The report presents six key social challenges for Europe to tackle in order to promote decent living standards, good working conditions as well as equal opportunities and participation.
Following the successful conclusion of our Inclusive Activation Seminar in Vienna, we reflect on recent European level developments on integrating the long-term unemployed (LTU) into the labour market.
One in four people in Europe is at risk of poverty or social exclusion and social inequality risks becoming the new normal, which undermines social cohesion and Europe’s potential. Addressing the causes of poverty and exclusion must go hand in hand with the tools to combat them to work towards a more inclusive Europe.
The 10th Annual Meeting of the OECD LEED Forum on Partnerships and Local Development took place on 23-25 April in Stockholm, Sweden.
OECD's recent report aims to identify effective measures to bring the long-term unemployed back to work and presents innovative approaches to unemployment from around the world.