Priority Area 9 presents the ‘Danube Region Monitor’.
The initiative to create a ‘Danube Region Monitor – People & Skills‘ started in 2017 to visualise developments in the Danube Region countries in the area of labour markets and education. The first ‘Danube Region Monitor’ report was published in 2019, with detailed information and statistics on recent developments in labour market and education systems of the Danube Region. In the following years, the used indicators to evaluate the state-of-play in the Danube Region were further assessed and the process of improving the monitoring system is ongoing. An update of the report was released in 2022. An online database to make the results of the Danube Region Monitor easily accessible is currently under development.
- First report (published in 2019): Danube Region Monitor ‘People & Skills’
- 2021 update: Danube Region Monitor ‘People & Skills’ – Report 2021
- 2022 update: Danube Region Monitor ‘People & Skills’ – Report 2022
- Online database