In a resolution adopted by the European Trade Union Confederation (ETUC) executive committee on 14-15th March 2006, the ETUC urges the heads of governments, meeting in the Spring European Council at the end of this week, to address the real concerns of European people.
Europes 23 million small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are a major source of jobs, entrepreneurial skills, innovation as well as economic and social cohesion in the EU.
In 2005, the number of European Universities taking part in the ERASMUS University Cooperation scheme rose to an impressive 87% of all European universities, across 31 countries.
The European Year of Workers' Mobility kicked off in Brussels on 20 February at a conference called 'Workers' mobility: a right, an option, an opportunity?
A European Area of Knowledge, national programmes to boost knowledge and a Charter of Lifelong Learning are some of the main ideas of an opinion adopted by the European Economic and Social Committee.