30 November 2021
Ahead of the publication of the European Commission’s proposal on individual learning accounts on the 8th December, we aimed to feed the discussions on these schemes and highlighted the importance of lifelong learning to ensure EU citizens are resilient and fit to take full advantage of the digital and labour market transitions coming their way.
The study on individual learning accounts was presented by authors Sofia Fernandes and Klervi Kerneis. Minister Tuula Haatainen, Finnish Minister of Employment, European Commissioner for jobs and social rights Nicolas Schmit and Ms Alicia Homs Ginel, Member of the European Parliament’s Committee on Employment and Social Affairs (S&D), discussed the strategy to implement the European Commission's proposal.
26 - 28 may 2022, Certosa di Pontignano (Siena)
This Vision conference organized with the University of Siena, the participation of the European Liberal Forum, the Foundation for European Progressive Studieslearn more
Amsterdam, 28 May 2022
On 28 May 2022 the Afrikadag will be held LIVE at the KIT in Amsterdam! After two years in which it was not possible to organise the Afrikadag due to Covid-19, a partnership of FEPS and the FMS will once again host the largest even... learn more
Hybrid Conference, Berlin (Germany), 30-31 May 2022
We are embarking on the frequently invoked “decade of modernisation,” which will be accompanied by massive investment and expenditure needs. In the wake of the Corona pandemic, however, public deb... learn more