The European Commission today announced the British city of Chester as the winner of the Access City Award. Chester was chosen out of 43 cities from 21 EU countries, because of its inclusive measures for people with a disability in different sectors, in particular the tourism sector.
Today the European Commission made a proposal to allocate €1.8 million from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to the Dutch regions of Drenthe and Overijssel. This would support 800 former retail workers in finding new jobs
David Banović’s life and career was following a steady path. He was studying journalism and politics at university. He had a part-time job where he was learning basic administrative and accounting skills.
This seminar, which will take place in Brussels on 6 December, will present the final reports of a comprehensive International Labour Organization (ILO) Research Department project that assesses the impact of labour provisions on labour market outcomes.
As every year, the European Commission is celebrating the Day of Persons with Disabilities together with the European Disability Forum.
Spanish representatives from each of the regional Public Employment and Social Services, the ESF implementing bodies and from the central administration met in Brussels on 27 and 28 October 2016.