10. 12. 2013
Kopač Mrak: Council Compromise on Posted Workers is a good basis for negotiations in the EU ParliamentLabour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Minister Anja Kopač Mrak welcomed Monday's agreement in Brussels on the enforcement directive on posting of workers. Kopač Mrak said the compromise, aimed primarily at curbing abuse in the construction sector, was a good basis for the next round of negotiations in the European Parliament. "Although Slovenia wanted more protection for posted workers we were nevertheless happy with the outcome of the negotiations," said Kopač Mrak after today's meeting of EU ministers in charge of employment, social... More »
25. 11. 2013Minister of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities Anja Kopač Mrak, Ph. D., attended the event in support of the ratification of the Council of Europe Convention against violence against women, which was organized in the Zvezda park in Ljubljana by Association SOS Help Line, Society for Nonviolent Communication, Legal Information Centre and the Municipality of Ljubljana. Minister Kopač Mrak also signed a symbolic support for the adoption and entry into force of the Convention and thereby expressed her NO to Violence against Women. The Acting Director General of the Directorate for Family&nbs... More »
15. 11. 2013On the 12 and 13 November 2013 was held in Brussels The European Employment Forum 2013, whose key purpose was to present the most successful projects in the Member States which have contributed to reducing unemployment. Key themes of the Forum were Youth unemployment, Employment projects co-financed with public and private sources, Traineeship, Social impact of high unemployment, Free movement of workers within the EU, Entrepreneurship. The event was attended by numerous experts, politicians, entrepreneurs, artists and successful projects from EU Member States, so it is a g... More »
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