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A new start for social dialogue in Europe

European social partners discussed with the European Union (EU) institutions concrete ways to strengthen the social dialogue in line with the renewed EU economic and social priorities at a landmark

Greece needs to address risk of a prolonged social crisis

A new ILO report calls for additional measures to support jobs and enterprises, plus social protection and a stop to further wage cuts in the country.

Commission and World Bank map labour market exclusion in six EU countries

The European Commission and the World Bank have recently unveiled a report profiling the unemployed and inactive populations in six EU Member States (Estonia, Lithuania, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria and Greece).

Social cohesion and well-being in the EU

The united Europe is currently experiencing the effects of the most severe economic and financial crisis of the last 70 years. It is still unclear what its deeper implications will be, or what long-term repercussions it will have on the societies of EU Member States: How will it affect social cohesion? What impact will the crisis have on quality...

Germany - vocational qualifications promise good job perspectives

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ReferNet Germany

’Many young people are not aware of the career opportunities opened up by vocational qualifications.

No sustainable recovery without more and better jobs

With global economic growth forecasts down and weak prospects for job creation, ILO Director-General says both weak global demand and supply constraints need to be tackled.

Commission proposes €6.4 million from Globalisation Fund for former workers of the Fokas department stores in Greece

The European Commission has proposed to provide Greece with €6.4 million from the European Globalisation Adjustment Fund (EGF) to help 600 former workers of the Fokas department stores to find new jobs, and to extend its support to 500 young people not in employment, education or training (NEETs).

It's now time to ratify the newly adopted ILO Forced Labour Protocol

The new legally-binding ILO Protocol on Forced Labour aims to strengthen global efforts towards combating forced labour, trafficking and slavery-like practices. Governments now have the opportunity to ratify the Protocol and integrate new measures at the national and regional levels to combat this crime.

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