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Peer Reviews
Thematic Review Seminars
Follow-up activities
Synthesis Reports


European
Employment
Observatory


European
Employment
Strategy
 
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Priority Theme 2009

Employment policies' response to the crisis:
Ensuring rapid (re-) integration into the labour market through tailor made training and better matching

EVENTS
 

Mutual Learning Programme

The Mutual Learning Programme (MLP) was launched at the beginning of 2005 and incorporates the former Peer Review Programme (launched in 1999). Its main objectives are to encourage mutual learning at all levels and to enhance the transferability of the most effective policies within key areas of the European Employment Strategy. A further aim is to encourage stakeholders to promote the wider and more effective dissemination of information about the European Employment Strategy and its implementation. [more]

 

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Activities

PEER REVIEWS
In the framework of the Mutual Learning Programme, the Peer Review meetings cover a number of single initiatives relating to selected employment policy practices in line with the priority themes of the European Employment Strategy. [more]


THEMATIC REVIEW SEMINARS
More needs to be done by the EU and national authorities to support the exchange of information between all stakeholders concerned. The Thematic Review seminars have an agenda-setting role for the mutual learning process and aim to steer the policy debate under an overall thematic focus. [more]


FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES
Follow-up and dissemination activities should complement the European-wide mutual learning activities in order to achieve the objectives of the Mutual Learning Programme. [more]

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