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Policy analysis reaches a milestone

Cedefop’s latest report on policy marks the transition to the Europe 2020 agenda by reviewing the entire eight-year period of the Copenhagen process. The report will be available for download from Cedefop’s website from 7 December.

Concerned that jobs and social cohesion would be threatened if the pace of change overtook the skills of an ageing workforce, in 2002 the European Union (EU) launched the Copenhagen process to strengthen cooperation in vocational education and training (VET).

Cedefop’s latest report on policy, A bridge to the future: European vocational education and training policy 2002-2010, marks the transition to the Europe 2020 agenda by reviewing the entire eight-year period of  the Copenhagen process.  The report will be presented next week in Bruges, Belgium, along with the Bruges communiqué, the final milestone of the Lisbon Agenda (2000-2010) and will be available for download from Cedefop’s website from 7 December.

Since 2004, Cedefop has reported on how countries are progressing towards achieving the policy goals agreed within the Copenhagen process. In its biennial policy reports, Cedefop analyses policies and their implementation, reviews good practices, follows developments in the implementation of common European tools compiles research findings, and provides comparative information on training systems in Europe.

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22/11/2010
Cedefop