02 février 2020

Statement by Marija Pejčinović Burić on judicial reform in the Republic of Moldova

In December 2019, I met with the Prime Minister of the Republic of Moldova, Ion Chicu. We agreed that Council of Europe experts would visit Chisinau with a view to offering our assistance towards reforms needed to create an independent, accountable, efficient and professional judiciary for the Republic of Moldova. More...

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Serbia: government’s efforts to fight violence against women are commendable, but more is needed

In its first report on the implementation by Serbia of the Istanbul Convention, the expert body GREVIO welcomes the policy commitment of the authorities to eliminate gender-based violence and the significant progress made in law and in practice. However, there are still problems requiring an urgent response. More...

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What Romania can learn from other countries to inform its strategic vision for education

In 2016, the president of Romania, Klaus Iohannis, launched a new initiative to address strategic issues facing the country’s education system. The multi-year consultation project, “Educated Romania”, brought together a wide range of stakeholders with the goal of developing a national vision for education that is able to endure political changes. Drawing on conclusions from regional debates and national dialogues, Romania set out a new education strategy for 2018 to 2030 that highlights current educational challenges and identifies potential solutions. More...

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Brexit: EU and UK universities to remain united

On 31 January, with Brexit underway, higher education and research organisations from both sides of the English Channel published a common statement committing to maintain their current relationships. An initiative of Universities UK, 36 major organisations representing science and higher education across the UK and Europe signed the document, including EUA. The statement calls for full association to the future Erasmus+ and Horizon Europe programmes. More...

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Research Data Rights Summit: research-intensive universities around the world unite with common declaration

The Research Data Rights Summit took place in Paris on 27 January. Organised by Sorbonne University, the University of Amsterdam and University College London, all EUA members, the event brought together nine networks of research-intensive universities from around the world. More...

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Cyprus: E-platform for data collection and employability

Home The platform, ‘Communication Network with Employers for Technical Occupations’ (Δίκτυο Επικοινωνίας με Εργοδότες για Τεχνικά Επαγγέλματα – ΔΕΕΤΕ), became operational in April 2019. Its aim is to assist the communication between VET graduates and potential employers. More...

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Belgium: S.Kool, the Brussels ‘shop-school’ for apprentice salespeople

Home The ‘shop-school’ S.Kool has been hosting its second edition since the end of October. 10 new apprentice salespeople hope to launch their career through an innovative arrangement combining theoretical training and practical application in a Brussels concept store. More...

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New Cedefop database on financing apprenticeships in the EU

Home A Cedefop online database provides information on how apprenticeships are financed in the EU Member States. More...

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Ireland: continuous professional development for career guidance counsellors

Home During the academic year 2018/19, the Institute of Guidance Counsellors (IGC) ran a continuous professional development (CPD) pilot session to increase counsellors’ awareness of the full range of options open to those completing upper secondary school as well as adult learners, with particular focus on work-based learning choices, such as apprenticeship and traineeship. More...

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01 février 2020

La population votera sur les cadeaux fiscaux pour les familles riches

Alternatives EconomiquesSur le blog de Michel Abhervé pour Alternatives économiques. Suite au recueil d'un nombre suffisant de signatures, un référendum « NON aux cadeaux fiscaux pour les familles aisées » permettra à la population de se prononcer sur l’augmentation des déductions fiscales dans l’impôt direct prenant en compte les enfants des familles riches.
C'est en Suisse. Plus...

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