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European Digital Skills and Jobs Platform: getting National coalitions on board
11 National Coalitions for digital skills and jobs submitted proposals to contribute to the Digital Skills and Jobs Platform. This online tool will mobilise the community and engage citizens and policy makers to bridge the digital skills gap in Europe.
Luxembourg relaunches its Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition
Digital Luxembourg, Chambre de Commerce and Chambre des Métiers have relaunched the national coalition to tackle the lack of digital skills by unveiling a new governance structure, revised action plan and clear focus.
Czech Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition supports cooperation in digital education

On 22 November 2019, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, organised the annual meeting for the members of Czech Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition – Digikoalice. The aim of the meeting was to identify synergies and possibilities of cooperation between actors in the field of digital education in 2020. “Today's annual meeting should show how the private sector, the public sector, schools and other partners listen to each other,” said Jaroslav Faltýn, Deputy Director at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.

Photo of the participants of the annual meeting of the Czech Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition.
Digital skills news from the European Commission
Blog post by Roberto Viola: The platform economy - Revolutionising the world of work
The way we work in the future will be radically different. But there are still challenges to be overcome in supporting and managing the changes ahead as we move increasingly towards the “platform economy”. I touched on several of them in my recent speech at the Rethinking the Future of Work conference in Amsterdam, which I also want to share here.
Report concludes that with right investment Artificial Intelligence talent can spread across more industries and countries
A newly published report by LinkedIn concludes that while Europe has a relatively smaller pool of Artificial Intelligence (AI) talent compared to the US, it has strong ecosystems in place – driven by large, well-established companies in the industrial champions in Member States. With the right investments in training, further strengthening AI hubs and diversifying the workforce, policy leaders and businesses can help that talent diffuse across more industries and countries.
The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition brings together Member States, companies, social partners, non-profit organisations and education providers, who take action to tackle the lack of digital skills in Europe. This newsletter provides the latest news related to digital skills and the Coalition.

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