News

16Jul

Policy Mapping - Policy Profiles across all YOUNG_ADULLLT Functional Regions Now Online

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13Jun

European Policy Roundtable and Fifth Consortium Meeting were held in Brussels, Belgium

The YOUNG_ADULLLT project hosted a European Policy Roundtable and the Fifth Consortium Meeting of the YOUNG_ADULLLT project in Brussels from June 13-15, 2018.

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06Jun

Joint European Policy Roundtable of YOUNG_ADULLLT and ENLIVEN Project to be held in Brussels on June 13, 2018

The European Policy Roundtable aims at disseminating first findings from the YOUNG_ADULLLT and ENLIVEN projects and at discussing key emerging topics with stakeholders and decision-makers at European level.

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05Jun

YOUNG_ADULLLT panel at CESE Conference

A few scholars involved in the YOUNG_ADULLLT project participated in the XXVIII Conference organised by the Comparative Education Society in Europe (CESE), which this year took place in Nicosia (Cyprus) from May 29 to June 1 2018 and hosted by the University of Cyprus.

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15Mai

The Normality of De-standardised Life Paths

The German Liberal Party (FDP) promoting de-standardised career and life paths as a consequence of digitalisation

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06Dez

Working Poverty On The Rise For The Youth

"Most young people believe that professional success will depend on learning new skills throughout their working lives" (International Labour Organization, 2017, p.80).

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02Dez

Presentation of Young_Adulllt as a "success case" within the framework of the Horizon 2020 of Young Society-2015 with participation of University of Granada

On Thursday, November 30, the project entitled "Policies Supporting Young People in their Life Course" was presented in Seville as a "success case".

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22Nov

Life Long Learning: a European comparison between youth policies, training, work and guidance

Why young adults nowadays face such difficulties in finding a job? Why also graduated people do not always find job consistently with their qualification? Why in Italy we have both the lower graduation rate in Europe and the higher rate of intellectual unemployment? Are the LLL policies able to improve the young adults' living conditions? How the young adults make sense of the LLL policies? And do these policies actually fit their needs and expectations? Which advices and suggestion deriving form research might be helpful to institutions and policy makers in order to tackle these problems?

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19Nov

Early Career Researcher Kick-off Meeting in Genoa, Italy

The Early Career Researcher Kick-off Meeting was held one day before the Fourth Consortium Meeting on November 15th, 2017 in Genoa, Italy and marked the first structured collaboration amongst us researchers in their early stages within the project. The Kick-off meeting started under the under the motto of three c's: capacity-building, collaborating and collecting ideas for our formation as a group.

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18Nov

YOUNG_ADULLLT Fourth Consortium Meeting in Genoa, Italy

The Fourth Consortium Meeting of the project was held in Genoa from November 15 –17, 2017 and marked the completion of the fieldwork. "Now that we completed the data collection phase of the YOUNG_ADULLT project", as coordinator Prof. Marcelo Parreira do Amaral stated, "we successfully paved the way for our comparative analyses and the dissemination of results".

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