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Global Strategy for Skills, Migration, and Development (GS4S)
24 August 2023

The project, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe program, is coordinated by Radboud University in Nijmegen, (The Netherlands). Within the challenges posed by the aging workforce and the energy transition, GS4S aims to delve into the dynamics leading to the emergence of structural labor shortages on a global scale ( with particular attention to the EU, Western Balkans, Middle East and North Africa, West Africa, and South/Southeast Asia), in three specific sectors (digital, healthcare, and construction The general objective is to enhance integrated response capacity through dynamic combinations of various tools (migration and mobility policies, strenghtening skills and workforce activity rates at the national and local levels, relocations, targeted technological investments, etc.). Particular attention will be devoted to the perspective of companies, both multinational and small to medium-sized Through a combination of different methods ì, the consortium will produce original databases and practical tools aimed at European and non-European institutional, political, and economic actors.

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
In corso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2024
END DATE PROJECT
31/12/2026
TAG
Global Strategy for Skills, Migration, and Development (GS4S)
24 August 2023

The project, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe program, is coordinated by Radboud University in Nijmegen, (The Netherlands). Within the challenges posed by the aging workforce and the energy transition, GS4S aims to delve into the dynamics leading to the emergence of structural labor shortages on a global scale ( with particular attention to the EU, Western Balkans, Middle East and North Africa, West Africa, and South/Southeast Asia), in three specific sectors (digital, healthcare, and construction The general objective is to enhance integrated response capacity through dynamic combinations of various tools (migration and mobility policies, strenghtening skills and workforce activity rates at the national and local levels, relocations, targeted technological investments, etc.). Particular attention will be devoted to the perspective of companies, both multinational and small to medium-sized Through a combination of different methods ì, the consortium will produce original databases and practical tools aimed at European and non-European institutional, political, and economic actors.

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
In corso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2024
END DATE PROJECT
31/12/2026
TAG
Global Strategy for Skills, Migration, and Development (GS4S)
24 August 2023

The project, funded by the European Commission’s Horizon Europe program, is coordinated by Radboud University in Nijmegen, (The Netherlands). Within the challenges posed by the aging workforce and the energy transition, GS4S aims to delve into the dynamics leading to the emergence of structural labor shortages on a global scale ( with particular attention to the EU, Western Balkans, Middle East and North Africa, West Africa, and South/Southeast Asia), in three specific sectors (digital, healthcare, and construction The general objective is to enhance integrated response capacity through dynamic combinations of various tools (migration and mobility policies, strenghtening skills and workforce activity rates at the national and local levels, relocations, targeted technological investments, etc.). Particular attention will be devoted to the perspective of companies, both multinational and small to medium-sized Through a combination of different methods ì, the consortium will produce original databases and practical tools aimed at European and non-European institutional, political, and economic actors.

With the contribution of:
THEMATIC AREAS
PROJECT STATUS
In corso
START DATE PROJECT
01/01/2024
END DATE PROJECT
31/12/2026
TAG
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