Resolution on the Development of Human Resources under Conditions of Labour Migration

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regard to  increasing  the efficiency of human capital
acknowledges that increasing labour productivity is one of the main guarantors of balanced development and a rapid increase of the welfare level in any country;
particularly emphasizes that growing opportunities offered by the Internet, a rapid increase of available information and other conditions characteristic of the modern era obligate countries to continuously increase the capabilities of human potential, as well as to diversify people’s skills and abilities by studying and improving themselves throughout their active lives, i.e., to ensure lifelong learning;
calls on the Baltic States’ governments and the Baltic Council of Ministers:
–    to determine which changes are necessary for dynamic transformation of the education system in order to meet labour market needs;
–    to develop and implement the most appropriate models for the use of human resources;
–    to promote businesses which offer new products and services with high added value;
–    to purposefully invest EU funds in developing human resources  and increasing their  efficiency;
–    to more fully take advantage of the human potential of specific groups of inhabitants – young and pre-pension age persons.
Riga, 24 November 2007