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Employment and social affairs (EMPL)
Free movement is an essential part of the single market and a fundamental right in the EU.
How can mobility of employment seeking young EU citizens be promoted? Should they be included in the same national employment schemes as job seeking locals? Should they be entitled to the same allowances and social benefits as young citizens of that country? How can mobility measures counteract large scale youth unemployment in Europe without draining the social system of another EU country?
Dear delegates of the committee on Employment and Social Affairs,
During our committee sessions, you will be working on a Resolution, that consists of Informative Clauses (ICs), which point out the problems, and Operative Clauses (OCs), which should solve these problems.
Below you will find several links concerning youth employment in Europe, which display the current situation quite well. Some information will seem familiar to you already, however, we encourage you to consider finding other sources too.
If any questions should come up, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to working with you!
On behalf of your Committee Chairing Team,
Luis Prenninger (W), Committee President (email@example.com)
Julian Ennemoser (T), CoCP
Johannes Ratzenböck (OÖ), CP Sec
Paul Znidaric (W), CP/SMO
Bo Leiter (W), CIE