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  • 12/01/2018

    Social Agenda 50 – The new social dimension

    Things are moving fast as employment and social affairs make up a decisive part of the roadmap to a more united and democratic EU by June 2019, announced by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in September 2017: the Commission proposals to make it happen must be on the table of the European Parliament and Council by May 2018 at the latest.

    We explain how the European Pillar of Social Rights, proclaimed by EU leaders last November, serves as a framework for preparing them and is strengthening the social dimension of EU economic governance.

    We also review proposals for an EU framework to raise the quality of apprenticeships, report on evidence of an urgent need to take on intergenerational inequality and show how social innovation is a must to ensure sustainable economic growth.

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  • 19/03/2018

    Projects and organisations funded by the European Union Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) – Report 8

    Employment has reached record highs in Europe with more than 236 million Europeans at work. Yet, large disparities remain between countries or age groups. At the same time, employers report difficulties in finding people with the right skills. So there is still work to do. The Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI) is a clear expression of the Commission's firm commitment to create jobs and growth and improve social conditions across Europe. This 8th report showcases 7 successful and inspiring projects supported by EaSI in 2014-2017.

  • 19/03/2018

    The Role of PES in Outreach to the Inactive Population - Study report

    The inactive population is not a traditional target group for the Public Employment Services (PES), although a significant share of it wants to work and is potentially available for work. The study surveys existing policy regimes and outreach measures for three target groups among the inactive that are central to current policy discussions on increasing labour force participation and social inclusion: 1) Inactive older workers; 2) Working-age women not in the labour force; and 3)  Ethnic minorities and migrants. It also depicts in more detail six case studies from Austria, Germany, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal and Sweden.

  • 16/03/2018

    A Comparative Overview of Public Administration Characteristics and Performance in EU28

    The study presents a comparative overview of the key characteristics and performance of the national administrations in the EU. It explores five dimensions of the public institutions in EU countries: transparency and accountability, organisation, policy making, human resources management and service delivery. The analysis is based on systematic evidence that was collected by an EC research project between end 2016 and April 2017. The quantitative and qualitative information maps the similarities and differences among the 28 EU Member States with regard to size of government, scope and structure of public administration, key features of the civil service system, the politico-administrative context and especially an indicator-based assessment of government capacity and performance in the five dimensions of administrative reform. This overview is a first step to understand better the specific characteristics, functioning and change dynamics of public administration across the EU Member States.

  • 16/03/2018

    Mapping of VET graduate tracking measures in EU Member States – Final report

    The systematic review and renewal of Vocational Education and Training (VET) is crucial to ensuring its continued quality and labour-market relevance. A better understanding of the performance of VET graduates in the labour market is one of the key sources for assessing and improving the quality and labour market relevance of VET, alongside forecasts of skills supply and demand. This study has four specific objectives:

    • Objective 1: Mapping of VET graduate tracking measures used at system level accompanied by illustrative examples at provider level;
    • Objective 2: Analysis of graduate VET tracking measures and development of their typology;
    • Objective 3: Identification of strengths and weaknesses of these measures and definition of recommendations for issues to be improved at Member State and EU levels;
    • Objective 4: Review of options for EU activities in this field to improve data collection systems both at national and EU level.

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  • 16/03/2018

    The European Qualifications Framework: supporting learning, work and cross-border mobility

    The European Qualifications Framework for lifelong learning (EQF) aims to improve the
    transparency, comparability and portability of people’s qualifications.


    The EQF was set up in 2008 as a common reference framework of qualifications, expressed as learning outcomes at increasing levels of proficiency.


    The framework serves as a translation device between different qualifications systems and their levels. It is intended to benefit learners, workers, job-seekers, employers, trade unions, education and training providers, qualification recognition bodies and government authorities (including international organisations).