EU - public consultation on agencies for training and work
The European Commission launched a public consultation for the evaluation of the four EU agencies under the remit of DG Employment.
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This public consultation constitutes a key part of the overall consultation activities carried out in the context of the evaluation of the four agencies under the remit of DG Employment.
The four agencies are:
- the European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working conditions (Eurofound);
- the European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training (Cedefop);
- the European Training Foundation (ETF);
- the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA).
All citizens, public and private organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation! Contributions are sought in particular from stakeholders of Eurofound, Cedefop and EU-OSHA during the period 2011-2016.
The consultation aims to collect information and opinions from the general public and stakeholders to support the on-going evaluation of the four Agencies under the remit of DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, particularly on 1) the assessment of the Agencies work regarding relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coherence and EU added value, and 2) the future of the four Agencies, gathering new ideas on issues central to their future, including cross-cutting and governance issues.
The survey is available online until 5 July 2017.
Once the online public consultation has ended, the contributions made by stakeholders and general public will be published in the languages in which they were submitted. In parallel, a consultation report will be published on DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion website, summarising the key issues and results raised in the consultation. The results of the consultation will also be used to support the Staff Working Document presenting the final results of this evaluation, thereby better informing policy making.
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