ENETOSH Network Connections

The European Association of Paritarian Institutions (AEIP) represents the social protection institutions jointly managed by social partners (paritarian institutions) and aims to promote the paritarian management of social protection at the EU-level. This has been its key objective since its founding in 1996.
AEIP has 25 members and 29 affiliates in 19 European countries with partnerships in the USA and Canada.

ASEAN-OSHNET as an effective network in fostering a safe and healthy working environment to bring about a productive and competitive workforce, towards a better quality of life. Member countries are Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. The mission of the network is beneficial cooperation and solidarity among the national OSH institutions of the ASEAN countries, high capability of national OSH institutions in OSH promotion, training and research, free flow of OSH information, particularly through utilization of information and communication technology, as well as harmonization of OSH standards and guidelines.
The members countries all have a focus on one of the different fields of OSH. The Philippines have their focus on the field of education and training.

American Society of Safety Engineers

Founded in 1911, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) is the world’s oldest professional safety society. ASSE promotes the expertise, leadership and commitment of its members, while providing them with professional development, advocacy and standards development. It also sets the occupational safety, health and environmental community’s standards for excellence and ethics.

BALcanOSH.net is a wide network of professional civil society organizations, supported by the social partners in promoting the idea that creating a preventive culture can lead to safer and healthier jobs. During the BALcanOSH initial meeting in Pristina in September 2016, the new network was initiated.
MOSHA (Macedonian Occupational Safety And Health Association), a member of the ENETOSH network, is the leading institution, in partnership with the Serbian, Kosovar, Albanian and Montenegrin OSH associations, in associate partnership with the IOSH, Croatian OSH institute, Slovenian association of safety engineers and Bulgarian OSH foundation.

bildung+gesundheit network Switzerland is a national network that is committed to the implementation of prevention and health promotion in the school context as well as the cooperation and coordination of the various actors.

The Alliance for Education is a unique network in the education sector. With members from all levels of the educational landscape and as an interface between the education industry and the public sector, the Alliance for Education offers exciting points of contact for individual and joint work in the transformation of digital education. The BfB members have the opportunity to support decision-makers from business and politics directly in the digital transformation of education and to support the exchange of experience for non-profit activities in the field of the information society and to bundle project plans. The Alliance for Education is also involved in various international initiatives, such as the European EdTech Alliance.

European Centre for the Development of Vocational Training

Cedefop is the European Agency to promote the development of vocational education and training (VET) in the European Union.
TTnet is a network of national networks set up by Cedefop in 1998 as a Pan-European forum for key players and decision-makers in the training and professional development of vocational teachers and trainers all over Europe.

The Danish UNESCO-ASP (Associated Schools Project) network is part of the International UNESCO ASP Network, which presently includes 11,500 schools and educational institutions in 182 countries.

The Danish UNESCO ASP network contains of 37 schools: three primary, 14 primary & lower secondary, 18 upper secondary schools, one vocational training, and two teacher training Colleges. All together they are called Sustainable Development Goals Schools – in short UNESCO SDG Schools.

EAN is a network of apprentices at European level, established in 2017 to make sure that the voice of young apprentices is heard in discussions related to VET, in particular for apprenticeships.

The network is currently organised in three pillars, representing apprentices and VET students at different levels: National organisations, European organisations and Individuals who wish to engage in creating national representation structures where they don’t exist.

The current network was selected in 2019 and will be renewed in 2022. The diversity of profiles among members of the network allows to have in-depth debate and create comprehensive overview of voice of apprentices. EAN is formed by current apprentices and former apprentices, representatives of student structures and representatives of youth labour unions.

European Association of Schools of Occupational Medicine

The European Association of Schools of Occupational Medicine (EASOM) exists to promote the highest standards of education and training in occupational medicine in Europe. This will be achieved through the exchange of knowledge, skills and experience of teaching and training between member schools.

Education and Employers is a UK based charity launched in 2009 which aims to“provide young people with the inspiration, motivation, knowledge, skills and opportunities they need to help them achieve their potential”. The charity believes that every young person in our country, wherever they live, whatever their parents or carers’ circumstances, should have the opportunity to meet a diverse range of volunteers and hear first-hand about jobs and the world of work.

