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09.05.2017 to 11.05.2017
14.03.2017 to 16.03.2017
Executive Committee & Interregional Workshop on the theme: “The role of Public Employment Services in supervising graduates of higher education and prestigious universities.”
Please click on the folling links to have the latest programme and practicalities In order to facilitate the organization of the event, we invite you to fill in the online registration form before 7 February 2017. The demographics of Africa are characterized by a young and rapidly growing population of about 200 million young people. The current population of Africa is 1 billion people and is expected to reach 2.3 billion by 2050. Figures that may cause concern but which nevertheless contain dynamic growth prospects if one knows how to fully exploit skills and invest in human capital...
09.11.2016 to 11.11.2016
“Increasing Employment Participation for Elderly and Disabled”
The Presentations are in English Official Opening Ceremony, Opening Address Master of Ceremony: Mr. Hiroyuki Yamaya Mr. Gaku HASHIMOTO, State Minister of Health, Labour and Welfare Dr. Mehmet Müezzinoğlu the Ministry of Labour and Social Security of Turkey Mr. Mehmet Ali ÖZKAN, President of WAPES Ms. Mega Irena, Assistant Director of ASEAN Secretariat Keynote Speech: The participation and improvement for the accessibility for those who need a social support Dr. Yoshihiro KANEKO, Professor of Hitotsubashi University Plenary session 1: Facilitating the participation and improvement for...
Managing Board 2016
WAPES Managing Board Meeting: - for Managing Board Members only - see separate Agenda (sent by email) - Working languages: Japanese, English, French
25.10.2016 to 28.10.2016
Managing Labour Mobility through Public Employment Services
Training Language: SPANISH Presentation Power Point and Videos of the event available in spanish via this link: FORMACIÓN EN GESTIÓN DE LA MOVILIDAD LABORAL Introduction Geographical labour mobility is a major driver of the world economy. It can move and improve skills for the greater good of global development and individual careers. On the other hand, skills mobility that is not managed well is a source of workers exploitation, inequality and poverty. In Latin America, the number of mobile workers in destination countries has been increasing. The last five years has seen the...