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The results of the 2022 EAfA Awards are in!
On 18 May, the European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) held an online celebration event to announce the winners of this year’s EAfA Awards.
ESF: Italian project wins 2022 Vocational Education and Training award
The project “Training of food production operators”, managed by the Piemonte Region (Italy), won the 2022 excellence awards for Vocational Education and Training (VET). The awards showcase talent, hard work and dedication of individuals and organisations to take VET to the next level, which focus this year’s was on ‘Upskilling/reskilling workforces for a fair green transition - green skills and jobs’.
Euronews: where is Europe finding the money to host millions of Ukrainian refugees?
In its latest episode, Euronews Real Economy magazine travels to Romania, to see how the country is showing unprecedented solidarity in welcoming people that fled the war in Ukraine. Euronews takes a look at which EU funds are helping member states deal with the cost of this humanitarian emergency.
Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Member States commit to tackling the employment and employability challenges of the most vulnerable, especially among youth and women
The fifth Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) Ministerial on Employment and Labour, held on 17 and 18 May in Marrakech, Morocco, focused on “Employment and employability of the most vulnerable, especially among youth and women”.
First Member States pledge around €270 million to implement ALMA initiative
The first Member States have expressed their commitment to implement the Commission's new initiative ALMA (‘Aim, Learn, Master, Achieve') to support disadvantaged young people on their way into the job market or further education.
Commission adopts €2 billion Partnership Agreement with Finland for 2021-2027
The Commission has adopted its Partnership Agreement with Finland, laying down Finland's €2 billion cohesion policy investment strategy for the period 2021-2027. The funds will support Finland in promoting economic, social and territorial cohesion, with a focus on key EU priorities such as the green and digital transition.
ESF+ project in Sweden supports young unemployed people
The “Moves” project - funded by the European Social Fund (ESF) - supports disadvantaged young people between 18 and 30 years of age, including school leavers, the long-term unemployed, people with disabilities, and people experiencing mental health difficulties.
REACT-EU: €84.3 million to support economic and social recovery in Finland, Germany and Latvia
The European Commission granted to Finland, Germany and Latvia an additional €84.3 million in total under REACT-EU to support the post-pandemic recovery and the greening and digitalisation of their economy, as well as to support people in need, including people fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Creating pathways to employment for immigrants through language learning
Funded by the European Social Fund (ESF), the ‘Bremen Integration Qualification’ (BIQ) project supports young immigrants and people fleeing the war in Ukraine to learn German by offering language lessons five days a week.
ESF+ project in Bulgaria support disadvantaged people an artistic innovative web platform
The Bulgarian project “TheSocialMarket.eu”, co-funded through the European Social Fund (ESF), was launched in 2020 as one of the initiatives of the Co-network of Social Enterprises. It aimed at helping social enterprises employing disadvantaged people to face these challenges.