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Lechner, Reiter & Riesenfelder
Sozialforschung OG, Wien

Labour market conferences of the Expert Academy (Conference, 2003-2007)

The Austro-Hungarian conference, which has been organised annually in Szombathely (West Hungary) since 1995, has in the meanwhile become the most important meeting for occupation and labour market issues in West Hungary and East Austria. Apart from the possibility of discussing current labour market and employment policy topics with national and international experts, these conferences are increasingly becoming a meeting place for political decision makers.  For example in 2005, a personal meeting of Federal Minister Martin Bartenstein (Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour of the Republic of Austria) took place with Minister Gábor Csizmár (Ministry for Labour Policy and Work) and Minister Kinga Göncz (Ministry for Youth, Family, Social Affairs and Equal Opportunities).

Client: Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Labour

Status: finished

Other activities in this project:

Corporate strategies and cross-border regional integration (Report, 2005)
Equal opportunities?! The situation of women in the Austro-Hungarian border region (Report, 2005)
The third sector as labour market policy player - Status quo and challenges from the supra-regional perspective (Report, 2005)
Experts Academies as intermediate organizations of crossborder labour market policy (Book, 2004)
The Roma Centre in "Bogdán János" - Roma Minority Community Centre in Nagykanizsa (Brochure, 2000)


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