Commissioner Thyssen highlights the strategic importance of vocational education, training and skills in addressing today's Europe-wide challenges
In addition to a special feature on skills, a snapshot presents three options for Europe’s social policy in the run up to 2025 that are open to discussion across Europe.
There is a focus on new forms of work too, looking at steps that are being considered to help ensure all workers, including people in new forms of employment, have access to social protection and public employment services and that everybody benefits from proper work contracts.
A feature on Greece reviews what the European Social Fund is doing to help the country launch a minimum income scheme.
- Publication date
- 19 November 2017
- Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion