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februar 2022

In this issue:

  • Members' proposals and demands for the European Year of Youth 2022
  • Interview with Biliana Sirakova, EU Youth Coordinator, European Commission
  • Guest article by Silja Markkula, President, European Youth Forum

Diversity Europe Newsletter - February 2022

januar 2022
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  • Editorial by EESC President, Christa Schweng
  • Barometer 2021 on participation
  • Time to move forward and build resilience in the disability services sector
  • Guidance documents on improving civil dialogue in the European Semester process
  • Civil society space post-COVID
  • European Citizens' Initiative Forum
  • Prioritising learners' well-being
  • Just Transition Monitor
  • The future of higher education in Europe ...and much more
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!