Aktuality, akce a články mohou být k dispozici pouze v angličtině, francouzštině a/nebo němčině.
The European Commission has launched a public consultation in the context of the evaluation of the four EU agencies under the remit of DG Employment.
The European Commission and the World Bank have recently unveiled a report profiling the unemployed and inactive populations in six EU countries (Estonia, Lithuania, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Greece).
The European Commission has published today the sixth edition of the EU Social Dialogue newsletter.
Council of Europe Secretary General Thorbjørn Jagland and European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion László Andor announced today plans to reinforce local authorities' efforts to overcome inequalities between Roma and non-Roma citizens in their municipalities.
The European Commission launched a special edition of the EU social dialogue newsletter, featuring success stories on 31 sectoral social dialogue achievements at European level.
A common set of standards to improve consultation, participation and dialogue with partners during the planning, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of projects financed by the European Structural and Investment Funds (ESIF) has been adopted today by the European Commission.
Jak se píše v listopadovém čísle Sociální agendy, inovace mohou napomáhat růstu podporujícímu sociální začlenění, boji proti chudobě, zajištění úspěšného přechodu k zelené ekonomice a provádění záruky pro mladé lidi.
The European Commission has published today the fourth edition of the EU Social Dialogue newsletter.
The European Commission has proposed to create a new scoreboard to allow for better and earlier identification of major employment and social problems in the framework of the European Semester, the EU's yearly economic policy-making cycle.
The European Commission has launched today a consultation with representatives of trade unions and employers' organisations on possible future EU measures to prevent and deter undeclared work through improved cooperation between Member States enforcement authorities, such as labour inspectorates, tax and social security authorities.