To help make this happen the charity works with state schools, employers, the national bodies that represent them and a wide range of other partners including the government and third sector organisations.

European Forum of Technical and Vocational Education and Training

EfVET is one of the leading European-wide professional associations which has been created by, and for, Vocational Education and Training (VET) providers. EfVET’s policy and strategy are formulated by its member colleges and VET institutions. It collaborates with but is independent of all government and funding bodies. Its income is derived from membership subscription, grants and sponsorship.

European Map of Intergenerational Learning

EMIL is a collaborative learning network that aims to provide a general overview of the role and status of intergenerational learning. It undertakes this through collecting, exchanging, and distributing ideas and resources and by supporting regional, European and global networking strategies. EMIL brings together a range of partnerships promoting and supporting intergenerational learning in all its varied forms.

European Network for Mental Health Promotion

The ENMHP is a network for people interested in mental health promotion. ENMHP has more than 1600 members from Europe and beyond. ENMHP membership includes policy makers, practitioners and educators. The network aims to influence practitioners, policy makers, professionals and administrators. ENMHP builds on the work of ProMenPol project. ProMenPol was a 36-month project being undertaken by partners from Germany, Austria, Ireland, Finland, Estonia, Greece and Belgium. The project was a co-ordination action funded by the European Commission under the 6th Framework Programme. One of the tasks of the project was to improve the understanding of health determinants (specifically: to increase understanding/ knowledge across Member States in research terms, of health promotion and health protection policy for mental health, comparison of best practice, the prevention of mental disorders in environments such as educational institutions, workplaces, residential homes for the elderly, together with an identification of the impact of such measures on cognitive and emotional development).

The European Network of Safety and Health Professional Organisations (ENSHPO) brings together safety and health professional organisations from the current EU member states, new member states, applicant countries, and other European countries.
On 19th September 2007, a Memorandum of Understanding between ENSHPO and ENETOSH was signed. This memorandum of Understanding aims at a future co-operation between both networks especially in the area of education and training.

Prof. Bianchi & Dr. Bollmann signing the memorandum

The European Network for Workplace Health Promotion (ENWHP) is an informal network of national occupational health and safety institutes, public health, health promotion and statutory social insurance institutions. ENWHP is a platform for all stakeholders interested in the improvement of workplace health and committed to working towards the vision & mission of the ENWHP: "healthy employees in healthy organisations". Currently the network has national contact offices in 28 countries.

European Network for Quality Assurance in Vocational Education and Training

EQAVET (former name: ENQUA-VET) is a community of practice bringing together Member States, Social Partners and the European Commission to promote European collaboration in developing and improving quality assurance in VET by using the European Quality Assurance Reference Framework. EQAVET was established by the European Commission in October 2005 to support the implementation of the Copenhagen Declaration:
In November 2002, the European Ministers of Vocational Education and Training meeting in Copenhagen agreed “to increase voluntary cooperation in vocational education and training, in order to promote mutual trust, transparency and recognition of competences and qualifications, and thereby establishing a basis for increasing mobility and facilitating access to lifelong learning”.
“Promoting cooperation in quality assurance with particular focus on exchange of models and methods, as well as common criteria and principles for quality in vocational education and training” was seen as a key priority in the Copenhagen Declaration.

European Training Foundation

ETF's mission is to help transition and developing countries harness the potential of their human capital through the reform of education, training, and labour market systems, in the context of EU external relations policies. ETF supports 29 countries bordering the EU to improve their vocational education and training systems, analyse skills needs, and develop their labour markets. By doing so, ETF helps them to improve social cohesion and achieve more sustainable economic growth, which in turn benefits Member States and their citizens by improving economic relations.

european university continuing education network

Aims and objectives of the eucen network are to contribute to the social, economic and cultural life of Europe through the promotion and advancement of lifelong learning within higher education institutions in Europe and elsewhere, and to foster universities' influence in the development of lifelong learning knowledge and policies throughout Europe.

European Providers of Vocational Education and Training

EUproVET is a representational platform for European VET providers. EUproVET contributes to the European agenda by providing the labour market with a skilled and high qualified labour force, contributing to social inclusion, from both the social and economic perspectives, contributing to life long learning, creating smooth pathways to higher stages of education and contributing to an open European Vocational Education and Training Area (EVETA).

