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1 Comparative Analysis of the australian Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning: Joint Technical Report
2 Expert Panel
3 26/04/2012
“Ping Pong, Never Too Old For Gold”, an encouraging movie to be released during the European Year for Active Ageing
4 03/03/2009
The Interaction between Local Employment Development and Corporate Social Responsibility
5 28/05/2012 - 01/06/2012
IFA 11th Global Conference on Ageing - Ageing Connects
6 Social Situation Monitor - Wealth levels
7 Social Situation Monitor - Issues in wealth measurement
8 02/06/2017
Commissioner Thyssen represented the EU at the G20 Labour and Employment Ministers` Meeting
9 22/09/2016
Who uses childcare? Inequalities in the use of formal early childhood education and care among very young children
10 22/03/2013
Improving links between migration policy and labour market needs: two new studies published by the LINET network on Recognition of Qualifications and on Improving Access to Labour Market Information
11 27/06/2012
EU Employment and Social Situation Quarterly Review – June 2012
12 Disability Pension
13 Old-Age Pension
14 Introducing the social innovation repository
15 Introducing the social innovation repository
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17 pdf Comparative Analysis of the australian Qualifications Framework and the European Qualifications Framework for Lifelong Learning: Joint Technical Report
18 pdf Older adults’ participation in unpaid care work. Rural-urban divide and gender, with examples from Sweden and australia (Ms Stina Johansson, University of Umeå)
19 pdf Demographic trends and population projections in public policy planning
  In most industrialised countries national population forecasts are probably widely used for all kind of different projections, simulations or impact analysis. However, very few countries seem to be interested in the actual use of official population forecasts, and therefore very few attempts have been made to look into who uses these forecasts and for what purpose. A survey by e-mails sent out in Spring 2005 among national population forecasters within EU-25 revealed that within Europe only the Netherlands and the UK have ever tried to systematically examine the use of demographic projections. Outside Europe, Australia and Canada have reported results of users surveys. In this report the principal findings of these attempts will be reviewed.
20 pdf Demographic trends and population projections in public policy planning - executive summary
  In most industrialised countries national population forecasts are probably widely used for all kind of different projections, simulations or impact analysis. However, very few countries seem to be interested in the actual use of official population forecasts, and therefore very few attempts have been made to look into who uses these forecasts and for what purpose. A survey by e-mails sent out in Spring 2005 among national population forecasters within EU-25 revealed that within Europe only the Netherlands and the UK have ever tried to systematically examine the use of demographic projections. Outside Europe, Australia and Canada have reported results of users surveys.