Experts of "Youth Employment PartnerSHIP" explain the background of the project, its aims and methodology, as well as the youth employment situation in partner countries.
The "Youth Employment PartnerSHIP" project was created to answer an important question: how effectively are young people supported on the labour market? Researchers from 8 institutions are working together to evaluate employment initiatives targeting youth in Spain, Hungary, Italy and Poland. Watch our short videos and find out more about the project and our experts!
Introduction to the "Youth Employment PartnerSHIP" project
Watch this brief introduction to learn about who we are and why we started the project. We provide some background information about the youth employment situation in Europe. We also explain what specifically we want to achieve through the partnership.
Administrative data use in the project
Our project will use administrative data from all partner countries. In this video, Sara de la Rica from the University of the Basque country explains why this approach is innovative and important.
Youth employment situation in partner countries
Our PartnerSHIP is focused on five European countries - Spain, Hungary, Italy and Poland. Our experts explain what is the youth employment situation in all partner countries to highlight the similarities, as well as the differences.
Gender dimension of youth unemployment
Youth unemployment is a gendered issue and we need effective initiatives tailored for young women. Why? Astrid Kunze from Norwegian School of Economics explains the gender dimension of youth unemployment.
All videos were shot and produced by Kuba Kiljan.