European Association of Institutions in Higher Education

EURASHE’s mission is to strengthen the impact of innovative, high quality professional higher education and related user-oriented research in Europe by representing professional higher education institutions and facilitating their multi-stakeholder cooperation and dialogue.

The European Distance and E-Learning Network (EDEN) is Europe's largest network of institutions and individuals dealing with e-learning, and – more broadly speaking – open and distance education. Its purpose is to share knowledge and improve understanding amongst professionals in distance and e-learning.

European Schoolnet is a network of 34 European Ministries of Education, based in Brussels, Belgium. As a not-for-profit organisation, the network aims to bring innovation in teaching and learning to the key stakeholders: Ministries of Education, schools, teachers, researchers, and industry partners.

The European Community for Safety and Health at Work (EHEA) is a professional association of occupational safety professionals that disseminates world best practices and develops occupational safety and health competencies. The experts of the association are specialists with practical experience in international companies and European qualifications.

In their professional activity the members of the ESOSH share the visionof the community that life is the highest value and do their utmost to prevent any harm to human life and health, carry out missions– form a safe mindset and spread leadership in occupational safety, seek to the goal– develop their own professional competence and become a source of development for others and achieve goals: disseminate knowledge obtained from qualified, experienced security professionals, combine efforts with other professionals who share the desire for safe work and European values and spread the attitude to labor protection as a moral obligation.

EuroSafe’s mission is to prevent home and leisure accidents by working in partnership with industry, governments, research institutes and health and safety practitioners to help reduce the greatest risks. Supported by its members, EuroSafe exists to promote: Better sharing of resources: To organise the exchange of injury data and successful practices in prevention and to develop partnerships for joint projects.
The main focus is to promote the safety of Europe’s citizens by enhancing the safety of products and services that are available on the European market, to raise awareness amongst professionals, as well as the general public, of injury risks at home and in leisure and offer cost effective measures to prevent these injuries.

The Eurydice Network provides information on and analyses of European education systems and policies.
It consists of 42 national units based in 38 countries participating in the Erasmus+ programme (28 Member States, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Montenegro, Norway, Serbia, Switzerland and Turkey). It is coordinated and managed by the EU Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency in Brussels, which drafts its publications and databases.

European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training

The European Association of Institutes for Vocational Training (EVBB) is the European umbrella association of free and non-profit educational providers.
Its objective lies in the qualitative improvement of vocational education and training in European countries and an increase in the efforts being carried out in education at a European level.

European Vocational Training Association

The European Vocational Training Association – EVTA, is a leading European network in the field of Vocational Education and Training, representing VET providers across Europe. Established in Belgium in 1998 as an International No-Profit Association (AISBL), EVTA is the result of the cooperation between VET providers from different EU countries in the framework of the Euroqualification project.

EU-OSHA’s main safety and health information network is made up of a focal point in each EU Member State, as well as in Candidate and potential Candidate Countries and EFTA countries. Focal points are nominated by each government as the Agency's official representative in that country, and they are normally the national authority for safety and health at work.
The members of the Agency Contact group “Education and Training in Occupational Safety and Health” are in turn nominated by the focal points.
According to the Community Strategies and the current Strategic Framework on OSH the EU-Agency is carrying out activities in the field of mainstreaming OSH into education since 2002. The Agency provides a special website dedicated to Mainstreaming OSH into education.

Mainstreaming OSH into education:

Focal points: osha.europa.eu
Website: osha.europa.eu
Campaigns: osha.europa.eu

Founded in 2017 by Sizwe Nxasana and Dr Judy Dlamini, Future Nation Schools is a network of independent schools that aims to lead the African Education Revolution through relevant, futuristic, Africa-focused and technology-enabled education.

Geolibrary.org is an electronic library of occupational and environmental health training materials with a specialty branch, Road Safety at Work. The library user information is available in six languages, and contains training materials and practice tools located in the public domain and are available to the user free of charge.
The GeoLibrary is a project of the Network of Collaborating Centres Work Plan in support of the WHO strategy of “Occupational Health for All.”

