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Tribunal de Cuentas Europeo. Informe Especial 9/2017. Ayuda de la UE a la lucha contra la trata de personas en el sur y el sudeste asiático (DOUE C 198/03, 22.6.2017)

La trata de personas se considera una amenaza clave para la UE que se ha comprometido a combatirla, tanto dentro como fuera de sus fronteras. La fiscalización examinó si la UE había adoptado un enfoque global para luchar contra la trata de personas y si los proyectos europeos contribuían eficazmente a atajar la trata de personas en el sur y el sudeste asiático. La erradicación de dicha trata es obviamente un proceso a largo plazo, que requiere abordar una serie de causas fundamentales y eliminar las actividades de las redes delictivas. Teniendo esto en cuenta, el Tribunal ha constatado que la UE ha sido parcialmente eficaz a la hora de apoyar la lucha contra la trata de personas en el sur y el sudeste asiático. Asimismo, ha formulado recomendaciones para un mayor desarrollo del marco estratégico de la trata de personas y para optimizar el impacto de los proyectos mediante su integración en un marco global. 

CoverModernisation of Higher Education in Europe: Academic Staff 2017
Luxemburgo, OPOCE, 15 June 2017. Eurydice Report

The higher education sector has experienced profound changes in recent years. Student numbers have continued to increase, while the sector has diversified and experienced significant structural changes, such as new funding arrangements, and new quality assurance systems. The challenges for academic staff have also been growing. Staffs are responsible for teaching ever greater numbers of students, undertaking research, and responding to growing societal needs, while academic jobs become more competitive, and job security more tenuous.

Modernisation of Higher Education in Europe: Academic Staff – 2017 explores the current realities for academic staff within this changing higher education landscape. The report focuses on the qualification requirements for academic staff, the recruitment process, employment and working conditions in academia, the impact of external quality assurance, and top level strategies for internationalisation. It also includes national diagrams showing key characteristics of academic staff categories.

The report is based mainly on qualitative data gathered by the Eurydice Network, covering higher education systems in 35 countries. The data collection focused on academic higher education staff who are primarily responsible for teaching and/or research. In addition, quantitative data from Eurostat and the European Education Tertiary Register (ETER) are also used, as well as information gathered from surveys developed for this report to academic staff Trade Unions and Quality Assurance agencies. [+]

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