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Growth and Employability


Growth and Employability from the Europe 2020 Strategy

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After the crisis: Growth and Employability from the Europe 2020 Strategy: the role model of social market economy

Doorn, 15 and 16 Juli 2011

This seminar is organized by SBI training & advies in co-operation with EZA and is supported by the European Union

Introduction

The actual financial crisis and global recession are not the only challenges of globalisation.
Globalisation has lead to a worldwide process of restructuring. This may however not inflict our values and standards. That's why we need to find a well-balanced relation between ethical principles and values in politics and the realisation of economical goals.
The member states are searching for a concrete and balanced strategy with economic, ecological and social dimensions.
These three dimensions have a tremendous influence on the success of the Europe 2020
Strategy because they strenghten eachother and together have an impact on a flourishing social economy. The idea of social market economy is therefore a main element in the Europe 2020 strategy.
We should realize that the present financial, economical and employment crisis demonstrates our priority tp protect the  interests of the European workers.
The preservation and creation of jobs, a secure and  fair salary and income position for workers and the protection of social security systems are very important for the future of the European Union and a main part of the Europe 2020 Strategy. 

One of the five main targets of the Europe 2020 Strategy is that in 2020 75% of the population should be active in a working situation. For trade unions and workers' organisations it should be important that not only more jobs will be created, but also better jobs that improve the quality of labour.
The main purpose of this seminar will be to establish the contribution of trade unions and workers' organisations to the creation of more and better jobs.

 

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Programme of the European seminar

Thursday 14 July  2011
Arrival of the guests from abroad

Friday 15 July  2011
Arrival of the guests from Belgium and the Netherlands

10.00   Opening of the seminar by
            - Bartho Pronk, elect chairman of EZA
            - Mrs. Netty Saarloos, director of SBI

10.30   The Dutch situation of growth and employability from the perspective of the Europe 2020 Strategy,
             by Charles Wijnker, Ministry of Social Affairs, the Netherlands

12.30   Lunch

14.00   The Europe 2020 Strategy, More and better jobs,  results from a project by HIVA and EZA
            by Tom Vandenbrande (Head of Research for Labour and Organisation, HIVA, Higher Institute for Labour Leuven University)

15.00   Growth and Employability in the Europe 2020 Strategy, the Italian approach
            by Marco Boleo (Executive Committee EFAL) and Frederico Bernardi (Head of Study Department EFAL)

17.00   Reception at the Town Hall of the city of Utrecht.
           Excursion to the ancient city of Utrecht

19.00   Dinner in Utrecht


Saturday 16 July 2011

10.00   Creation of Jobs and improving quality of work: Results of projects with DGB and ETUI
           
by Michael Schwarz, Researcher at EZA, the European Center for Workers

11.00   Quality of Work, what can employers, trade unions and works councils do?
            by René Vrieling, SBI training & consultancy

12.30   Lunch

14.00   Reports from the member states
           In a plenary session an inventory is made of the ideas and results of creating new jobs in
           the respective countries and organisations

15.00   The role of trade unions and employers in creating jobs
            by Hans Brüning, former general secretary CNV, Dutch Christian Trade Union Confederation

16.00   Summary of the seminar results

17.00   Closure of the seminar
           Departure of the guests from Belgium and the Netherlands

Sunday 17 July 2011

            Departure of the guests to Schiphol

 

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