EURES Targeted Mobility Scheme: free movement for workers within the EU

Capitale Lavoro
Metropolitan city of Rome (IT)
CLL Language Centers
EURES Bulgaria
EURES Francia
EURES Paesi Bassi
EURES Portogallo
EURES Romania
EURES Spagna
Eurodesk Italia
Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini srl SB
Sapienza Università di Roma
Lead Partner
Agenzia Nazionale per le Politiche Attive del Lavoro (ANPAL) - Ufficio di coordinamento nazionale EURES

EURES - Targeted Mobility Scheme (TMS) is a project, funded by the European Commission through the Employment and Social Innovation Program (EaSI - Employment and Social Innovation Program), which promotes professional mobility in another Member State of the European Union (EU), Norway and Iceland.

EURES TMS allows:

  • candidates and workers to exercise their right to free movement within the EU
  • employers to identify the professional profiles they need

It also makes it possible to respond to the European labour market’s needs and reduce its imbalances.

The action combines recruitment, training and placement services with financial support, addressed to candidates (citizens or residents of an EU Member State, Norway and Iceland) who wish to experience a job, apprenticeship or work placement in another EU country and employers interested in finding candidates for their organizations.

Fondazione Giacomo Brodolini has been involved in EURES job mobility projects since 2017, as co-applicant of European Solidarity Corps – occupational strand (from 2017 to 2019), YfEj 6.0 (2019-2021) and EURES Targeted mobility scheme (TMS) – carrying out the following activities: management support, monitoring, dissemination and communication activities. 

Associated organizations

EURES Croatia, EURES Malta, Employment regional centre DWUP (PL), Regional centre in Olsztyn (PL), Language Lab (IT), Unioncamere (IT), the regional Employment Agency of Emilia-Romagna, Employment Agency (Piemonte), Province of Trento, Sardinia, and the Lazio, Marche, Piemonte Region, Puglia, Friuli-Venezia Giulia Regions in Italy.

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