Skills and competence drive change and innovation in our economies and help make our societies more equitable and inclusive. A clear skills strategy is therefore imperative if we are to move successfully towards recovery and beyond.
Such a strategy should look beyond immediate needs. We will need to take long-term trends and challenges into account if we are to steer both education and training, and employment policies, in the right direction.
- Ole Christensen, Member of the European Parliament
- Lazlo Andor, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
- Odile Quintin, Director-General for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth
- Aviana Bulgarelli, Director of Cedefop
- Jorgen Ronnest, Business Europe
- Jozef Niemiec, Secretary, European Trade Union Confederation
Time: 15:00 - 17:30
European Parliament , rue Wiertz - Room PHS 7C050, Brussels