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FEAD peer exchange on involving target populations and stakeholders when designing social inclusion programmes
During this third Peer Exchange, 17 practitioners from Belgium, Croatia, Poland, Greece, Slovenia, Ireland, Bulgaria, France, Portugal, Spain and the European Commission, exchanged on concrete challenges and emerging practices of involving target population and relevant stakeholders in the design and implementation of accompanying measures and social inclusion programmes.
Commissioner Schmit shares his optimism for future of European labour markets in latest episode of PESPod
In the latest episode of PESPod - the podcast of the European PES Network - European Commissioner Nicolas Schmit, explains how Public Employment Services (PES) can successfully support the transitions needed to address Europe’s multiple labour market challenges.
European Globalisation Adjustment Fund: €5.4 million to support 801 dismissed workers in air transport and warehousing in Sardinia, Italy
Today, the European Commission proposes to support over 800 dismissed workers in Sardinia, Italy. These 801 people include 611 former Air Italy workers and 190 former workers of Porto Canale in Cagliari, who lost their jobs as a consequence of restructuring and globalisation.
Social partners consultation on social and labour aspects of a just transition towards climate neutrality
The consultation hearing on 22 October provided the social partners information about the preparation of the proposal for a Council Recommendation on the social and labour aspects of the just transition towards climate neutrality. The consultation also gathered their suggestions and opinions on the possible content.
Commission launches the dialogue with European social partners on a review of the EU sectoral social dialogue
On 21 October, the European Commission hosted its first technical seminar focusing on social partners’ contribution to policy making. It forms part of the review aiming to support the EU sectoral social dialogue to better embrace challenges in the world of work, such as digitalisation and new forms of work.
Dutch documentary “Traslasierra” wins the European Pillar of Social Rights Award
Last weekend the first ever European Pillar of Social Rights Award went to the short documentary "Traslasierra", which shows how anybody – including those with hearing impairments – can enjoy beautiful music.
Cinema meets social rights!
The European Commission sponsors the “European Pillar of Social Rights” Award at the International Social Film Festival of Castilla-La Mancha (FECISO), taking place in Toledo.
Public consultation on EaSI and EPMF programmes now open (deadline: 28 December 2021)
The consultation, open until 28 December 2021, aims at supporting the ex post evaluation of the Employment and Social Innovation Programme (EaSI) and the final evaluation of the European Progress Microfinance Facility (EPMF).
Coronavirus: €1.2 million to support 300 dismissed workers in the Basque metal sector
Today, the Commission proposes to support 300 former workers in the metal sector in the Basque region in Spain, who lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new research note explores the state of play of school meals provisions across the EU
The European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) has published a research note that discusses available evidence on the provision of school meals across the European Union.