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European Vocational Skills Week
Brewing up employment opportunities in Poland with Vocational Education and Training
A Creative Partnership to help children dream big

This article has been published in the Czech Republic by Týdeník Školství (in the magazine’s print edition).

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No looking back: vocational education provides a springboard for the Latvian economy
Filling the skills gap: how vocational education and lifelong learning are opening up the job market in Lithuania

This article has been published in Lithuania by LRT, Ve.lt, Snaujienos.lt, Litas.lt, Gargzdai.lt, ELTA and BNS.

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‘Everyone wants to become a lawyer’: the crippling skills challenge facing the Cypriot economy
Training asylum seekers to address job shortages in Belgium

This article has been published in Belgium by euractiv.com

 

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‘The labour markets need more workers than we can produce’: vocational education delivering jobs in Croatia

This article has been published in Croatia by 24sata

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Nursing a healthy future for Vocational Education and Training in Romania

This article has been published in Romania by Vita Medicala, Telem.ro and PRwave

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Reducing food waste and going green, one meal at a time

This article has been published in Italy by Canale Energia and Scienza e Governo.

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Building a sustainable future for young people in the modern maritime industry

 

This article has been published in France’s Economie Matin.

 

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Rooting for young people: investing for a green and digital future

To learn more about how Nestlé is helping young people facilitate change in their lives, the workplace, and around the world, visit their profile on the European Commission’s website

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From Bulgaria to Spain – Vocational Education and Training (VET) broadens the mind

This article was published in Modern Diplomacy, in Bulgaria’s economy.bg and karieri.bg as well as Spain’s eleconomista.es and globedia.com.

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