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Youth on the Move update November 2012 Pavel Trantina, EESC

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1 Youth on the Move update November 2012 Pavel Trantina, EESC

2 Youth on the Move Three areas: Improving education and training systems at all levels Stronger policy efforts for improving youth employment More EU youth mobility for learning purposes and on the labour markets 28 Key new actions in 5 chapters

3 Original Opinion – March 2011 SOC/395: Youth on the MoveYouth on the Move Follow-up of the EESC Opinion LMO meeting in Madrid – 6 June 2011 Round table on Youth Employment – Dublin, 17 November 2011

4 Invisibility of the EU in social issues Low level of foreign language education Too few of time for visitors of job centres No culture of internships No involvement of social partners in development of VET Early school leaving Apprenticeships Recognition of Irish craft qualifications Dublin – topics 1

5 Professional career guidance No support for Single open-ended contracts, but Youth Guarantee should be introduced Youth in Action Programme Key role of the welfare system Financial start-ups for self-employment How to engage young people in social partners, especially trade unions? Dublin – topics 2

6 Participation in other events 1 Presentation Young generation - its education and employment delivered by Pavel Trantina at ETF Conference in Torino on 11 May 2011 Presentation of Pavel Trantina at the National Youth Conference on Unemployment – Bulgaria, 17 May 2012

7 Participation in other events 2 Madi Sharma and Pavel Trantina – presentations at the EC seminar on youth, entrepreneurship, volunteering and CSR – 25 September 2012 Presentation of the study The impact of NonFormal Education in Youth Organisations on Young peoples Employability – hosted by Pavel Trantina in the EESC, Brussels, 26 th October 2012The impact of NonFormal Education in Youth Organisations on Young peoples Employability

8 Your Europe, Your Say 2011 – discussion topic: Youth on the Move The Economic Crisis, Education and the Labour Market Conference – Brussels, 24 January 2012 The Economic Crisis, Education and the Labour Market Conference From School to Work organized by LMO – Roskilde (DK), 4 February 2012From School to Work Quality jobs for youth: are we asking too much? Conference organized by LMO together with the European Youth Forum – 20 April 2012 Quality jobs for youth: are we asking too much? EESC events

9 Group III Conference Youth Education and Employment within the Europe 2020 Strategy – Sofia, 8 June 2012 Group III Conference Youth Education and Employment within the Europe 2020 Strategy Group I Conference The Future of Youth in Europe - European Youth: Hope or Despair for the New Generation? – Versailles, August 2012The Future of Youth in Europe - European Youth: Hope or Despair for the New Generation? Young European Entrepreneurs Seminars - organised by Group I – 2011, 2012 Young European Entrepreneurs Seminars EESC events

10 Related EESC Opinions SOC/410: The economic crisis, education and the labour marketThe economic crisis, education and the labour market SOC/421: Youth employment, technical skills and mobilityYouth employment, technical skills and mobility SOC/429: Modernisation of higher educationModernisation of higher education SOC/431: EU Policies and VolunteeringEU Policies and Volunteering SOC/409: Making post-secondary vocational education and training more attractiveMaking post-secondary vocational education and training more attractive SOC/438: Erasmus for AllErasmus for All SOC/ 450: Youth Opportunities InitiativeYouth Opportunities Initiative Draft SOC/463: Towards a job-rich recovery

11 on Erasmus for all proposal – with Deputy DG EAC Youth Mini-hearing prepared at the SOC Section in December 2012 "The Youth package will comprise : a " Chapeau" Communication on the implementation of the Youth Opportunities Initiative + Country fiches Annex for EU- 27 countries +Croatia; a Proposal for a Council Recommendation on Youth Guarantees + Staff Working Document; a Communication launching the 2nd phase of the Social Partners' consultation on a Quality Framework for Traineeships accompanied by an Analytical Paper and a Staff Working Document on outcomes of the public consultation and first phase Social Partner consultation. SOC Section debates

12 Some observations Lack of understandable reporting from the EC on the development in the Flagships – example: olicy-actions/index_en.htm olicy-actions/index_en.htm Resistance of some member states Lack of coordination between the EESC groups and bodies and lack of conclusions from their events – no interlinks Rapporteurs of Opinions on Flagships are ready to be more involved in the coordination


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