EU Skills Panorama
Only in some countries is a larger proportion of immigrant students in schools related to lower student performance – and this relationship is mostly explained by the concentration of disadvantaged students in these schools.
Governments need to tackle persistent inequalities in education and focus on improving efficiencies in their education systems in order to ensure that every child, whatever their background, can realise their full potential and benefit from a good education, according to a new OECD report.
European Commission - Press release Brussels, 12 November 2015 The Education and Training Monitor 2015 shows progress in education attainment across Europe but reveals investment is needed to make education more inclusive and boost social mobility.
European Commission - Speech - [Check Against Delivery] Speech Speech Dublin, 13 November 2015 EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility, Marianne Thyssen at Maynooth University of Ireland, Dublin Ladies and gentlemen It is an honour for me to be here with you today – on my...
European Commission MEMO Brussels, 13 May 2014 The EU's Council of Ministers definitely adopted the new Enforcement Directive to increase the protection of workers temporarily posted abroad and enhance legal certainty on 13 May 2014 (see IP/14/542). The European Parliament approved the proposal on 16 April 2014 (STATEMENT/14/127).
High-skilled jobs as an important driver of overall employment growth in the EU and the impact of high-skill job creation goes beyond the highly educated workforce. If European regions are very unequal in terms of high-skill intensity, they are converging slowly.
UN Chief Executives Board endorses Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth, which ILO Director-General hails as exemplary system-wide effort for achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
Labour market policies comprise a range of financial and practical policy interventions that can help people when they face difficulties in the labour market. They aim to bring the unemployed and the inactive into employment and help people in low-quality or threatened jobs find better employment opportunities.
Join the online event and learn more about the new Skills Panorama.
On 1 December at 11.00 (CET) Cedefop will launch the new Skills Panorama website.
Still time to register your interest in the high-level conference (7-8 December, Thessaloniki), in which Cedefop will present its new European skills and jobs survey and discuss results from its re