Negotiate Overcoming early job-insecurity in Europe

NEGOTIATE progress meeting – preparing the final outcomes on the consequences of youth unemployment in Europe

by Ischi Graus

Last week the project consortium members came together in Sofia, Bulgaria, for their last Progress Meeting and General Assembly. The meeting was organised by the Institute for the Study of Societies and Knowledge (ISSK). The main aim of the meeting was to have a discussion on the two volumes that will bring together the main outcomes of the research carried out by the project. Both volumes will be published by Edward Elgar and will appear by the summer of 2018. The first book will cover youth unemployment and job insecurity in Europe and will assess the problems, risk factors and policies. The second book will touch upon the experiences of early job insecurity and how it relates to scarring, resilience and wellbeing of European youth.

Both volumes will look at the differences between EU Member States regarding policies and institutions at hand to cope with the consequences of youth unemployment and job-insecurity. They also examine the main causes and consequences of early career insecurity and what youth would like to see their governments do to tackle the effects of youth unemployment. Contributions to the book also engage into the question of how job insecurity affects wellbeing and family formation, hence the effects it can have beyond the labour market.

The main outcomes will be discussed with the scholars involved in the project, youth, policy makers, trade unions and civil society on 4 and 5 December 2017 when the NEGOTIATE project will hold its final conference in Brussels. More information on this event will come shortly. To receive updates on the NEGOTIATE project, please don’t hesitate to subscribe to our newsletter (bottom of page).

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