23 April 2014

Tunisia Twinned With Switzerland, France to Sharpen Employment Policies

Tunis, — A twinning project between Tunisia, France and Switzerland that seeks to sharpen policies and tools to address unemployment was at the centre of debate, Wednesday, as part of a seminar on the quality management system.

The two-day event is organised by the National Agency for Employment and Self-Employment (ANETI), in collaboration with France's "Pôle Emploi."

The 2.5 million euro project extends over 30 months. It will be geared towards the staff, executives and directors of ANETI, the National Observatory for Employment and Qualifications (ONEQ) and the Vocational Training and Employment Ministry...

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