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MoLFSA at the European Employment Forum 2013 in Brussels

On 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 good place for promotion, exchange of experience, knowledge and contacts with potential partners.


Ministry of Labour, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities (MoLFSA) attended the Forum as a sponsor and exhibitor at the event and presented following projects co-financed from the European Social Fund: Entrepreneurly into the world of business 2013, Travel agency for persons with special needs, Eco-social farming Korenika, KARObicycle, USE-REUSE, and the projects implemented by the Employment Service of Slovenia and Slovene Human Resources and Scholarship Fund. All the projects are implemented under 4. development priority: "Equality of opportunity and promoting social inclusion" 4.1 preferred orientation "Equal opportunities in the labor market and strengthening social inclusion".


MoLFSA also conducted focus groups on the topic of "eco-social entrepreneurship", with the participation of three Slovenian successful projects (Eco-Farm Korenika, KAROcikel - Institute for the operation, development and education of social entrepreneurship Karo, creating conditions for operation network of reuse centers green jobs USE-REUSE - Environmental research Institute).


Cooperation of the Ministry of Labour, Family , Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities was co-financed under the 6th development priority, "Technical Assistance" Operational Programme Human Resources Development 2007-2013.