BRUSSELS | By Alessio Pisanò | Only the EU has the means, if the Member States stop undermining the EU budget, the structure and the social and cultural requirements to fight youth unemployment.
By Berthold Huber, chairman of the German trade union IG Metall | When a significant percentage of the young generation continues to be excluded, youth employment undermines the very foundations of the European welfare state.
MADRID | By El País | A total of €6bn for 6 million unemployed young Europeans. The plan presented by Germany and France is a response to an absolute emergency. But for it to work, it must be supported by a collective will.
by Jean Abinader | Jobs and meaningful employment are demands highlighted by the Arab Uprisings that will not go away. Governments are struggling to recast technical and vocational training into effective vehicles for preparing market-ready youth.