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ETF’s weekly analysis of the invasion of Ukraine: the impact on human capital and education.

Since the beginning of the Russian aggression in Ukraine, the ETF has been monitoring and collating data from a wide range of information sources. Our aim is to track and review the impact of the invasion on the movement of people, the consequences for workers and the labour market, and the effect on schools and education. The compilation of information provides a weekly snapshot of how the situation is unfolding. It also reports on what the future may hold in terms of reconstruction costs, recovery of the commercial sector and the long-term impact on education. 

Visit the ETF website every Monday afternoon for an updated report. The next update will be available on Monday 05 September 2022.

Ukrainian Cluster Alliance and EIT Manufacturing collaborate

The war in Ukraine has brought together Ukrainian clusters and SMEs in a unique alliance, the Ukrainian Cluster Alliance (UCA). Starting in March as Clusters4Ukraine, it grew fast, renamed itself to Ukrainian Cluster Alliance and has grown ever since. EIT Manufacturing is honoured to collaborate with UCA and welcomes the organisation as a network partner.

RISE recruiting Chief Innovation Officer

The Chief Innovation Officer will lead a dynamic and agile team comprising the Innovation department of the growing RISE Centre of Excellence. This team's primary role is to facilitate and accelerate the Economic and Social Impact of the activities of RISE (principally research).

European Expert Network on Culture

This call for tenders has an aim of contributing to the improvement of policy development in the field of culture in Europe through the setting up of an effective network of leading European centres and experts on culture.

UNICEF hiring Market Research Officer

UNICEF Supply Division seeks to influence positively global and local market dynamics to ensure strategic supplies and services are fit for purpose, available, affordable, and produced by a competitive supply base to meet the evolving needs of children and young people in the SDG era.

British Council recruiting Student Motivation in English Learning Research Consultant

British Council wishes to commission a two-part pilot study: to develop an operational definition of student motivation, and the factors influencing that and to make recommendations for teacher or institutional intervention to enhance motivation among students and thus enhance their learning success. The pilot study is to start in April.