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#EURESMovingForward - The new EURES information campaign

#EURESMovingForward, the new EURES social information campaign, aiming at promoting professional mobility in Europe, has been launched in these days and will last until next February 26th

In these months of health emergency, during which strong restrictions were imposed on travel and mobility between countries and the very pillar of free movement of workers seemed to be temporarily put aside,

EURES with its network of about 1000 advisors across Europe has continued to be operational, working to support citizens, workers and employers in addressing the critical issues, related to the particular situation and to continue to promote the employability and free mobility of workers in Europe. 

The new information campaign #EURESMovingForward aims not only to "recognise" and "make known" the work done unitl now by the EURES network, but above all to "share" with the EURES public a positive message for the future, because professional mobility in Europe is still a priority of the European Commission

Thanks to EURES, which has been supporting jobseekers and employers throughout the European Union for over 25 years, it is still possible to move and work in any of the member countries, thanks to free professional advices and the most up-to-date information.

The key word is therefore "moving forward", provided that the guidelines issued by the different countries are respected, in full compliance with all health and safety regulations. 

If you'd like to follow the new information campaign that will have an editorial, graphic and textual line, shared by each of the countries that join the EURES network, just connect to the Eures social pages on Facebook, Twitter and Linkedin and, to learn more, visit the EURES portal at:

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