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Substantial investment needed in EU education and training systems, says EESC

On 23 February the EESC adopted two opinions addressing the issues of education and training and vocational skills development in the EU. Initiatives intended to promote high quality education for all could be meaningless, the EESC warned, if the austerity measures still in place in many EU countries prevented these from making the highly needed investments. As for the Commission's New Skills Agenda, the EESC wishes to see more innovative solutions focusing on social and gender perspectives, non-formal and informal learning and entrepreneurship as a life skill.

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  • Issue Date: February 2017
    EESC info February 2017

    IN THIS ISSUE: The European Pillar of Social Rights must be a positive project for all; Europe’s economic future is digital; Innovation and science for the benefit of all: so what’s new? Politicians and civil society must act against human trafficking, says the EESC

     

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