27. 3. 2014At today’s session the Government of the Republic of Slovenia approved the decision for the Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities to begin implementing "The First Challenge 2014" before the operational programme for implementing the European Cohesion Policy in the 2014-2020 period is approved by the European Commission.The programme seeks to provide full-time jobs for 3,176 young unemployed people for at least 15 months, including a three-month trial period. Over 20 million euros have been allocated to this end. Considering the pending issue of resolving youth unemployment in the most af... More »
30. 1. 2014
Youth Guarantee: the Government approves strategic measures to improve the position of the young in the labour marketBy approving the Youth Guarantee, the Government will ensure that every young person between 15 and 29 will be offered employment (including an internship), job-related training, formal training or shorter forms of institutional or skills-focused training within four months of registering as unemployed with the Employment Service of Slovenia.At today’s session, the Government approved the 2014–2015 implementation plan defining the Youth Guarantee implementation strategy, the role of public authorities and other organisations, the financing scheme, progress ... More »Minister Anja Mrak Kopač, D. Sc.
16. 1. 2014Studies have shown that greater gender equality has positive effects on decision making in politics and business, speakers pointed out at the outset of a two-day conference at Brdo pri Kranju on Wednesday, and called for measures to reinforce women's position in society. Slovenia does not seem to have any problems in letting women into the business and political life, however the number of women in key positions is still insufficient, Prime Minister Alenka Bratušek said in her opening address. "Taking differences between genders into account and at the same time providing equality between men and women should be a part of all new polic... More »
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