The project, Bazaar: Learn and Exchange at the Marketplace, aims to support adults with a migrant background to learn a second language. Bazaar organises projects in different member states, such as UK, Italy and Bulgaria, which support migrants in language learning and in enhancing social dialogue and in empowering individuals to have a social life outside their family. The idea is to find the target groups at places where they already interact and feel comfortable, such as the market place. 

Last week, many thousands of teachers and education employees were on strike in several states in Germany to protest for better wages, pension provisions and a collective agreement on the pay scale grouping for public employed teachers. The action will be extended to more federal states during this week.Collective bargaining, in Germany's education sector, takes place between representatives of the federal states and the public sector unions.

The report, ABC of Gender Equality in Education: Aptitude, Behaviour and Confidence, published by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) analyses the connection between performance of girls and boys in school and their later career choices. Topics, such as the underperformance among boys, girls' lack of self-confidence and realities for early school leavers are addressed. Finally the report suggests policies and methods to support both girls and boys in education.

With its report Fit Mind, Fit Job: From Evidence to Practice in Mental Health and Work, the OECD wishes to support employers and employees to handle mental health problems. The report seeks to present stress prevention systems for workplaces and to improve benefit systems for job seekers with mental health problems.

On 5 March 2015, the European Commission (EC) hosted a high level conference in Brussels involving the top leaders of the European and national trade unions and employers' organisations in open discussions on their visions of the future social dialogue. The event is the EC's first concrete action on social dialogue following President Jean-Claude Juncker's Opening Statement in the European Parliament Plenary Session in July 2014. Juncker had emphasized in his speech that social dialogue was affected by the crisis and had to be reinforced. He even declared this assessment to be a top priority issue stating that he "would like to be a President of social dialogue".

On 4 March 2015, celebrating the International Women's Day, the European Parliament, together with members of the Turkish and Western Balkans Parliaments, organised a conference about the political participation of women. Topics of the event, among other things, were the importance of the media and education in promoting the participation of women in politics.