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  • News Item 26 Feb 2015
    Progress in financial education

    Financial education is of paramount importance to increase financial literacy and financial education that is accessible to everyone will benefit society as a whole. Financial education should be seen as a comprehensive policy in which all stakeholders work together.

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2013
    4 pages
    Employment and Training – practical lessons from the Austrian experience
    Conclusions of the debate which took place during the Extraordinary Meeting of the Employers’ Group Bureau in Vienna on 22nd October 2013.
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    Conference - Cedefop, Thessaloniki, Greece

    This conference of the Labour Market Observatory was hosted by CEDEFOP (European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training), in Thessaloniki.

  • Document Item 8 Jun 2012 Youth Education and Employment within the Europe 2020 Strategy Conference organised by the Various Interersts Group, Sofia, Bulgaria
  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2013
    44 pages
    Financial Education for all

    Financial education strategies and best practices within the European Union. This publication is based on an own-initiative opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee on Financial education and responsible consumption of financial products adopted on 14 July 2011.

  • Publication Item
    Published In: 2013
    6 pages
    5 ideas for a younger europe
    The five ideas are a distillation of the dreams and aspirations encountered across Europe. Concrete proposals on democracy, employment, rights, education, and the European public sphere.
  • Press Release Item 11 Mar 2013
    Ref: 21/2013
    Education is the path to a better Internet To make the Internet safer, European countries should favour education and empowerment over centralized policing, argues the European Economic and Social Committee. Social networking and new online technologies have triggered the development of flexible communication tools across a broad spectrum of our lives, work and culture. At the same time, however, the growth of the digital society has given rise to potentially harmful or illegal content and activities, exposing Internet users to substantial risks.
  • Speech Item 5 Mar 2013 Organisation: EESC, Speaker: Staffan Nilsson
    Opening address at the "Language rich Europe: Multilingualism for stable and prosperous societies" Language competences are vital in order to foster mobility of workers and students and ultimately to improve the employability of the European workforce. Thus it is necessary to work in all possible ways on improving the language competences of Europeans. We need good language policies and practices which can lead to successful language learning. In recent years, the EESC has drawn up three opinions for the European institutions on Europe's multilingualism strategy. Also, multilingualism policy has always been part of the EESC's political priorities.
  • Speech Item 7 Feb 2013 Organisation: EESC, Speaker: Staffan Nilsson
    Informal Meeting of Ministers for Employment, Social Policy, Health and Consumer Affairs (EPSCO) In my work programme as the President of the EESC, my goal is to consolidate the social dimension of the EU: improve employment conditions and promote social integration, fighting the poverty and exclusion that are afflicting vulnerable groups across all of Europe. A social Europe is a Europe with a society that combines economic growth with high living standards and good working conditions, or at least decent jobs and worthy living conditions for all. A social Europe is a society that cares about its most vulnerable.
  • Document Item 31 Jan 2013
    11th Meeting of the Europe 2020 Steering Committee - 6 February 2013

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