As Nelson Mandela, one of the most famous politicians said “Everything seems impossible until it is done”, other problems and challenges could occur that we might face. Yet we, as human beings have responsibilities to protect the refugees. When properly managed, the refugees may have far-reaching potentials and their communities as well. And consequently they would serve as part of the society which contributes for the economic growth of the country, overcoming ethnic differences and winning the fight for position among other people.
La victoria de Donald Trump ha generado muchas reacciones en las capitales europeas, desde la sorpresa, pasando por la alegría de algunos, hasta el estupor. Muchos han sido también los análisis y las explicaciones que han intentado que comprendamos mejor un resultado que no era el esperado, y sobre el que las encuestas han fallado estrepitosamente. Para los europeos es difícil entender los movimientos y los cambios que se están produciendo en la sociedad estadounidense. Se ha hablado de raza, de sexo, de edad, de clase social y de distribución geográfica para intentar explicar esta victoria. De todas ellas, el análisis más interesante es el relacionado con la globalización.
Youth unemployment is also an issue in Switzerland. Young people have difficulties finding an apprenticeship with a company because the offer is too small. Having a binary educational system, the Swiss government is in the urgent need to act.
Italy is loosing its youth. Confronted by low salaries and uncompetitive career options, young professionals are looking for jobs in other European countries. Time to reform our labour market, says Prime Minister Matteo Renzi. Does this really come in time or is Italy facing a severe “brain drain”?
Austria has the lowest unemployment rate in the EU. Happy about it? Definitely no, says Karl Maximilian in this article. He shows why his country is still struggling to make its labour market attractive.
Nightmares with monsters in it belong to the past. The present nightmare of Europe´s youth is unemployment. How this fear differs in other European countries – a new series on Spotlight Europe written by 3 members of the Youth Council for the Future.