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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.
Informação do Projeto
2020-01-01
2021-12-31
Parceiros do Projeto
Informação do Projeto
2019-12-04
2020-12-31
Parceiros do Projeto
 O estudo Práticas Leitoras dos Mediadores de Leitura junto dos jovens (educadores e professores, professores bibliotecários, bibliotecários de leitura pública, mediadores, animadores culturais e outros), visa identificar tendências e desafios que se colocam do ponto de vista da mediação e promoção da leitura nos jovens. .O estudo consiste na revisão da literatura sobre esta problemática e tem como eixos analíticos, entre outros, a leitura em suportes físicos e digitais. O estudo realiza-se no âmbito do Plano Nacional de Leitura 2027.
Informação do Projeto
2019-11-26
2020-02-25
Parceiros do Projeto
In spite of a recent slowdown foreign direct investment from rising China in to Europe has been growing exponentially over the past decade. It ranges from manufacturing, energy, utilities and transport, to financial services, real estate and sports and has been expanding from acquisitions of European firms to greenfield and portfolio investment.The perceived challenges posed by these investments has led to increasing political and media attention, including calls for EU vetting and regulation of acquisitions. Academic research on the phenomenon is however lagging behind these developments. Existing studies moreover tend to have a mono-disciplinary, national or sectoral focus. Over-arching conceptions of the interconnections between investments in multiple sectors and the often cross-European nature and intent of Chinese investments, as well as their (geo)political implications, is almost entirely absent. This does not augur well for the formulation of appropriate policy responses direly needed to engage constructively with rising China. In the light of these scientific gaps and policy needs and by bringing together the leading and pioneering researchers from across Europe and beyond (e.g. China, USA), the aim of this Action is to:(a) pool current and stimulate further research on China’s deepening economic engagements with Europe (b) develop an interdisciplinary, holistic, cross-sectoral and pan-European understanding of the variegated impacts and strategies associated with these engagements; (c) comprehend the likely political and geo-political consequences of these; and (d) generate input on the policy implications of these issues involving relevant agencies from the EU, member countries, business, trade unions and other interested parties. 
Informação do Projeto
2019-11-08
2023-11-07
Parceiros do Projeto
In spite of a recent slowdown foreign direct investment from rising China in to Europe has been growing exponentially over the past decade. It ranges from manufacturing, energy, utilities and transport, to financial services, real estate and sports and has been expanding from acquisitions of European firms to greenfield and portfolio investment. The perceived challenges posed by these investments has led to increasing political and media attention, including calls for EU vetting and regulation of acquisitions.   Academic research on the phenomenon is however lagging behind these developments. Existing studies moreover tend to have a mono-disciplinary, national or sectoral focus. Over-arching conceptions of the interconnections between investments in multiple sectors and the often cross-European nature and intent of Chinese investments, as well as their (geo)political implications, is almost entirely absent. This does not augur well for the formulation of appropriate policy responses direly needed to engage constructively with rising China.   In the light of these scientific gaps and policy needs and by bringing together the leading and pioneering researchers from across Europe and beyond (e.g. China, USA), the aim of this Action is to:(a) pool current and stimulate further research on China’s deepening economic engagements with Europe (b) develop an interdisciplinary, holistic, cross-sectoral and pan-European understanding of the variegated impacts and strategies associated with these engagements; (c) comprehend the likely political and geo-political consequences of these; and (d) generate input on the policy implications of these issues involving relevant agencies from the EU, member countries, business, trade unions and other interested parties.
Informação do Projeto
2019-11-08
2023-11-07