International Commission on Occupational Health

In 1985, the ICOH established a Scientific Committee on Education and Training in Occupational Health. This Scientific committee has been established to improve education and training in the field of health and safety at work, inclusive the education of medical students and students of other relevant disciplines, the education of occupational health nurses, occupational physicians, occupational hygienists, safety experts, psychologists, and other experts in occupational safety and health (OSH), and the education of non-OSH experts relevant for occupational safety and health, such as general practitioners in primary health care, human resource managers and engineers.
The aim is to raise the level of knowledge and skills on all aspects of occupational safety and health. The education and training includes not only the vocational training of relevant professionals but also the cycle of lifelong learning. The committee is similarly committed to the education and training in occupational safety and health of workers and managers, their representatives, and of volunteers active in this field. As education and access to and use of reliable information are closely connected, the committee will take the need to improve access and use of reliable information into account.

International Occupational Safety and Health Knowledge Network

Enhancing OSH knowledge and information networking activities is a strategic objective of the ILO. A key role is to enrich the worldwide dialogue on prevention through various means and activities aiming together at strengthening and actively supporting the contribution of knowledge in OSH to the large societal debates on the topic. The Collaboration Network, formerly known as the network of CIS National and Collaborating Centres, provides a basis for collaboration among OSH agencies, institutions and organizations.


The International Network of Safety & Health Practitioner Organisations (INSHPO)

INSHPO is the global voice for the occupational safety and health profession and acts as a forum for international collaboration among professional organisations to improve safety and health at work. INSHPO started from an appreciation that occupational safety and health issues and concerns are not limited by national borders. With the increasing worldwide distribution of products and provision of services, the widespread migration of workers, and the conduct of international corporate activities, almost every issue that occupational safety and health professionals face is global in scope. Yet, in this climate, practising generalists often lack the facility to influence policymakers on a global scale and establish effective, mutually supportive international networks and address concerns of common interest. In response, the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE), and the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) in the United Kingdom created INSHPO in 2001. INSHPO has since grown to include 14 member organisations in 11 countries.

Global database on OSH agencies, institutions and organizations

INTEROSH is a global database, provided by the International Labour Organization ILO, on agencies, institutions and organizations actively engaged in knowledge development, capacity enhancement and dissemination of information in the vast technical domain of occupational health and safety. It covers their main functions, governance modalities, resources, research priorities, strategy, delivery of services, public awareness-raising activities, and international networking practices. Users can browse information and download source documents such as reports and publications. Contact information is made available in order to facilitate direct exchanges and collaboration.

International Occupational Hygiene Association

The International Occupational Hygiene Association (IOHA) represents the global community of occupational hygienists. IOHA is an association of occupational hygiene organisations from across the world, all of which are dedicated to the discipline and application of the inherent principles of occupational hygiene.
The Occupational Hygiene Training Association (OHTA) was formed to promote better standards of occupational hygiene practice throughout the world and provide training in the discipline. IOHA supports OHTA and are working together to provide formal recognition of the qualifications delivered by the OHTA training programmes.

International Safety and Health Construction Co-ordinators Organization

The foundation members saw the objective of the association as the protection of the safety and health of all the contributors to a building project. This objective will be realized through a homogenous global training program, common means and the transposition of the basic legal framework. It is set by the national member associations whom we are offering career development opportunities, greater practical experience as well as the promotion of their scientific capacities, specifically the reinforcement of the professional identity of the safety and health coordinators in Europe and beyond.

The Special Commission on Prevention of the International Social Security Association (ISSA) is composed of 13 international prevention sections. One of these sections is dedicated to education and training for prevention.
The ISSA is the world's leading international organization for social security institutions, government departments and agencies. The ISSA promotes excellence in social security administration through professional guidelines, expert knowledge, services and support to enable its members to develop dynamic social security systems and policy throughout the world. Founded in 1927 under the auspices of the International Labour Organization, the ISSA counts more than 320 member organizations in over 150 countries.

Website of the Section of the ISSA on Education and Training for Prevention: www.issa.int/en/web/prevention-education

The Lifelong Learning Platform is an umbrella that gathers 44 European organisations active in the field of education, training and youth, coming from all over Europe and beyond. Currently these networks represent more than 50 000 educational institutions and associations covering all sectors of formal, non-formal and informal learning. Their members reach out to several millions of beneficiaries.

The Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network was launched in October 1993 at the annual meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA). It includes occupational health specialists primarily from Canada, Mexico and the United States who are active in the APHA, American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA), American Conference of Government Industrial Hygienists (ACGIH), American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), National Safety Council (NSC) and the 20-plus local grassroots Committees for Occupational Safety and Health (COSH) groups in the U.S. and Canada.
The Network has expanded its work from Mexico to include projects in Bangladesh, Central American, China, the Dominican Republic, Indonesia, and Vietnam.
The Maquiladora Health & Safety Support Network is a volunteer network of 300 occupational safety and health professionals who have placed their names on a resource list to provide information, technical assistance and on-site instruction regarding workplace hazards to worker and community organizations in the developing world. Network members, including industrial hygienists, toxicologists, epidemiologists, occupational physicians and nurses, and health educators among others, are donating their time and expertise to create safer and healthier working conditions for workers employed by transnational corporations around the world.

National Association of Organizations in Occupational Safety and Health was founded in 2011. At present its membership consists of 67 organizations all over Russia. They deal with issues of training and education in occupational safety and render services in occupational safety and health.
In the scope of the 14th ENETOSH Network Meeting in Turin, a Memorandum of Understanding between NAOOSH and ENETOSH was signed on 5th November 2012. The aim of the memorandum is to establish relations between the two organizations with a view of strengthening and extending cooperation between the Russian Federation and European Union's countries in the sphere of education and training in occupational safety and health.

Dmitry N. Platygin & Dr. Bollmann signing the memorandum

Since 2016 the NEU has been operating an on-line health and safety forum so that members can communicate with each other, develop networks, share good practice/success stories, publicise events and seek answers to particular questions. There are currently 371 members, including NUT school representatives, health and safety representatives, health and safety officers and staff. When a member of the group sends an email from the group email address, it goes to everyone in the group and replies also go to all members

Mail address of the forum:

NESET is an international advisory network of experts working on the social dimension of education and training. The social dimension of education refers to the potential of education and training systems to reduce poverty and enhance equity and social inclusion, laying foundations for the development of more prosperous and more cohesive European societies. It was set up to contribute to the improvement of European-level policy development and cooperation in education and training in order to support and supplement the efforts of the Member States to improve and modernise their education systems.

As a designated WHO collaborating centre, the members of the global network of WHO collaborating centres for occupational health's overall purpose is to assist the organization in implementing the World Health Assembly Resolution 60.26: the Global Plan of Action on Workers' Health, 2008-2017. Members of the network are currently undertaking activities in line with the workplan objectives for the period 2012-2017.

The Organising Bureau of European School Student Unions (OBESSU) is the platform for cooperation between the national school student unions active in general secondary and secondary vocational education in Europe. It was founded in April 1975 in Dublin, Ireland and brings together Member, Candidate and Affiliate Organisations from all over Europe. All Member Organisations are independent, national, representative and democratic school student organisations.

OIC Network for Occupational Safety and Health (OIC-OSHNET) is a transnational networks project under the framework of Vocational Education and Training Programme for Islamic Countries (OIC-VET). It was proposed by the Statistical Economic and Social Research and Training Centre for Islamic Countries (SESRIC) in order to establish closer cooperation for sharing knowledge, experience and new technologies, conduct joint research and training, exchange of good practices and to organize new initiatives, projects and programmes in the field of Occupational Safety and Health among similar local, national and regional institutions, OSH researchers and practitioners, national authorities, policy makers, social security institutions and employers' and workers' organizations active in this field in the OIC Member Countries.

OSHAfrica, structured with a Regional Administrative Office in Lagos, Nigeria, and with sub-regional leadership offices across all African sub-regions, launched the OSHAfrica web platform with the aim of bringing activities closer to each OSHAfrican.
Occupational Safety and Health Africa Foundation with the trademark OSHAfrica is a Pan-African Occupational Safety and Health organisation legally registered in 2017 with the principal aim of bringing together Occupational Safety and Health professionals across Africa, creating an atmosphere for collaborative work, sharing of knowledge and OSH data across different countries and sub-regions of Africa. One of the founders (from Nigeria) is a member of the ENETOSH network. Of course, Education and Training in OSH across Africa is one of the important topics of OSHAfrica.

