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  • 12/01/2018

    Social Agenda 50 – The new social dimension

    Things are moving fast as employment and social affairs make up a decisive part of the roadmap to a more united and democratic EU by June 2019, announced by European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker in September 2017: the Commission proposals to make it happen must be on the table of the European Parliament and Council by May 2018 at the latest.

    We explain how the European Pillar of Social Rights, proclaimed by EU leaders last November, serves as a framework for preparing them and is strengthening the social dimension of EU economic governance.

    We also review proposals for an EU framework to raise the quality of apprenticeships, report on evidence of an urgent need to take on intergenerational inequality and show how social innovation is a must to ensure sustainable economic growth.

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  • 20/12/2016

    Labour market policy - Expenditure and participants - Data 2013

    Labour market policies are financial and practical policies that can help people in disadvantaged groups in the labour market move from inactivity and unemployment into employment or find better fitting jobs. They are varied and include job searching mechanisms, activation interventions and income supports (unemployment benefits). A set of these policies are grouped together as "measures" or activation policies and include training, employment incentives, supported employment and rehabilitation, direct job creation, start-up incentives. The publication provides data on expenditure and participants in the different types of LMP intervention in 29 countries (EU Member States plus Norway) as well as related indicators that are used for monitoring the Employment Guidelines.

  • 20/12/2016

    Labour market policy - Expenditure and participants - Data 2014

    Labour market policies are financial and practical policies that can help people in disadvantaged groups in the labour market move from inactivity and unemployment into employment or find better fitting jobs. They are varied and include job searching mechanisms, activation interventions and income supports (unemployment benefits). A set of these policies are grouped together as "measures" or activation policies and include training, employment incentives, supported employment and rehabilitation, direct job creation, start-up incentives. The publication provides data on expenditure and participants in the different types of LMP intervention in 29 countries (EU Member States plus Norway) as well as related indicators that are used for monitoring the Employment Guidelines.

  • 19/12/2016

    Social Agenda 46 – Boosting youth employment

    The EU Youth Guarantee has got off to a good start: in 2014 and 2015, it made a difference in the lives of more than 9 million young people across Europe and it is driving in-depth structural reforms in the Member States. Social Agenda n°46 explains how and highlights what more needs to be done to accelerate and release the full potential of the national plans for implementing the Youth Guarantee. With a blueprint of a European Pillar of Social Rights due for adoption in 2017, Social Agenda also explains the context in which this initiative was born. And it puts the spotlight on plans to achieve more evidence-based social policy making by modernising the way data from social surveys is collected and used across the EU.

  • 16/12/2016

    Comparative Analysis of the Australian Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning: Joint Technical Report

    This report presents the findings of the joint Australia/Europe working group on a comparative analysis of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF) and the European Qualifications Framework (EQF). The purpose of this report is to analyse and document the technical and conceptual characteristics of the EQF and the AQF in their operational contexts, and systematically identify key elements of their comparability, similarities and differences.

  • 16/12/2016

    Fondo Social Europeo: Invirtiendo en las personas

    Este folleto describe cómo el Fondo Social Europeo (FSE) apoya a las personas que de otra manera no tendrían la oportunidad de asistir a formación, obtener cualificaciones y conseguir buenos empleos. Debido a su magnitud y su alcance, el Fondo ejerce una gran influencia en el mercado laboral y la sociedad en general. En algunos países, alrededor el 90 % del gasto destinado a medidas relacionadas con el mercado laboral procede del FSE. El Fondo es el principal instrumento de la UE para alcanzar los objetivos de aumentar el empleo, reducir la pobreza y mejorar el rendimiento escolar en toda la Unión.

    Esta publicación explica cómo funciona el FSE, presenta los resultados obtenidos desde el período de financiación 2007-2013 hasta la fecha, así como algunos ejemplos de la vida real sobre cómo el Fondo ha ayudado a algunos de los millones de personas que apoya cada año.