|Author (Corporate)||European Commission: DG Employment Social Affairs and Inclusion|
|Series Title||Official Journal of the European Union|
|Series Details||C 233, Pages 1-13|
Communication published by the European Commission on 14 June 2022, setting out guidance for access to the labour market, vocational education and training, and adult learning of people fleeing the war in Ukraine.
Russia's decision to invade Ukraine in February 2022 led to millions of people fleeing the country and into territory of the European Union (EU). Despite the uncertainty about the number of people likely to stay in the EU and prospects for return, the number of people wanting to enter the labour market in EU Member States was expected to rise, as did those wanting to continue developing their skills.
This Communication presents policy guidance for Member States' actions on access to the labour market, vocational education and training, and adult learning for people fleeing the war. It complements and builds upon actions already undertaken at the EU level aimed at supporting those arriving from Ukraine. This guidance refers to people fleeing the war in Ukraine who are eligible for temporary protection under the Temporary Protection Directive, as well as those who are eligible for adequate protection under national law.
|Subject Categories||Culture, Education and Research, Employment and Social Affairs|
|Subject Tags||Asylum | Refugees, Labour Market, Migration | Immigration, Vocational Education | Training, Wars | Conflicts|
|Keywords||War in Ukraine (2022)
|Countries / Regions||Ukraine|
|International Organisations||European Union [EU]|