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CDE: Rapid 13 de abril

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RAPID de 13.04.2018

Lisboa, 13 de abril de 2018.

  • 100 organisations helping to upgrade digital skills of European citizens
    Since the launch of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition in December 2016, a first 100 European organisations, among them governments and businesses, have provided over 3.7 million IT training sessions, more than one million certifications for improved digital skills and 9,000 job placements and internship offers in the digital sector. The number of active organisations is expected to increase rapidly, as the Coalition now has more than 360 members from all sectors of the economy who have pledged to reduce the digital skills gap. Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, said: "Europe's education and training systems need to give people from all backgrounds the right digital skills to progress professionally, but also to enable them to find their place in society as engaged citizens. This needs to involve partners from all sides. That is why the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition is important in enabling Europeans to prosper in increasingly digital societies." Mariya Gabriel, Commissioner for the Digital Economy and Society, said: "The Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition is a collective effort to tackle one of Europe's biggest challenges: filling IT vacancies. 100 concrete commitments in just over a year is a sign of the support from stakeholders across Europe who recognise the importance of digital skills for all, no matter the age, gender or job profile." The majority of pledges aim either to bring more digital skills into education by transforming teaching methods or to offer trainings to upskill the European workforce. Trainings include basic digital skills and coding, as well as specialised skills such as data analytics and cybersecurity. In order to boost digital skills of young people and to help ensure that education systems make the most of new technologies, the European Commission launched the Digital Education Action Plan beginning of this year. Further details are available here.
     
  • Eurobarometer on integration: Majority of Europeans believe that integration measures are a necessary investment in the long-run
    According to a Eurobarometer survey published today, 69% of Europeans believe that integration measures are a necessary investment in the long-run and a similar proportion view integration as a two-way process for both migrants and host societies. Europeans tend to agree on the main factors that may facilitate or prevent integration as well as on policy measures that support it, such as offering language courses upon arrival, mandatory integration programmes and measures facilitating access to the labour market. According to the survey, around 60% of respondents interact daily with migrants, while 40% have either friends or family members who are migrants. A majority of respondents in all Member States say that the EU plays an important role when it comes to integration, with a particular added value for sharing best practices, promoting cooperation between all actors involved, and financial support. At the same time, the survey finds that only a minority of Europeans think they are well informed about migration and integration. Europeans also tend to overestimate the number of non-EU migrants in their countries: In 19 Member States, the actual proportion of non–EU migrants is half or less than half of their estimated share. You can find the full survey here.
     
  • Eurostat: Euro area international trade in goods surplus €18.9 billion
    The first estimate for euro area (EA19) exports of goods to the rest of the world in February 2018 was €177.5 billion, an increase of 3.0% compared with February 2017 (€172.3 billion). Imports from the rest of the world stood at €158.6 billion, a rise of 1.5% compared with February 2017 (€156.2 billion). As a result, the euro area recorded a €18.9 billion surplus in trade in goods with the rest of the world in February 2018, compared with +€16.1 billion in February 2017. Intra-euro area trade rose to €153.7 billion in February 2018, up by 3.9% compared with February 2017. A Eurostat press release is available here.

 

Biblioteca: Revistas / Library: Journals

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TÍTULO: Voz do campo


COTA: PP 63 Voz

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TÍTULO: Revista de ciência elementar


COTA: PP 37 Rev

 

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TÍTULO: Pela lei e pela grei


COTA: PP 32 Pel

 

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TÍTULO: SGS global


COTA: PP 65 SGS

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Biblioteca: Revistas / Library: Journals

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TÍTULO: Voz do campo


COTA: PP 63 Voz

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TÍTULO: Voz do campo


COTA: PP 63 Voz

 

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TÍTULO: Voz do campo


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TÍTULO: Voz do campo


COTA: PP 63 Voz

 

CDE: Rapid 12 de abril

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RAPID de 12.04.2018

Lisboa, 12 de abril de 2018.

