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Yesterday Commissioner Thyssen presented the annual review of employment and social developments in the European Union.
Today, following an agreement by social partners on working conditions in the fishing sector, the European Commission is translating the agreement into a legal proposal for a Directive. In 2013, the EU social partners in the fishing sector reached an agreement, which proposed to align EU law with the 2007 "Work in Fishing" Convention of the International Labour Organisation (ILO).
The activity (or participation) rate measures the share of working-age people who are in the labour force, including both those in employment and unemployment. There has been a constant growth in activity rates among developed countries during the last decades.
The European Commission published its fourth monitoring report in which it gathers good practices of projects across Europe, which on the one hand focused on the Your First EURES Job (YfEJ) initiative, and on the other on projects relating to employment, social protection and working conditions (the so-called PROGRESS axis of EaSI)
On 27 May 2016 the European Platform to enhance cooperation in tackling undeclared work will be launched in Brussels.
On 21 April partners of the BESPAT project discussed the European dimension of personal and household services (PHS) with members of the EU institutions and representatives of the most important European PHS networks.
On 14 April 2016, the fifth meeting of the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) High Level Working Group on Employment and Labour (HLWG) took place in Brussels.
On 13 April a conference was organised by IMPact (Improving Measurement of Public Support to Personal and Household Services), an EU project co-funded by the PROGRESS programme of the EU.