EU Sources - European partnership for integration signed - December 31, 2017

The European Commission and the EU Social and Economic partners signed a 'European Partnership for Integration', laying down key principles and commitments to support and strengthen opportunities for refugees and migrants legally residing in the EU to integrate into the labour market. The Partnership includes principles like providing support as early as possible, ensuring that integration benefits refugees as well as the economy and society at large and ensuring a multi-stakeholder approach. Among the commitments the partners have undertaken is the sharing of best practices for labour market integration of refugees, for instance the organisation of mentoring programmes to integrate them into the workplace or facilitating the identification, assessment and documentation of skills and qualifications. They committed to promote the Partnership amongst their affiliates, and strengthen cooperation with public authorities at all appropriate levels.

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