Youth Employment Skill set in Posting
The project encompasses ‘cooperation’, ‘information’ and ‘evidence’ activities concerning posting in relation with skill and skill recognition in the construction sector. The action targets mainly: Italy, Germany, Spain (plus a focus on Autonomous Community of Asturias), Portugal, Poland, and Albany with the support of European Association of Paritarian Institutions (AEIP) organisation to reinforce dissemination potentialities beyond this set of core countries. The action is led by CNCE, with the support of FGB, and involves a partner in each covered country -ISCTE-IUL (Portugal),ULAK (Germany),Notus (Spain), FLC Asturias (Spain), ZZ Budowlani (Poland), Polis (Albania) -plus AEIP, as European level partner.The action will be managed by CNCE with the support of FGB. In addition, for each work package a coordinator is indicated, assigning AEIP the task of leading dissemination, and dividing the others between CNCE, holding coordination tasks and leading activities where the involvement of institutional stakeholders is crucial, and FGB, managing the more research-oriented phases.The project aims at improving the understanding of challenges and opportunities concerning posting in relation with skill and skill recognition in the construction sector, and at identifying solutions to remove related obstacles to fair labour mobility while contributing to a decent work agenda.Inparticular, the project answers the following specific objectives:(i) to promote transnational cooperation between stakeholders dealing with posting;(ii) to increase accessibility, transparency and quality of information available to posted workers and their employers;(iii) to promote evidence basis on skills as a driver for posting, understanding as well related barriers and opportunities.
Commissione Nazionale Casse Edili
Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini
Trade Union 'Budowlani'
Urlaubs- und Lohnausgleichskasse der Bauwirtschaft Hauptabteilung Europa
Association Europeenne des Institutions de Protection Sociale Paritaires
Notus: Applied Social Research
Fundación Laboral de la Construcción del Principado de Asturias