The successful integration of third-country nationals into the European Union's labour markets should be seen as a real opportunity for society as a whole, and the measures taken in this regard could be used to create better opportunities for all citizens and especially for other disadvantaged groups such as minorities and the long-term unemployed, revealed a conference held this month at the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC).
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"Our unemployed youngsters cannot wait any longer: Member States should accelerate the implementation of structural reforms to support youth employment, making full use of the financial resources allocated under the Youth Employment Initiative and the European Social Fund " stated Christa Schweng, President of Labour Market Observatory (LMO) at the European Economic and Social Committee, on the occasion of the special summit on employment organised today in Milan.
The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) has held a public hearing on the implementation of EU policies for youth employment, as a follow-up to an impact study that the EESC Labour Market Observatory (LMO) is currently conducting on this topic. The study focuses on the views and recommendations of organised civil society on the policies currently in place to help young people find work in a selection of six Member States (Austria, Croatia, Finland, Greece, Italy and Slovakia).
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