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  • Europe, business and bikes

    23 Apr 2012

    By: Staffan Nilsson

    We all worry about the millions of young skilled people in Europe, ready to enter the labour market, looking for a job. And they often begin their working life, if at all, in precarious, low-paid part-time employment. From the beginning of my term of office, I have consistently said: yes, Europe is affected by a very serious financial, budgetary, social and political crisis. And, no, I don't think the "crisis" should become some kind of mantra or a structural statement of fact. I want us to focus our attention on solutions; there are solutions! Even on a bike… Read More...



  • Conference - Cedefop, Thessaloniki, Greece

    This conference of the Labour Market Observatory, hosted by CEDEFOP (European centre for the development of vocational training) has been an occasion to look at issues such as: the future skills supply and demand in Europe, the matching of skills and competences with the labour market needs, the need to increase synergies between the worlds of education and work, the recognition of qualifications and the enhancement of intra-EU mobility of workers.

  • Conference - European Economic and Social Committee, Brussels, Belgium
    Conference on book publishing and the economic and social development in Europe at European and Social Economic Committee on 30 November 2011.
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    Education to Combat Social Exclusion
    Conference - Florence, Italy
    Learning, knowledge and understanding are the keys to sustainable social inclusion More than a quarter of Europeans are affected by social exclusion. Its causes are wide and varied and include poverty, disability, membership of an ethnic minority, difficulties in cultural integration, and job insecurity. In line with his programme and mandate, the President of the European Economic and Social Committee, Mr Mario Sepi, has decided that the 2010 Biennial Conference should address the issue of education as a fundamental tool in combating social exclusion of all kinds. This three-day conference in Firenze will bring together Italian and European personalities, as well as many civil society organisations, in order to debate the links between education and social exclusion. The results of the debates will be used concretely to feed the EU institutions' work in responding to the European citizens' expectations in this domain. Check also the Video Diary of the event.


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