Results of the meeting between the ministers for vocational education and training and the ministers for higher education
Results of the meeting between the ministers for vocational education and training and the ministers for higher education, 25-26 Nov. 2008
This meeting brought together the countries participating in the cooperation process known as the Copenhagen process (the EU Member States, Norway, Croatia and Turkey), the European Commission and the European social partners.
The Copenhagen process was launched in November 2002 by the ministers responsible for education and vocational training of the European Union, the European Economic Area (EEA) and the European Free Trade Area (EFTA), the European social partners and the European Commission.
During this session, the participants adopted the 'Bordeaux communiqué' - a roadmap which takes stock of the implementation of the various instruments set up in the context of the Copenhagen process and sets priorities for the future, describing the perspectives and actions for European cooperation in terms of education and professional training.
Ms Aviana BULGARELLI, Director of Cedefop gave a presentation about report on progress and key messages for the Copenhagen process: “From Helsinki to Bordeaux”.
Presentation of Ms. Bulgarelli to the Informal Meeting (size: 287kb)
Link to the Press Release
Link to the event
Link to the Bordeaux Communique
Risultati della riunione tra i ministri per l'istruzione e la formazione professionale e dei ministri per l'istruzione superiore, Nov. 25-26 2008. Questo incontro ha riunito i paesi che partecipano al processo di cooperazione conosciuta come il processo di Copenaghen (gli Stati membri dell'UE, Norvegia, Croazia e Turchia), la Commissione europea. Link al Comunicato Bordeaux. Suite...