Euro-Mediterranean Conference on Skills development and social dialogue in textile and clothing sector in the Euro-Mediterranean Area
|Datum:||10/04 > 11/04/2013|
Republic Street - VLT1117 Valletta - (Malta)
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On 10-11 April 2013 in Malta, the textile and clothing sector from the Euro-Mediterranean Area will discuss how social dialogue can address skill needs.
Representatives of national administrations, industrial associations, trade union and educations centres in textile and clothing from the Euro-Mediterranean Area will:
• assess the industry's skills needs and expectations;
• debate how the national administrations can work together with social partners in solving the longstanding and growing skills mismatch;
• emphasise the creation of stable and sustainable job and business opportunities in the area.
Participants will try to answer these two key questions:
• How can we assure that available trainings and education curricula match the needs of textile and clothing companies in the Euro-Mediterranean Area?
• What can we do to enhance the skills development in the textile and clothing industry?
For the first time participants from Western Balkans are invited, too.
The event is organised with the support of the TAIEX instrument and the Malta Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Link to video: European Skills Council - Textile Clothing and Leather
For more information about the background and recent activities of the Euro-Mediterranean Dialogue on textile and clothing, please see:
Documenten en links
- Draft programme (183 KB)
- Francesco Marchi, Euratex - European Apparel and Textile Confederation (1625 KB)
- José Manuel Galvin Arribas, European Training Foundation (736 KB)
- Macarena Gonzalez, ESCO TEXAN and Cotance (474 KB)
- Anna Sobczak, European Commission DG Enterprise and Industry (1229 KB)
- Mohamed Gamal, Spinning and Weaving Sector Programme, Egypt (9407 KB)
- Aura Mihai, Gheorge Asachi Technical University of Iasi, Romania (2551 KB)
- Stéphanie Le Berre, Euratex-European Apparel and Textile Confederation (1217 KB)
- Jan Callaert, IndustriAll European Trade Union, ACV-CSC Metea Belgium (2163 KB)
- Mario De Araujo, Autex Universidade do Minho, Portugal (195 KB)
- Mohamed El Saiad, Tricot El Saiad Company, Egypt (4734 KB)
- Hédi Charfi, Fenatex, Tunisia (4768 KB)
- Emre Eren Korkmaz, Turkish Trade Union Disk Tekstil, Turkey (56 KB)
- Bora Kocaman, Turkish Texile Employers'Association, Turkey (5234 KB)
- Dina Seisah, Garment Design and Training Services Center, Jordan (2556 KB)
- Heder Rosendo, Technological Centre for the Textile and Clothing Industry of Portugal, CITEVE, Portugal (1608 KB)
- Ipek Artüz, IMA-Istanbul Moda Academy, Turkey (2144 KB)
- Hélène Seigneur, Aix-Marseille Université et la Maison méditerranéenne des métiers de la mode, France (544 KB)
- Dominique Jacomet, Institut français de la mode, France (2030 KB)
- Mohamed Anouar Jamali, Ecole supérieure des industries du textile et de l'habillement, Morocco (2700 KB)
- Norbert Schöbel, European Commission, DG Employment and Social Policy, Head of Sector Social Dialogue and Industrial Relations (576 KB)
- Luc Triangle, IndustriAll European Trade Union (529 KB)
- Anton Rozman, STUPIS Textile Union, Slovenia (536 KB)
- Mohamed Tazi, Association marocaine des industries du textile et de l'habilement, Morocco (505 KB)
- Khatar Sleiman, Syndicate of Textiles Industrialists, Lebanon (146 KB)
- Natasa Sivevska, Textile Trade Association, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (465 KB)
- Maria Beatriz Mello da Cunha, International Labour Organisation (1178 KB)
- Rob Senden, IVOC, Belgium (678 KB)
- Milan Lusic, Varteks, Croatia (180 KB)
DG Enterprise and Industry