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ESCO and the new Europass: occupations and skills for lifelong career management
The European Commission is launching a modernised Europass to better serve the needs of workers and learners.
World Refugee Day: How the EU Skills Profile Tool is helping integration in the labour market
To commemorate World Refugee Day on 20 June, the European Commission is showcasing how two Member States that have been hit by the COVID-19 crisis are using the EU Skills Profile Tool for Third Country Nationals to help integrate refugees and other third country nationals into their labour market.
Reinforcing Social Europe – Commission launches consultation roadshow
Commissioner for Jobs and Social Rights, Nicolas Schmit, will this week kick off a series of virtual consultations on the future of Social Europe with stakeholders in Member States.
Virtual conference on CoVEs on 16 June
On 16 June 2020 Tknika the leader of the EXAM 4.0 one of the Centres of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) Pilots projets supported by Erasmus+, organised a virtual conference about the Centres of Vocational Excellence.
Action plan to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights: Social partner hearing on 8 June
On 8 June 2020 a high-level hearing of social partners on the planned Action Plan to implement the European Pillar of Social Rights took place via videoconference.
EPIC publishes memo on inclusion in early childhood education and care
The European Platform for Investing in Children (EPIC) has published a new policy memo focusing on inclusion in early childhood education and care in European Union Member States.
Access City Award 2021 now open for applications
Applications for the 11th Access City Award competition are now open. EU cities have until 9 September to apply.
COVID-19: the impact on undeclared work and key challenges
The European Platform tackling undeclared work has been quick to respond to the immediate challenges from the COVID-19 outbreak and is looking into solutions on how this transition could be achieved.
FEAD reaches almost 13 million people in the EU including many children
In 2018, the European Aid to the Most Deprived (FEAD) reached 13 million people, the Summary Report on the FEAD implementation says. The estimate was done by the partner organisations which deliver the support.
Coronavirus: biological agents directive updated to better protect the health and safety of workers
The Commission has published today an update to the biological agents directive to further improve the safety of workers in the EU.