European Centre for Work and Society (ECWS)
Centre européen 'Travail et société'
Europees Centrum voor Werk en Samenleving-Opleiding
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1979-10 Utrecht Netherlands
Oct 1979, Utrecht (Netherlands), by 'European Cultural Foundation' and the 'Queen Juliana Foundation'. Became operational Mar 1980. Head Office moved to Maastricht (Netherlands), 1981. sister office in Brussels (Belgium) opened 1987. Registered as a private and independent foundation in accordance with Belgian law.
Study problems created by rising unemployment throughout Europe; serve as a forum for discussion of issues related to the new role of employment and non-employment in industrial society; advise on formulating a European policy in any given problem area.
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