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SkiLMeeT Presents Its Research Goals at Skills Horizon Event

Ludivine Martin, a SkiLMeeT researcher from LISER, discussed the goals and ambitions of our research project during the Skills Horizon online meetup. The event brought together researchers studying solutions to address skill shortages and promote skills development in the EU through projects funded by the Horizon Europe Programme.

Skills Horizon, organised on 8 May 2024 by three research consortia—iRead4Skills, MEGA SKILLS, and Skills2Capabilities—aimed to facilitate collaboration between projects and experts, helping them address the evolving needs of Europe’s labour market through skill development and capacity building.

“It was a great opportunity to learn about the research agendas of other projects and explore potential opportunities for collaboration,” says Ludivine Martin. We are in close contact with the projects from our call, and this event helps us connect with consortia that study skills from different angles.”

During the event, 12 projects presented their goals and results: Link4Skills, SKILLAB, SKILLS4JUSTICE, TECHNEQUALITY, TRAILS, iRead4Skills, MEGASKILLS, Skills2Capabilities, GS4S, CLEAR, and YOUNG_ADULLLT.