Welcome to the website of the European Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring!
The Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring is a European-wide, non-profit organisation to further concepts and instruments in the field of Regional Labour Market Monitoring. The aim is to distribute common methods for the study, research and analysis of regional labour market monitoring. The overall objective is to promote a better understanding of the functioning of the Regional Labour Market Monitoring as an essential instrument for labour market strategies in accordance with the European Employment Strategy.
Institutes, organisations and companies from 26 countries all over Europe are active members of the European Network on Regional Labour Market Monitoring to improve regional labour market monitoring. The main aim of this web site is to support the exchange and distribution of information about news, work, challenges and aims of regional labour market monitoring.
The Annual Meeting and European Day of the EN RLMM will take place on 5 and 6 October 2017 in Tirana, Albania (download programme)
This year, the Network conference is organised in co-operation with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ, the German Development Agency). On 5 October we’re going to talk about the importance of governance of regional labour market monitoring for evidence-based policy-making. We’ll explore how the provision of labour market information is structured and governed in different regions/countries and analyse how this affects its use in policy development and political decision-making processes. On 6 October, we’ll look closer at the setting up of regional labour market monitoring systems in developing and emerging countries and discuss the associated challenges and opportunities from different perspectives.
For questions concerning the programme, please contact Sigrid Rand, the Manager of the EN RLMM (email@example.com, +49-69-798-25474). Please address your questions related to the conference venue (including travelling and accommodation), to Lindita Puka at GIZ Albania (firstname.lastname@example.org, +355-69-4034272). Please note that some of you might need a visa for travelling to Albania. We would like to ask you to check the entry requirements for Albania well in advance and let Sigrid Rand know if you need an invitation to the event.