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  • 19/07/2012

    FMW - Online Journal on free movement of workers No 4

    Freedom of movement is one of the EU’s fundamental freedoms and the Online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union is an important resource for people looking for information on this subject.  Produced twice a year by independent academic experts coordinated by the Radboud University Nijmingen, this edition contains three articles: one on labour mobility by EU-8 citizens, another on student mobility and lastly a piece of research on the mobility of social benefits. This online journal is available in English only.

  • 22/12/2011

    FMW Online journal of free movement of workers No 3

    FMW, the online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union, is a twice-yearly publication coordinated by the network of experts on free movement of workers, through a Board of Advisors, under the supervision of the European Commission. Its aim is to develop academic interest and stimulate debate on this fundamental area of European law. In this third issue, past judgments of the Court of Justice of the European Union are at the heart of the authors' analysis. In the first contribution Koen Lenaerts, judge at the Court of Justice, explores how the Court has determined the existence of a cross-border element in the light of recent cases such as Rottmann, Ruiz Zambrano, and McCarthy. The second contribution by Camelia Toader, judge at the Court of Justice, together with her Legal Secretary Andrei Florea, points out certain key aspects pertaining to the development of the free movement of workers. The third contribution by Diane Roland, Senior Lecturer at Lincoln Law School, questions the coherency and consistency of interpretation of some recent cases of the Court in the field of freedom of movement of workers and education. If you are interested in contributing to the Journal, please contact us at: empl-freemovement@ec.europa.eu. This online Journal is available in English only.

  • 03/08/2011

    FMW - Online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union No 2

    FMW, the online Journal on free movement of workers within the European Union, is a twice-yearly publication coordinated by the network of experts on free movement of workers, through a Board of Advisors, under the supervision of the European Commission. Its aim is to develop academic interest and stimulate debate on this fundamental area of European law. In this second issue, we turn to two issues of central concern to EU workers who are using their free movement rights: the right to employment in a host Member State’s public sector for EU workers and the right to family life with family members in the host state.If you are interested in contributing to the Journal, please contact us at: empl-freemovement@ec.europa.eu. This online Journal is available in English only.

  • 24/01/2011

    Meta tista’ tibda ? Gwida prattika għar-reklutaġġ fl-Ewropa

    Is-suq tax-xogħol Ewropew sejjer jiffaċċja numru ta’ sfidi fis-snin li ġejjin. Sabiex ikunu mgħammra tajjeb biex jindirizzaw il-bidliet, dawk li jħaddmu jista’ jkollhom bżonn ifittxu madwar l-Ewropa għal impjegati bit-taħlita tajba ta’ ħiliet u kwalifiki. Din il-pubblikazzjoni hija intiża bħala gwida prattika dwar ir-reklutaġġ fl-Ewropa għal dawk li jħaddmu f’kull settur u ta’ kull daqs. Din il-pubblikazzjoni hi disponibbli f’format stampat fil-lingwi uffiċjali kollha tal-UE.

  • 09/12/2010

    Three tools to facilitate online job matching throughout Europe: ESCO, EURES, Match & Map

    The online tools ESCO, Match & Map and the improved EURES portal were created with the aim of improving and facilitating skills matching and increasing the efficiency with which jobseekers will find vacancies and employers will find candidates. This publication serves as an introduction to these three online matching tools developed by the European Commission. It is available in printed format in English, French and German.