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The Fourth Annual Convention of the European Platform against Poverty and Social Exclusion, a flagship initiative of the Europe 2020 strategy, will take place on 20-21 November 2014 in Brussels.
The Learning Exchange will take place in Ljubljana (Slovenia) on 11 November 2014. It will focus on the (mis)use of non-labour contracts to avoid Employment Protection Legislation (EPL) (civil contracts, bogus self-employment, student jobs, etc.).
The Learning Exchange took place in Dordrecht (Netherlands) on 28 October 2014. The aim of this Learning Exchange was to explore how to build capacity of the municipalities to deliver services for young people.
The Learning Exchange took place in Oslo (Norway) on 27 October 2014. It focused on eligibility criteria (e.g. requirements for job search, definition of suitable job offer, mobility requirements, binding nature of IAPs), monitoring of requirements (Job search, ALMP participation) and provisions for sanctioning (role and impact).
The EC-funded FreSsco (Free Movement and Social Security Coordination) network organises a bilateral Austrian-German seminar in Salzburg (Austria) on 27-28 October 2014.
The EC-funded FreSsco (Free Movement and Social Security Coordination) network organises a seminar in Lund (Sweden) on 17 October 2014.
The European Commission held a high-level expert conference on "Moving 'beyond GDP' in European economic governance" in Brussels on the 10th of October.
The EC-funded FreSsco (Free Movement and Social Security Coordination) network organised a seminar in Madrid (Spain) on 10 October 2014.
Speaking at the high-level conference on ‘The Europe 2020 poverty target: Lessons Learned and the Way Forward’, László Andor, European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, urged Member States to improve their social welfare systems, set more ambitious targets to reduce the number of people at risk of poverty or social exclusion and ensure those targets can be reached.
Care services are very important in facilitating parents’, especially women’s, labour market participation, but their effectiveness cannot be seen in isolation.