Results from 2015 CALL Conference: EU Labour Mobility – A gift or a burden?

The following documents contain results and presentations from the recent CALL Conference.

1) Recommendations from the Conference 

2) Conference Programme  

3) Prof Dr Johan Temmerman, Dean of the Protestant Theological Faculty, Brussels, The ethics of forgiveness in the light of migration

4) Doris Peschke, General Secretary, Churches Commission for Migrants in Europe, Employment and mobility – “Facts and Figures” 

5) European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, Intra EU mobility at a glance: Recent Trends and Policies

6) Dr Bela Galgoczi, European Trade Union Institute, East-West Intra-EU labour mobility

7) Ms Kinga Joó, European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), Group III (Various Interest Groups), EU labour mobility – a gift or a burden?

8) Francisco Perez Flores, European Commission, Directorate General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion

·         Free movement of workers – the legal EU framework

·         Labour Mobility in the EU: facts, figures and the labour mobility package

·         2014 – Annual report on labour mobility

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