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Strategies for Employment Policy reform: Implementation challenges in decentralised countries
This Peer Review will provide the opportunity to analyse the new system of activation policies in Spain, which reveals the opportunities and challenges of a highly decentralised system of activation policies. It will address issues faced by governments aiming at active labour market policies (ALMP) reforms in a decentralised framework and ways to overcome them by focusing on ownership, coordination and evaluation.
The event will provide opportunities for exchange with other European countries to discuss ALMP efficiency, the steps to reconcile the need of a national activation strategy with regional implementation and the adequate balance between national coordination tools and the autonomy of subnational entities.
The Peer Review will be hosted by the Ministry of Employment and Social Security, Spain, as part of the Mutual Learning Programme.
The Mutual Learning Programme (MLP) under the European Employment Strategy (EES) aims to:
support, coordinate and encourage mutual learning between EU Member States in order to assist progress towards the goals of the European Employment Strategy,
encourage mutual learning opportunities resulting in policy influence at the EU and national levels,
disseminate the results of the MLP and their contribution to the European Employment Strategy to wider audiences.