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The central theme of this international meeting was the need for dialogue between the State and civil society to develop enabling public policy in favour of the social and solidarity economy.
This international conference reviewed and drew lessons from successful past experiences and innovative solutions available today to identify how labour market policy, skills development and training policies can contribute to sustainable employment creation.
This workshop discussed measuring frameworks and indicators for green job creation, greening labour markets, change of production processes and company transformations; chiefly within the context of Copenhagen Cleantech Cluster.
LEED's mission is to contribute to the creation of more and better jobs through effective policy implementation, innovative practices, stronger capacities and integrated strategies at a local level.
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Addressed to both local practitioners and national policy makers, this guide reviews responses to the recent economic downturn and the steep rise in unemployment in OECD and non-OECD countries.
Representatives from governments and employment agencies across Asia and the OECD discussed how to overcome the lack of co-ordination between labour market policy and vocational training as a clear impediment to successful skills development in developing Asia.
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The discussion informed how companies in the cleantech sector in Asia adjust to the green economy and its potential. Participants discussed strategies to foster green business potential, challenges and opportunities of the cleantech industry development.
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Executive summary of the publication "Making the most of public investment: Lessons from the crisis".
The conference aimed to lift social innovation on par with highly valued innovations in business and technology. In 14 thematic panels the conference determined the most needed social innovations and adequate approaches of research.
This publication gives a comparative overview of lessons that can be drawn from the financial crisis followed by a section covering a selection of country cases (Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Korea, Spain, Sweden and the United States).