Family Assistants, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    22/11/2012

    Without decisive actions by the Member States, supported by the Commission, we not only risk an under-supply of care services for an ageing population, but also the vanishing of a precious source of employment for the years to come.

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    "Active ageing – a challenge for the individual and for society", Gulbenkian Foundation Conference, Lisbon Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    19/11/2012

    The European Year promotes active ageing in three areas — employment, participation in society, and living independently. In practice it means fostering an active-ageing culture that includes older people, rather than excluding them — a culture that develops their potential rather than focusing on their weaknesses, that empowers instead of patronising them.

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    "Managing restructuring through a European framework", S&D seminar, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    15/11/2012

    Restructuring is a topical issue that affects every country in Europe and a major source of concern in the context of the recession. Not only managing but also anticipating this phenomenon is a crucial element of the new labour market dynamism.

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    "Tackling child poverty", 7th European Forum on the Rights of the Child, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    13/11/2012

    Child poverty and social exclusion is on the rise in many Member States and we need to do more to ensure that poverty is not the reason for removing a child from their family. Welfare policies are essential instruments by helping parents' access to the labour market and supporting adequate living conditions.

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    "Investing for a job-rich recovery in Europe", University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    09/11/2012

    Let's not forget that Europe's workforce is a, if not the, major source of growth, and we need to do all we can to ensure that it realises its potential. We need to invest in people's skills, because our present economic crisis in combination with longer-term structural trends necessitates a massive reallocation of human resources within the economy from activities that are not sustainable to those that are.

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    "Improving Access to Labour Market Information for Migrants & Employers", LINET Expert Seminar, Brussels Choisir les traductions du lien précédent 

    06/11/2012

    The issue of economic migration needs to be adequately integrated in these policies and investments since migrants represent an important share of the EU workforce. However, at the EU level, we are still far from a satisfactory valorisation of the available migrant human resources. In addition, Europe remains less attractive than the USA, Canada or Australia when it comes to highly qualified migrants.

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