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The European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) has published its annual thematic report. The report outlines changes and new developments during the past year in the area of child and family policies across the EU Member States.
This award, developed in cooperation with the expert group Platform of European Associations of VET providers, Obessu and ETUCE, aims to identify a VET teacher and/or trainer who has excelled in improving the VET learning/training experience of youngsters or adults.
The European Investment Fund (EIF) and ALTUM, a state-owned development institution of Latvia, have signed a microfinance guarantee agreement under the EU Programme for Employment and Social Innovation (EaSI).
The European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) has published a policy memo on the effective implementation of evidence-based programmes.
The role of the Education and Training Working Group on Adult Learning 2016-2018 was to identify policies that promote and support workplace learning of adults. The report presents the outcomes of its work.
Six new Flash Reports prepared by the European Social Policy Network (ESPN) are now available and provide information on recent social policy developments in Belgium, Greece, Lithuania, Slovakia, Spain and Sweden.
This award, developed in cooperation with the expert group Platform of European Associations of VET providers, aims to identify a European provider of vocational education and training (VET) that has contributed to VET excellence through innovative practices.
The European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) has published a policy memo on approaches to education for unaccompanied migrant children in Europe.
Not only large companies invest in their employees. There are many examples across Europe of micro, small and medium entrepreneurs who value their workers and support their development. The Training at Work Award wishes to recognize and reward the most active among them.
A new EPIC policy memo provides a brief description of current paternity and parental leave provisions and explores how these provisions might need to change in view of the initiatives launched under the European Pillar of Social Rights.