http://www.regionallabourmarketmonitoring.net/www.regionallabourmarketmonitoring.net/img/logo_neu.gifAnnual Meeting, 12 October 2012, Krakow, Poland.
The next annual meeting will take place on 12 October 2012 in Krakow, Poland, hosted by the Labour Market and Education Observatory of Malopolska. The conference will cover the topic of regional and local skills monitoring based on the work done for the network anthology 2012.
The annual conference of the network is open to all interested persons and parties. It will provide the opportunity for a lively and intense discussion. The programme is still in progress and suggestions/ideas for programme items, experts and a keynote speaker are very welcome. 
Initiative for Networking Regional and Local Labour Market Observatories Across Europe:
European Day 2012: “Practical Approaches of Measuring Geographical Mobility in Regional and Local Labour Market Observatories”
The 3rd European Day will take place on 11 October 2012, hosted by the “Regional Labour Office in Krakow – Labour Market and Education Observatory of Malopolska” in Krakow, Poland.

Based on the earlier work within the European Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring in 2011 the Initiative for Networking Regional and Local Labour Market Observatories Across Europe has chosen to further the topic of geographical mobility. A practical approach to this topic includes discussions with experts in the field of regional and local labour market monitoring to further and specify concepts and instruments. Proposals and ideas on the programme, experts and topics are still welcome!
Database of Regional and Local Labour Market Observatories

The online
database for a better and faster exchange, cooperation and communication between regional and local labour market observatories is successfully running. Information about the working fields, topics, expertise and knowledge of labour market observatories across Europe are shared within this database. Everybody is appealed to promote this online database to enhance the quality and efficiency of this exchange instrument. All labour market observatories are welcome to register in this online database and to share information about their work, topics, expertise, etc.
The Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring
is a European-wide, non-profit organisation to further concepts and instruments in the field of Regional Labour Market Monitoring. The aim is to distribute common methods for the study, research and analysis of regional labour market monitoring. The overall objective is to promote a better understanding of the functioning of the Regional Labour Market Monitoring as an essential instrument for labour market strategies in accordance with the European Employment Strategy.
Institutes, organisations and companies from 26 countries all over Europe are active members of the European Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring to improve regional labour market monitoring. The main aim of this web site is to support the exchange and distribution of information about news, work, challenges and aims of regional labour market monitoring.
Ruth Hasberg. Networkmanager, European Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring - IWAK - Institute for Economics, Labour and Culture, Center of Johann Wolfgang Goethe-University, Gräfstraße 78, 60486, Frankfurt am Main; phone: +49/(0)69-798-23962. www.iwak-frankfurt.de; www.regionallabourmarketmonitoring.net.