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08-06-2023 - 07:43 BUDG

The Committee on Budgets will receive Members of the European affairs subcommittee of the Budget committee of the German Bundestag on 8 June. They will discuss current budgetary issues, such as the upcoming revision of the EU's long term budget (MFF), new own resources for the EU budget, and support to Ukraine.

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08-06-2023 - 07:42 EMPL

The Committee on Employment and Social Affairs will discuss the Commission’s report on the outcomes of the 2021-2027 cohesion policy programming exercise on 8 June. Among the goals set out in the Cohesion Policy, particularly ESF plus, there is investing in people by developing digital skills, promoting reskilling and upskilling as well as inclusive and sustainable labour markets and quality jobs. 1.3 million additional jobs are expected by 2027.

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08-06-2023 - 07:42

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08-06-2023 - 07:42

Studies, in-depth analyses and briefings produced by Parliament's policy departments and the Economic Governance Support Unit are available online in the dedicated section for Supporting Analyses. Apart from searching specific publications, a selection of papers and upcoming events can be found under "Highlights". A monthly overview of the work of policy departments is published in "Periodicals", with key studies on thematic issues.

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08-06-2023 - 07:41

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08-06-2023 - 07:41

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