Youth Policy

The EU Youth Strategy identifies 8 areas of policy for young people.
These questions ask you to indicate how important these different areas of EU Youth policy are to you.

* 1. How important are these indicators of Employment & Entrepreneurship to you? You have a total of 100 votes to give them.

* 2. Which other Employment policy indicators for young people should be measured?

* 3. How important are these indicators of Education & Training to you? You have a total of 100 votes to give them.

* 4. Which other Education policy indicators for young people should be measured?

* 5. According to the framework of the Europe 2020 growth and jobs strategy, the European Union aims to address the concerns of young people towards employment, invest in the skills employers look for, develop career guidance and counseling services, and promote opportunities to work or train abroad. Beyond that, the EU is willing to support quality internships/apprenticeships, improve childcare and shared family responsibilities as well as to encourage entrepreneurship. Source: http://ec.europa.eu/youth/policy/youth_strategy/empl_entrepreneurship_en.htm

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* 6. When it comes to Education & Training, the main European Union's objective is to reduce the current skills mismatch in Europe and ensure that the young are able to transition from education to employment. To this aim, the EU aspire to grant equal access to high quality education and training, develop youth work and non-formal learning opportunities, improve the transition between education and training and the job market as well as reduce early school leaving. Sources: http://ec.europa.eu/youth/policy/youth_strategy/eat_en.htm

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