“Today’s Skills for Tomorrow”

“Today’s Skills for Tomorrow”
“Today’s Skills for Tomorrow”

The delegation of the European Commission in Greece participates in the 86th Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) with events and actions that highlight Europe’s responses to modern challenges.

From 10 to 18 September at the Delegation’s stand (no 10), visitors will be informed about the possibilities of the European Recovery Fund/NEXTGENEU, about the European “Green” Deal/European “Green” Deal, the EU’s policies on cyber security, training possibilities, youth policies and other topical issues concerning the European Union.

Executives of the European Commission, the Europe Direct centers, and academics will present the European policies on these issues and discuss with the citizens.

At the same time, at the delegation’s stand, young people will have the opportunity to learn how they can travel to Europe for free with the Discover EU program and learn about the circular economy and climate change.

“Today’s Skills for Tomorrow”

In the framework of the European Year of Youth 2022, the Representation of the European Commission in Greece is organizing on September 10, 2022 (14.15-17.00) at the “Nikolaos Germanos” amphitheater, an event/dialogue on the topic “Today’s Skills for Tomorrow”.

Young men and women are invited to participate in the event to learn about skills and qualifications that will help them in their professional development.

The discussion will take place with the vice-president of the European Commission, responsible for the Promotion of our European Way of Life Margaret Ropesthe Minister of Education and Religious Affairs Niki Kerameosthe Minister of Digital Governance Kyriakos Pierrakakisand the Minister of Labor and Social Affairs Kostis Hatzidakis.

The directors of two European organizations based in Greece will participate in the dialogue. The executive director of ENISA (European Union Agency for Cybersecurity), Juhan Lepassaarand executive director of CEDEFOP (European Center for the Development of Vocational Training), Juergen Siebel.

As well as the director in the Directorate-General for Employment of the European Commission, Barbara Kauffmannthe commander of DYPA (former OAED), Spyros Protopsaltisand the special secretary for European Social Fund Program Management at the Ministry of Development and Investments, Victory of Dandolo.

The Deputy Minister of Development and Investments, Yannis Tsakiriswill close the debate with his speech on the new NSRF as an important driver for enhancing human skills.

The discussion will be moderated by the journalist, Elena Papadimitriou.

To participate in the event and receive the necessary invitation send a message to: [email protected] with the theme “DETH DIALOGUE”. Your name, date of birth, email, mobile phone, and status. Places are limited and will be strictly on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants will receive a TIF access code.

The article is in Greek

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