Public consultation on service provision to long-term unemployed
Employment, Social Affairs
All citizens and organisations that are interested in and/or affected by policy on long-term unemployment are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Contributions are particularly sought from central, regional and local governments, ministries, public authorities, workers' organisations/trade unions, employers' organisations, small or medium enterprises, large companies, NGOs, individual citizens, researchers/academics and think-tanks/consultancies.
|Period of consultation||from : 19/02/2015 To : 15/05/2015|
|Objective of the consultation||
The main purpose of this consultation is to collect thoughts and opinions from citizens, key stakeholders and experts on measures for long-term unemployed to bring them back into employment, and to shorten the period they are unemployed. In particular we would be grateful to hear your views on:
|How to submit your contribution|
We welcome contributions from citizens, organisations and public authorities through online questionnaire (EUSurvey).
Please note that in order to ensure a fair and transparent consultation process only responses received through the online questionnaire will be taken into account and included in the report summarising the responses.
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|Reference documents and other, related consultations||
Responsible service : DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Unit C3
E-mail : EMPL-CONSULTATION-LTU@ec.europa.eu
Postal address :DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Unit C3
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