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We need active labour market policies to help people find and keep work.
Political efforts must also continue to support active labour market policies.
Their active labour market policies combined with better care for women with children offer the best quality of life.
We want to see a greater proportion of the taxation and the social security systems reserves transferred into active labour market policies.
The model is based upon an interaction between Keynesian fiscal economics, real wage growth, active labour market policies and state intervention.
Active labour market policies are important.
It was based on similar active labour market policies in Sweden, which Layard has spent much of his academic career studying.
The agenda points to flexible, but reliable, contractual arrangements, comprehensive lifelong learning, active labour market policies, and modern social security systems.
What we are talking about here is taking the existing financial structures, whether at Community or national level, and converting them into more active labour market policies.
Active labour market policies are prominent in the economic policy of the Scandinavian countries, although over the 1990s they grew in popularity across Europe.
Active labour market policies (ALMPs) are used to reduce the risk of unemployment and to increase the earnings capacity of workers.
But we want economic and social cohesion in the Community and active labour market policies, which are reflected in the four pillars of the Luxembourg process.
Active labour market policies (ALMPs) are government programmes that intervene in the labour market to help the unemployed find work.
A strong social protection system, investment in active labour market policies and education and training opportunities for all are essential to reduce unemployment and prevent long term exclusion.
Since 1 January 2007, the EGF has been funding active labour market policies helping workers made redundant as a result of globalisation, for example through:
In the early 1970S interest was awakened in Britain in the case for the development of 'active labour market policies' of the kind adopted in Sweden.
The previous Labour government introduced active labour market policies intended to reduce welfare dependency, an example of the Third Way philosophy favored by Tony Blair.
As regards labour market, these countries are characterised by important expenditures in active labour market policies whose aim is a rapid reinsertion of the unemployed into the labour market.
The most important elements in this strategy are measures to reduce the barriers to employing people, active labour market policies and structural changes in the functioning of product and labour markets.
For that, we need active labour market policies to ensure that work is rewarded, the unemployed are helped to get work, and that training and retraining are central to everything we do.
We need strong, active labour market policies to quickly reintegrate workers laid off and we need strong and viable social protection systems to support those who find themselves unemployed through no fault of their own.
The Swedish welfare state and its "active labour market policies", even if they came out quite intact from the deep recession of the 1990s, have to face a demand for labour still under the level of the 1980s.
Secondly, flexicurity needs a whole range of factors in place to work properly: a good, stable macroeconomic climate, investment in good, active labour market policies, well-developed social dialogue and high-quality policies for social protection.
A plan to encourage household savings was launched, while ALMP (Active Labour Market Policies) were expanded, notably public internships, training programmes, and subsidies for hard-to-place youths and the long-term unemployed.
Together with the reform of certain labour market regulations, they also include, for example, the need to adopt measures which will promote entrepreneurial spirit or active labour market policies - and we state this quite deliberately - to improve employment opportunities.