Youth unEmployment project Newsletter 3/2012 A Youth Exchange “Getting employed – the non formal way” to be held in Lyon AEGEE-Lyon, in partnership with YuE and HED, are organizing a youth exchange “Getting employed – the non formal way” in Lyon in May 20-27 2012. The participants are going to explore different kinds of voluntary work and also be encouraged to get involved in voluntary projects in their home towns.
European School of Entrepreneurship 2012 to be held in Santander YuE would like to thank all the antennae that applied to host ESE 2012 and is also gland to announce that the antenna that got selected to host ESE 2012 is AEGEE-Santander. We are going to have more news concerning ESE 2012 soon but for the moment it is already sure that the event will take place in September and will concentrate on sustainable entrepreneurship.
YuE project is glad to announce a partnership with The Arc training: The Arc is a mixed training and coaching course targeted at young people aged 18-30 who already dispose of a reasonable amount of experience in youth leadership but who want to develop their ideas, their knowledge, and skills. The training will take place in Las Palmas between the 17th and 24th August 2012.
YuE present at YO! Fest—Intern Action Day This event, organized by the Europen Youth forum, brought publicity to the European Charter on Internships and Apprenticeships which aims to ensure that internships and apprenticeships become a valuable and quality experience across Europe and beyond. Yo!Fest took place in Brussels on May 16, 2012.
News corner and useful links The unemployment situation in Europe is getting worse: the unemployment rate has reached its highest level in almost 15 years, with more than 17 million people out of work. You can check the data and have more information on the unemployment situation in general and the youth employment situation here.
Salto-Youth has got many interesting publications concerning the youth unemployment. One might help you to understand youth unemployment and learn to use Youth in Action projects as tools to support the access of young people with fewer opportunities to the labour market. These youthpass and recognition essays promise to work as the missing link towards employability. You can read more about SALTO work on employment on our links section on our website.
If you really want to get into it, this booklet is a must: “Focus on youth employment”, a compilation of European good practice projects.
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