Faster, more convenient, more advantageous: Unified client service centres

Save time and money by visiting a single client service centre instead of receiving necessary services from separate state or local government institutions. That is an advantage that unified state client service centres (VVKAC) will offer.
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Training for employers

The knowledge, skills and talents of social partners – employers, labour unions and local governments – allow them to pursue successful and bilateral social dialogue, as well as to be competent in terms of taking part in the decision-making process in regions, Latvia and the European Union.
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Communications in the contemporary environment

The European common market, cross-border co-operation projects, the ever more active movement of residents within the EU, the increased availability of the internet, the wider and more frequent use of modern technologies in communications – all of these reveal a series of problems that are based on the need to communicate with representatives of various cultures in an unaccustomed E-environment.
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Work safety at companies – assistance for new entrepreneurs

Because of the importance of work safety at companies, the Latvian Confederation of Employers (LDDK) published materials to help new businesspeople. “Accidents at work happen most often at small and medium enterprises,” says LDDK general director Līga Menģelsone. “Managers there often lack the time and knowledge to focus sufficiently on work safety.
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Volunteers: Benefits today and tomorrow!

Volunteer work for young people allows them to do things that service social interests, as well as to test their skills in various professions and gain experience and contacts that can be of good use in their careers or their choice of what to study.
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The public participation project “Latvia 2030: Your Choice”

The public participation project “Latvia 2030: Your Choice” was implemented to find out what people in Latvia think about the country’s future. This was done in support of an expert group chaired by Professor Roberts Ķīlis and charged with drafting Latvia’s sustainable development strategy (LIAS). The aim was to sketch out developmental guidelines for the country until 2030.
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Work with Youth Annual Prize 2012

Late in 2010, the Ministry of Education and Science initiated a prize ceremony “Work with Youth”, congratulating winners in various regions of Latvia. The prize allows the ministry to recognise local governments, people who work with young people, as well as youth organisations for their investment in improving the quality of life for young Latvians. Each winner received a diploma and a commemorative prize.
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Research about the NGO Fund of the European Economic Zone and Norway Financial Instruments

From September 2007 until February 2011, the European Economic Zone and the Norwegian government implemented a bilateral financial instrument, “NGO Fund,” in Latvia. The Public Integration Fund was responsible for the administration of the instrument, and in order to prepare for the next programme’s period, the fund wanted to learn about the views of project applicants and organisers in the process about the NGO Fund’s operations and about how it can be utilised in future.
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An evaluation of a supplement published in Latvijas Avīze by the the European Commission Representation in Latvia

The European Commission Representation in Latvia finances a weekly supplement in the newspaper Latvijas Avīze, “Right Here in Europe!” to provide regular information about EU issues to the people of Latvia and to offer more information about specific aspects thereof.
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The Learning Lab for Integration

There are many examples in the world of organisations that help differently abled people to return to the labour market, become involved in public processes, and gain an education and new qualifications. There are many ideas in this regard, but they have not been correlated in a single location.
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Informational materials to facilitate social dialogue in Latvia

From the very start, the Latvian Confederation of Employers (LDDK) has worked to enhance the competitiveness of Latvian companies that are based on people with business ideas and teams that are prepared to implement the ideas and work together. There are many ambitious people in Latvia, and sometimes they only need advice to ensure success in their business.
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Public relations in practice

Intensive training sessions that last for one, two or three days help to look at public relation issues, particularly in terms of their practical aspects. Many activities are practical in nature. There are also discussions, case studies and exchanges of experience among participants.
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