Review on ZSI's contribution at EUSDR Forum 2014 in Vienna

14. Jul 2014

Workshop on "Labour Mobility in Central and South East Europe"

Together with the International Migration Organisation (IOM), the Centre for Social Innovation organised the workshop entitled “Labour Mobility in Central and South East Europe” at the 3rd Annual Forum of the EU Strategy on the Danube Region held in Vienna on the 27th of June 2014.

Here, Anette Scoppetta from ZSI presented the main results and policy recommendations of the projects “Return Migration to Central Europe”  and the “Central Europe Ageing Platform” while Tanja Dedovic of the IOM and Mr Nand Shani of the Regional Cooperation Council (RCC) presented the results of a strategic study on labour mobility in the context of South East Europe 2020 strategy.
These two presentations offered a broad range of perspectives on labour mobility, not just because of their different regional emphasis  -- Central Europe and South East Europe -- but also because of their broad content including matters regarding returning migrants, immigrants and social, political and legal aspects of labour mobility.
Furthermore, ZSI run a stand presenting some of its projects in the field of migration, inclusion and demographic change as well as a stand of the ZSI-co-ordinated project Danube-INCO.NET, which aims to advance cooperation in research and innovation in the Danube Region.

A summary of the session as well as the presentations will soon be available on the event’s website: 


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Tags: Danube Region, labour market, migration, Southeast Europe

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