EU-OSHA’s OSHVET project aims to raise awareness of occupational safety and health (OSH) among teachers and students in vocational education and training (VET), and provide practical information and resources at regional and national levels across EU, EFTA and accession countries.

Partnership for European Research in Occupational Safety and Health

PEROSH is a network of 14 European Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) institutes. They play key roles in national affiliations to governments/authorities and health and accident insurance systems. PEROSH members aim to coordinate and cooperate on European research and development efforts in occupational safety and health. International projects, conferences and events are organized to offer participants knowledge and inspiration to perform on an even higher level.

The US National Safety Council (NSC) with global partners organise the Robert W. Campbell Award, an international award for business excellence. The Award recognizes companies that have successfully integrated health, safety and environmental management into their overall business operations.
The Award programme is supported by a network of more than 20 Global Partners across five continents. The Award business cases have been converted to be used as resources for engineering and business schools, and to promote partnerships with business schools and cooperation among professors/lecturers.
In 2009, ENETOSH joined the global network of the Robert W. Campbell Award.

The School Health Research Network (SHRN) brings together secondary schools and academic researchers, policy-makers and practitioners from health, education and social care to improve young people’s health and wellbeing in the school setting. It is a partnership between Welsh Government, Public Health Wales (PHW), Cancer Research UK and the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods. It is led by the Centre for the Development and Evaluation of Complex Interventions for Public Health Improvement (DECIPHer) at Cardiff University.

THE SDG 8 INITIATIVE is the University of Gothenburg´s commitment to Sustainable Development Goal 8 of the 2030 Agenda. The aim is to achieve sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all. The University of Gothenburg, as part of the International Association of Universities (IAU) and its Higher Education and Research for Sustainable Development (HESD) Cluster, has been asked to take a lead specifically on SDG 8. Every goal has its lead university, resulting in a global network of universities coordinating different goals.

Schools for Health in Europe network (SHE) aims to support organisations and professionals to further develop and sustain school health promotion in each country by providing the European platform for school health promotion. The network is coordinated by CBO, as a WHO Collaborating Centre for School Health Promotion.

Network of Safety Specialists in Germany. The Sifa Network Germany is an association of interested parties on the broad topics of occupational health and safety.

The Global Public-Private Knowledge Sharing Platform on Skills for Employment (Global KSP) aims to help strengthen the links between education and training to productive and decent work by sharing approaches, knowledge and experiences that governments, employers, workers and international organizations have found effective in addressing these issues of common concern across the world.

RoSPA takes an active role in a number of European projects on injury prevention. Meeting professionals from other countries leads to valuable exchange of information and good practice. Projects: European Child Safety Alliance, Child Safety Action Plans, RoSPA and the AdRisk project, European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe)

European Research Network on Vocational Education and Training

The European Research Network in Vocational Education and Training (VETNET) covers a broad range of research and development activities in vocational education and training (VET). The field of VET-related research covers both initial VET and continuing vocational training, both school-based and workplace-based learning provisions as well as the development of pedagogic expertise for vocational and professional education.

Young PARE is a working group of the Standing Committee of PARE, which is embedded within EULAR, the European League against Rheumatism. Within the Young PARE working group, there are a series of five committees.
Young PARE aims to improve the quality of life of young people with rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases (RMDs) by raising the profile of these conditions, and by creating a network of individuals who work in European countries on behalf of young people with RMDs.
The Young PARE Working Group consists of eight representatives from different European countries. These individuals have first-hand experience of living with an RMD, and are passionate about supporting other young people with RMD. The Working Group are supported by the Young PARE Committees, consisting of five groups of individuals focusing on different aspects of Young PARE’s work.

The Youth Wiki is Europe's online encyclopaedia in the area of national youth policies. The platform is a comprehensive database of national structures, policies and actions supporting young people. It covers the eight main fields of action identified in the 2010-2018 EU Youth Strategy: education and training, employment and entrepreneurship, health and well-being, participation, voluntary activities, social inclusion, youth and the world, and creativity and culture.

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