Ahead of the EU summit, PES President Sergei Stanishev meets today with Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta as part of a progressive effort to push for a Youth Guarantee in the European Council. With over 5,6 million young unemployed in Europe, the need to adopt a European Youth Guarantee is a priority for the PES and must be reflected in the EU summit.
Mr. Stanishev stated that; “the European Youth Guarantee must be part of the summit conclusions. The effects of the crisis are hitting young people hardest and, if we sit and do nothing, we risk losing an entire generation. The EU Council, and specially Conservatives, must move from empty rhetoric to action. More importantly, the Youth Guarantee must be legally binding and based on EU structural funds. It needs to be a top priority in tomorrow’s summit”.
The PES together with ECOSY and PES Women have launched on 11 May the campaign “Your future is my future – a European Youth Guarantee now!” From Romania to Portugal, and from Sweden to Spain, the PES has received strong support and commitment to a European Youth Guarantee all over Europe.
Ponta is not the person that you can show here as example. He has a FAKE doctorate, all the europe knows.
Practice of “dual labour market” is very high in Romania also. Anybody can have here a fake degree at a very cheap price cause the corruption in the education is very high.
I have a good faculty degree but I cant find a job cause there are too many persons with fake degrees on the labour market. Many of those people with fake degrees are actually semi-analphabets.
Is very funny that people who can make a change are actually doing nothing than take the advantage of the system in order to make more money:)