As part of its annual work programme, EPR offered a series of webinars to members focusing on updating on the latest developments on EU policy that relate to EPR members sector of work and how they might be relevant for them. During the past months, key developments have been made in relation to social issues in the EU. The European Pillar of Social Rights (EPSR) has pushed social issues up on the European agenda and influenced the recommendations the EU gives every year to national governments. The EU has recently released proposals for the new funding programmes that will pave the way of projects and policy themes in the next seven years (from 2020 onwards) and launched a public consultation on long-term unemployment that EPR responded to, together with the input of its members.
To this end, EPR organised a webinar on EU Policy on 27 June 2018 from 10.30 to 12.30 CET.
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All EPR members was invited to attend the event particularly those who are involved in running EU funded projects, work on getting people into the labour market, involved in or interested in policy developments and their potential impact on services.