  • A Comissão Europeia toma medidas para proibir práticas comerciais desleais na cadeia de abastecimento alimentar
    A Comissão propõe, hoje, proibir as práticas comerciais desleais mais nocivas na cadeia de abastecimento alimentar, a fim de garantir um tratamento­ mais justo das pequenas e médias empresas agroalimentares. A proposta inclui disposições executórias eficazes, nomeadamente sanções a impor às autoridades nacionais sempre que se constate uma infração. Os pequenos operadores da cadeia de abastecimento alimentar, incluindo os agricultores, são vulneráveis às práticas comerciais desleais adotadas por parceiros da cadeia alimentar, carecendo, com frequência, de poder de negociação e de alternativas para fazerem chegar os seus produtos aos consumidores.
    (Desenvolvimento em IP/18/2702 e em MEMO/18/2703)
     
  • The future of EU finances: Commissioner Cre?u debates cohesion policy after 2020 in Luxembourg 
    Today, Commissioner for Regional policy Corina Cre?u debated the future of cohesion policy at the General Affairs Council in Luxembourg. This was the last Council on cohesion before the Commission puts forward its proposal on the next long term EU budget, on 2 May, with the post-2020 cohesion policy proposal following closely. Discussions focused on the future scope and priorities of the policy. Commissioner Cre?u stated her conviction that Europe needs a cohesion policy for all regions. But the statu quo is not an option; the Commissioner highlighted the need for more flexibility, a more tailored approach to regional needs, with a new allocation method and new indicators for example, as well as a stronger link between cohesion policy and structural reforms. On priorities for investments; "we know the growing impact globalisation is having on regions," said the Commissioner, stressing the necessity to help regions achieve industrial transition, embrace innovation and invest in their people, with the help of smart specialisation. The Commissioner also mentioned the need for a long-term response to the migration challenge, supported by cohesion policy.In addition, Commissioner Cre?u debriefed the ministers on the progress made under the seven communication actions to improve the visibility of cohesion policy, which she presented in April 2017 with Commissioner Thyssen. Commissioner Cre?u's speaking points at the Council are available here. The press conference will start at 13h30 CET and can be watched here.
     
  • Dar mais visibilidade às competências e qualificações em toda a UE: declaração da Comissária Thyssen, na sequência da adoção do novo quadro Europass
    Os Estados-Membros da UE adotaram hoje a proposta da Comissão para rever o atual quadro Europass. A revisão, que visa simplificar e modernizar o CV Europass e outras ferramentas no domínio das competências para a era digital, ajudará as pessoas em toda a UE a dar mais visibilidade às suas qualificações e competências e ajudará os responsáveis políticos a antecipar as necessidades e as tendências do mercado de trabalho. Em reação ao acordo dos Estados-Membros, a Comissária responsável pelo Emprego, Assuntos Sociais, Competências e Mobilidade Laboral, Marianne Thyssen, declarou: «Congratulo-me vivamente com o facto de o Conselho ter hoje adotado a revisão da Decisão Europass. (…) O Europass tem claramente demonstrado o seu valor acrescentado como um meio de comunicação de competências em toda a UE, mas tem de evoluir em paralelo com os desafios e oportunidades da era digital. Graças à adoção, hoje, da nossa proposta de modernização, o Europass passará a oferecer um portfólio eletrónico para guardar e partilhar informações, ferramentas para a autoavaliação das competências pessoais e para descrever as formações, formais e informais, e as qualificações. (…) A Comissão aguarda com expectativa os trabalhos de lançamento desta nova era do Europass, em estreita cooperação com os Estados-Membros e as partes interessadas. Gostaria de agradecer a todos os intervenientes o seu compromisso para garantir aos nossos cidadãos melhores ferramentas e serviços em matéria de competências e qualificações». A Comissão adotou uma proposta de revisão da Decisão Europass de 2004 como uma das dez ações previstas na Agenda de Competências para a Europa, em outubro de 2016. A declaração completa está disponível online.

 

Biblioteca / Livros: Oferta do Prof. Doutor Ricardo Gouveia

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TÍTULO: Tiger Duff: India, Madeira and Empire in Eighteenth-Century Scotland


COTA: 330.342 MUT Tig

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TÍTULO: Analytics at work: smarter decisions, better results


COTA: 65.012.3 DAV Ana

 

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TÍTULO: Balanced scorecards & operacional dashboards with microsoft excel


COTA: 65.012.3 PER Bal

 
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