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Young people in Europe are eager to move up, to work and to participate in society, but more than 3.6 million of them are in a precarious position. How can we reduce youth unemployment to close to zero within the coming years? Has Europe taken decisive action for a real crackdown?

More than one in four children in the European Union (EU) is at risk of poverty or social exclusion. The poverty rate for children is higher than that for any other age group, though it varies widely across Member States. Furthermore, between 2008 and 2014, Europe has witnessed a rise in the number of severely deprived children. The five main factors affecting child poverty are: the composition of the household in which a child lives, the parents' labour market situation, the mother’s own working ...

This document, provided by Policy Department A at the request of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee, gives an overview of the development of unemployment and poverty in Greece in a comparative perspective (Cyprus, Ireland, Portugal, Spain).

An overview of current issues in the employment and social policy fields in the Netherlands, and prospects for the Dutch EU Presidency 2016, for the EMPL Committee delegation travellin g to the Hague in November 2015.An overview of current issues in the employment and social policy fields in the Netherlands, and prospects for the Dutch EU Presidency 2016, for the EMPL Committee delegation travellin g to the Hague in November 2015.

This document, provided by Policy Department A at the request of the Employment and Social Affairs Committee, analyses the development of youth unemployment and of NEET youth (Neither in Employment, Education, Training) in Greece in a comparative perspective (Cyprus, Ireland, Portugal, Spain). It describes its specific features and gives an overview of national and European policy initiatives.

This Policy Department A study aims at providing the EMPL Committee with an up-to-date, comprehensive picture of the latest developments in policy measures regarding differential treatment of workers under 25 in the EU with a view to their access to the labour market. The evidence collected shows that in the last 15 years the youth unemployment rate has been constantly higher than the adult rate in the EU. Active labour market policies and employer incentives can be combined effectively to increase ...

Labour Market Supports are government interventions that provide financial assistance to individuals in difficult labour market circumstances: to compensate them for loss of wage or salary and to support them during job search, or to facilitate early retirement. Long-term unemployed are those who were registered as unemployed throughout the last 12 months.