Ņemiet vērā, ka jaunumi, raksti un notikumu apraksti var būt pieejami tikai angļu, franču un/vai vācu valodā.
Sociālās programmas 2016. gada decembra izdevums lielā mērā ir veltīts tam, kāda ir ES nodarbinātības un sociālās politikas ietekme konkrēti uz vietas.
The latest annual review of Employment and Social Developments in Europe (ESDE) published today shows encouraging results. Around 3 million jobs have been created and employment has risen, pushing back poverty. However, unemployment remains high, with huge disparities across Member States. Labour markets and societies will need to adapt to new forms of work.
The European Commission welcomes today's adoption by the EU's Council of Ministers of the Directive which aims at improving the working conditions in the fishing sector.
Goda Tokere is the founder of Oh My Goda, a successful fashion company. She’s also one of a growing number of young Lithuanians that have been able to develop skills, gain experience and access new careers through the Youth Guarantee scheme.
A new Flash Report prepared by the European Social Policy Network provides information on the policy debate on limiting profits in the welfare sector in Sweden.
Today the European Commission is presenting a revision of the EU legislation on social security coordination.
The closing ceremony of the first European Vocational Skills Week on Friday, 9 December 2016 gathered some 600 participants from Vocational Education and Training, business, social partners, chambers of commerce, civil society, think tanks, research bodies and public authorities. More than 900 activities and events registered as part of the Week took place between September and December all over Europe.
The Commission launched its first learning mobility scoreboards for initial vocational education and training (IVET) and higher education (HE) today on the occasion of the European Vocational Skills Week.
Today, the Commission launches its initiative Investing in Europe’s Youth, outlining measures to boost youth employment, improve and modernise education, increase investment in skills of young people, and to enhance better opportunities to learn and study abroad.
On 2 December 2016, the tri-partite Advisory Committee on Vocational Training (ACVT) adopted unanimously an Opinion on a Shared Vision on Quality and Effective Apprenticeships and Work-based Learning. The opinion represents an important call from governments, trade unions and employers' organisations from EU Member States and partner countries to further strengthen efforts to increase quality and effectiveness of apprenticeships and work-based learning.