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European Youth Event 2016 with the STYLE SQUAD making it loud

The European Youth Event (EYE) took place in the European Parliament in Strasbourg 20-21 May 2016. A unique opportunity for thousands of young Europeans to make their voices heard- the STYLE SQUAD of young advisors to the project were there – making it loud! Our participants came from Poland, Spain and the UK. During the event, they exchanged ideas and perspectives on youth-related issues, develop... »

What innovations are there in policy governance and policy learning?

  Prof. Ruud Muffels from the University of Tilburg talks about policy innovations for young people in the Netherlands »

How is youth migration related to youth unemployment?

Dr. Lucia Mýtna Kureková from the Slovak Governance Institution outlines some of the research findings from WP6 on mobility and return migration at the Copenhagen Business School meeting       »

Call for papers bEUcitizen 2015

The bEUcitizen Coordination Team and the Center for the Study of Ethnicity, Citizenship and Migration (CEDIM), Faculty of Political Science – Zagreb University are pleased to announce the bEUcitizen 2015 Mid-Term Conference on the theme: “Being a citizen in Europe” to be hosted in Zagreb (Croatia), 29- 30 June. The 2015 bEUcitizen Annual Conference will include a two-day international and interdis... »

Child poverty and youth (un)employment and social inclusion

STYLE Partner, the Democritus University of Thrace along with the Institute of Labour of the General Confederation of Greek Labour and the Comparative Programme on Poverty (CROP-International Social Council & University of Bergen) have organized a workshop on Child poverty and youth (un)employment and social inclusion, which is taking place on November 19-21, in Athens. They are also are organ... »

UK spending of EU youth unemployment money misdirected, says report

Youth unemployment has left “a generation scarred”, according to a House of Lords report out today. With the rate of young jobless in the EU still at nearly double its pre-crisis level, and the UK experiencing exceptionally high levels of unemployment, the report calls on the Government to rethink the way it uses European funding. For more details: www.parliament.uk »