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The following articles and video are kindly supplied by youth journalists from European Youth Press, that attended the 2011 European Employment Forum, 22-23 November in Brussels.
This video promotes and concludes the 2011 European Employment Forum.Click here to watch video Supplied by: Mo Li, Youth Journalist, Videographer, Photographer
Just came back from Brussels where I covered The European Employment Forum and had the opportunity of obtaining new information about the solution of youth employment problem, as well as about the European Commission new project “Creative Europe”.
European Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou also announced details of the ‘Creative Europe’ initiative to boost the cultural and creative sectors in Europe.
Click here to read the full article by Lusin Mkrtchyan - Report from Brussels
As the economic crisis continues to cast its shadow on economic developments and employment numbers, policy makers and participants from the private sector had plenty to talk about during the European Employment Forum 2011. Covering which is currently one of the hottest social topics in Europe, the two-day conference brought together participants from all over Europe involved with employment issues, such as senior European policy officials Androulla Vassiliou and László Andor, practitioners from the private sector and social partners from trade unions and employer organisations.
Click here to read the full article by Katalina Praekelt - EEF A new reality of work
The European Commission will propose a new agenda for education, training and youth, called Erasmus for all. This will cover the period 2014-2020 and is designed to provide more funding opportunities for those who want to study and train abroad, an experience that is excellent for improving language skills.
Click here to read the full article by Lusin Mkrtchyan - Erasmus for all and youth unemployment rising
We are living in an IT (Information Technology) society in which people are getting colder as they do not have direct personal contact. However a new project has been born in South Yorkshire (United Kingdom): Make IT personal: Joining the DOTs. They are working in a new way: involving everyone from the same community as helpers of IT skills. This new project was at the European Employment Forum in order to defend the importance of IT in the new labour market scenario.
Click here to read the full article by Alicia Gaban - Making IT Personal Joining the DOTs
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