“Youth employment policy” Conference – join us!

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What must we do to improve youth employment support programs? - Iga Magda, vice-president of the Institute for Structural Research.

 

  • How much do we know about the problems that make it difficult for young people to find a job?
  • What public policies do we need to create to effectively meet the needs of young people entering the labour market?
  • Do we have an offer tailored to the different life situations of women and men?
    Finally, how do the existing programs work? Do we conclude from them, and if so, what?

 

 

During the Conference, scientists from four partner countries - from Hungary, Poland, Italy and Spain - will share the research results carried out as part of the Youth Employment Partnership project.

 

The changes and problems brought about by the pandemic and the Russian aggression against Ukraine, which caused the latest wave of migration of young people from Ukraine, make the issue of development and employment of young people even more pressing than before.

 

These events have presented us all with the difficult task of finding solutions to these emerging problems as quickly as possible.

This is a great challenge!  Join us to meet it.

 

We are happy to invite you to the conference on June 8, 2022
on-site in Brussels in Business & Science Poland Conference Center; Rue Belliard 40
or online.

 

Dr Max Uebe, Head of Unit Future of Work, Youth Employment in DG Employment will give the opening speech we are proud to announce.

And an active part as speakers and panellists will take:

Julie Bodson, DUO for a JOB

Márton Csillag, Budapest Institute

Namita Datta, World Bank

Vasi Gafiuc, Bucovina Institute

Joanna Hofman, RAND

Marcel Jansen, FEDEA

Olav Kersen, Estonian Unemployment Insurance Fund

Judith Krekó, Budapest Institute

Astrid Kunze, NHH - Norwegian School of Economics

Ana Lima des Neves, Institute for Employment and Vocational Training, I.P.

Iga Magda, Institute for Structural Research

Veerle Miranda, OECD

Cillian Nolan, J-PAL Europe

Emiliano Rustichelli, Employment Committee

Ágota Scharle, Budapest Institute

Mateusz Smoter, Institute for Structural Research

Raffaele Trapasso, OECD

Claudia Villosio, Collegio Carlo Alberto

Wouter Zwysen, ETUI

 

You are most welcome to participate.

The registration is open and free.

To join in Brussels sign in here.              To join remotely, sign in here.

 

The conference program can be found below.

You can watch the previous video invitation to our conference here.

 

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