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  • Speaker
    Staffan Nilsson
    Organisation
    EESC
    Europe's youth is its future. However, many young people do not have a job or lack the appropriate skills. The problems experienced by young people on the labour market are structural in nature and have been apparent for many years, even before the onset of the current crisis. The economic crisis, which we have been experiencing since 2008, has exacerbated the problems of young people. Unemployment in the 15-24 age group is more than twice as high as for the economically active population as a whole and nearly three times as high as among economically active adults.
    Staffan Nilsson`s speech at the New opportunities for young people with structural funds
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    Europe III - April 2015
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  • Bulletin d'information de Groupe III (en anglais)

    Europe III février 2014
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    Europe III février 2014
  • Newsletter of the Various Interests Group

    Europe III - April 2015
  • Impact Study

    The Labour Market Observatory carried out this study on youth employment in a selection of six member States: Austria, Croatia, Finland, Greece, Italy and Slovakia. This exercise gave national social partners and youth organisations an opportunity to put forward their comments and recommendations on topics such as the Youth guarantee, the transition from school to work, the traineeship and apprenticeship systems, the intra-EU mobility. Warm thanks for their commitment and contribution!