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e-Skills Week 2012 is hitting the headlines all over Europe. In the countdown to the Stakeholders' Opening Event in Brussels, Europe's press and media have started to spread the word about the campaign, its objectives and highlights...
The Closing Event was followed by stakeholders all over Europe via social media, and brought together in person representatives from government, industry, education, NGOs and students. The day was inaugurated by Her Royal Highness, Crown Princess Mary of Denmark. View the press release here. A downloadable copy is also available.
e-Skills Week in a nutshell
Take a look at some key facts and figures about the highly successful 2012 e-Skills Week campaign!
Brussels Wednesday 24 October 2012: Youth unemployment in Europe has peaked at record levels and shows little sign of slowing. Against this dramatic backdrop and the potential for a lost generation in Europe, in March 2012 the European Commission launched a campaign with leading stakeholders aimed at raising awareness about opportunities for work that can be won through the acquisition of e-Skills.
The European e-Skills Week has successfully rolled out more than two thousand events across thirty seven European countries. Drawing together more than 1,800,000 participants across the EU and beyond, the European e-Skills Week events programme was delivered through a remarkable joint effort by industry, educational and training institutions, governments, public bodies, associations and NGOs. Read more!
Faces of European Innovation
e-Skills Week, did you know?
This week we are featuring young entrepreneurial talent who have used their creativity and energy to start up their own technology businesses. Justin Brown and Mark Bakacs are the Founders of www.unexus.org - an online platform where innovators can develop trusted communities to support, implement and showcase solutions to some of the world’s greatest challenges.
e-Skills Week opening and closing events
The e-Skills Week closing event was held in Copenhagen, Denmark on 30 March 2012. The event highlighted and rewarded best e-Skills practice observed throughout the campaign and presented recommendations to ensure the sustainability of the event.
Highlights from the official Stakeholder Opening Event in Brussels on March 19 2012.
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Technology skills are vital to help drive a competitive and innovative Europe. The European e-Skills Week 2012 campaign highlights the growing need for skilled ICT users and professionals, as well as the range of opportunities that ICT-related jobs present. Here you will find information about how you can get involved in the hundreds of training events, competitions and activities... Read more.