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EURES tgħin lill-ħaddiema jimxu minn pajjiż għall-ieħor
Is-Servizz ta’ l-Impjiegi ta’ l-Ewropa (EURES) hu network ta’ ko-operazzjoni mfassal biex jiffaċilita l-moviment ħieles tal-ħaddiema fiż-Żona Ekonomika Ewropea; l-Isvizzera hi involuta wkoll. Fost is-sħab fin-network hemm servizzi ta’ impjiegi pubbliċi, trade union, u organizzazzjonijiet ta’ min iħaddem. In-network hu kkoordinat mill-Kummissjoni Ewropea.
The Ministry of Education and Employment (MEDE) is responsible for education in Malta. The Government’s education policy is underscored by two main premises; equity and quality. This commitment is evidenced by an inclusive policy at all levels of education and the provision of free education to all from kindergarten to tertiary education in public schools. The Government also subsidises Church schools which do not charge tuition fees and gives tax rebates to parents sending their children to private schools. Compulsory education covers the ages 5 to 16 years and is divided into two main cycles; primary education (5 – 11 years) and secondary education (11 – 16 years).