In support of the initiatives 'Youth on the Move' and 'European platform against poverty' the European Commission organises on 17-18 November an evidence-based and policy-oriented conference on 'Youth and Social Inclusion'.
The White Paper on Active Ageing will be presented on 3 November in the auditorium of Imserso’s Central Services, in Madrid.
The Convention, to be organised on 17-18 October in Krakow, will review the progress made towards the headline target of reducing poverty and social exclusion by at least 20 million by 2020 and the implementation of the European Platform against Poverty. It will also debate suggestions for future actions.
Organised in the frame of the European Alliance for Families, the seminar will discuss how EU societies are doing with the rise in family form diversity and the overall delay in family formation.
Eight major European cities will organise in September - October national workshops on active inclusion of young people, presenting their main research findings and promoting the exchange of knowledge between national stakeholders.
The conference to be held on 15 September in Brussels will address wage developments and their impact on competitiveness and social cohesion, through a high-level debate between researchers, employment policy makers and social partners.
The final conference of the project “Reducing Illegal Employment in Private Households of the Elderly” will be held in Brussels on the 1st March, from 2 to 5:30pm.
The Council of Europe - in partnership with the European Commission - is organising this conference on 28 February and 1 March 2011.
The conference aims to contribute to the new generation of learning strategies. It will bring together diverse policy/decision-makers and experts, to discuss current trends on mature and older adult education.
In November - December each of the ten Local Authority Observatories on Active Inclusion will organise a national workshop, presenting its main research findings and promoting the exchange of knowledge between national stakeholders.