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Foresight Exercise
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Brussels, March 26, 2024 - In the framework of the European Year of Skills, the "Foresight Exercise: The Future of Skilled Europe" took place in Brussels, organised by the European Commission Directorate General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (DG EMPL).

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EIF level up conference logo
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In the context of the "European Year of Skills" and the current deployment of the InvestEU Skills and Education guarantee product by the European Investment Fund (EIF), we are organizing under the InvestEU initiative and jointly with the European Investment Bank (EIB) Advisory, a promotional event.

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EAFA: From apprentice to world champion, banner
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In the realm of hospitality and tourism, apprenticeships can offer aspiring professionals a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and practical experience. Dylan Werner, a young apprentice, exemplifies the transformative power of such a journey.

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Investing in Skills in Europe's regions and cities
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The European Committee of the Regions (CoR) is organising together with the European Commission, DG for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion (DG EMPL), in the framework of the European Year of Skills, an event titled "Investing in Skills in Europe's Regions and Cities''.

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Vector logo of Skillnet Ireland
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Development of skills policy doesn’t happen in a vacuum. Or at least, it shouldn’t. Skills Policy should be developed in partnership with the people it affects. Partnership is at the centre of our Skills Policy development in Ireland.

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Rural women DIGITAL LITERACY logo
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In today's society, digital skills are indispensable across various aspects of life such as employment, health, education, politics, and leisure. Therefore, initiatives for adult digital training are essential, particularly for those with limited digital literacy.

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