Achieving an inclusive labour market is a multi-faceted challenge and a key concern for European social partners. Employers’ and workers’ representatives at all levels, as well as social dialogue, have an important role to play to address this challenge. In the context of their European Social Dialogue work programmes for 2006-2008 and for 2009-2010, and on the basis of their Joint Labour Market Analysis, European social partners have negotiated an autonomous framework agreement on “inclusive labour markets”.

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Framework agreement on inclusive labour markets

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