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Traineeship - 06.05.2019
Apply for a traineeship with our Press and Communication team by 17 May. More details in the application pack. We look forward to hearing from you!
New colleagues - 19.02.2019Alex Lefaza, and International Affairs – Statutory Officer, Martin Revault. We wish a warm welcome to them both!
Recruitment - 18.02.2019application pack. Please apply by 10 March.
Recruitment - 03.01.2019
We have three vacancies you can apply for until 9 January. Click on each position for more details:
Traineeship - 15.10.2018
Apply for a traineeship with our Press and Communication team. More details here. We look forward to hearing from you!
Internship - 18.09.2018application pack for more details.
Please note that this internship is unpaid.
Social affairs - 01.10.2015
“Tackling social challenges is a collective responsibility between the EU and social partners, including local government,” EU Commissioner for employment“We have good policies and good frameworks at the EU level, but we regret their poor implementation. Involving social partners, including local and regional governments, would foster the implementation process and yield concrete improvements in our citizens’ life,” said European Commissioner in charge of employment and social affairs, during a meeting with civil society organisations on 01 October.
One year after entering office, Commissioner Thyssen invited CEMR (as social partner representing local government as employers) and relevant civil society organisations to jointly assess the work accomplished in the area of employment and social affairs: equality, social services provision or the refugee crisis. This was the first of a series of annual meetings that the Commissioner will organise with the civil society, for them to contribute to the European social priorities.
Youth unemployment - 02.06.2015Getting Young People into Work: Comparative approaches in the EU and beyond".
The event, to be chaired by MEP Derek Vaughan, will showcase practical examples of initiatives from Wales, Flanders and Sweden on how to support young people in their job search.
Participation is free. Pre-registration is however required and can be completed by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Social dialogue - 26.05.2015EPSU) on the follow-up of the Summit “A new start for social dialogue”, organised on 5 March by the European Commission. The Summit marked the beginning of a renewed partnership with between the social partners and the European institutions.
Part of the follow-up meeting was also devoted to the implementation of the EPSU-CEMR joint research project entitled “New forms of service delivery for municipalities, the contribution of social dialogue and good practice for well-being at work”. It took place in the framework of the Social dialogue committee on local and regional governments.
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