Social inclusion of young people

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23 Septiembre 2015
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Since the onset of the economic crisis, the unemployment level among young people has risen sharply and although an improvement is now being registered some EU countries still have stubbornly high youth unemployment rates. Young people, especially those who are not in employment, education or training (NEET), are now the group at highest risk of social exclusion, with severe consequences not only for the individuals concerned but for the economy and society as a whole. Through its Youth Strategy 2010–2018, the EU has adopted a comprehensive and holistic approach to the social inclusion of young people. While the Youth Guarantee (which guarantees young people a work or training placement) seeks to intervene quickly and help young people back into the labour market, there are many other policies and measures at EU, Member State and regional level promoting the social inclusion of young people. This report discusses the first year of implementation of the Youth Guarantee and draws on case study findings showcasing successful initiatives aimed at preventing the social exclusion of young people in the EU. The 10 country reports on early implementations of the Youth Guarantee can also be downloaded.

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    Number of Pages: 
    146
    Reference No: 
    EF1543
    ISBN: 
    978-92-897-1402-0
    Catalogue: 
    TJ-02-15-587-EN-N
    DOI: 
    10.2806/588575
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    Social inclusion of young people

    Since the onset of the economic crisis, the unemployment level among young people has risen sharply and although an improvement is now being registered some EU countries still have stubbornly high youth unemployment rates. Young people, especially those who are not in employment, education or training (NEET), are now the group at highest risk of social exclusion, with severe consequences not only for the individuals concerned but for the economy and society as a whole.

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    Number of pages: 
    2
    Reference No: 
    EF15431
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    La inclusión social de los jóvenes

    Authors: 
    Eurofound

    A partir del inicio de la crisis económica, la tasa de desempleo entre los jóvenes ha aumentado considerablemente y, aunque ahora se ha registrado una mejoría, algunos países de la UE todavía tienen unas tasas de desempleo juvenil obstinadamente elevadas. Los jóvenes, especialmente aquellos que no tienen estudios ni trabajo ni formación (los «nini»), son ahora el grupo con un riesgo más elevado de exclusión social, con graves consecuencias no solo para las personas afectadas, sino también para la economía y la sociedad en su conjunto. Con la Estrategia de la UE para la Juventud 2010-2018, la UE ha adoptado un enfoque global e integral para la inclusión social de los jóvenes. Si bien la Garantía Juvenil (que garantiza a los jóvenes un empleo o un puesto de formación) tiene como objeto intervenir rápidamente y ayudar a los jóvenes a reincorporarse en el mercado laboral, existen muchas otras políticas y medidas comunitarias, nacionales y regionales para promover la inclusión social de los jóvenes. Este informe analiza el primer año de aplicación de la Garantía Juvenil y presenta los resultados de algunas iniciativas exitosas dirigidas a prevenir la exclusión social de los jóvenes en la UE.

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