In 2013, Eurofound will focus on developing its capacity in the area of policy evaluation. The aim is to improve support to policymakers in identifying and understanding which policies in the employment and social area have been more effective than others. Eurofound’s core activity of monitoring developments across Member States is of particular relevance in 2013 as increasing divergence between Member States is a key concern. Up-to-date information from the 2011–2012 European Quality of Life Survey (EQLS) and from secondary analysis of the fifth European Working Conditions Survey (EWCS) will provide relevant information on divergence and convergence between Member States. Results and analysis from Eurofound’s ongoing labour market monitoring are also expected to be of key interest in 2013 as they can provide valuable input for the policy debate on how to make labour markets more dynamic and inclusive.