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EMPLOYMENT
Ankara Declaration

Commissioner Thyssen welcomes the G20 Employment Ministers´ commitment to address youth unemployment


At the 6th G20 Labour and Employment Ministers´ meeting in Ankara, Turkey, on 3-4 September, Marianne Thyssen, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Labour Mobility and Skills, welcomed the agreement to tackle unemployment of youth most at risk of never having a job.
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The G20 ministers agreed to reduce the share of young people who are most at risk of being left permanently behind in the labour market by 15% by 2025.

Commissioner Thyssen underlined that youth employment remains the number one priority and that a number of EU initiatives have been taken to bring youth unemployment down, facilitate school to work transitions, improve vocational training and skills.

In her intervention she stressed the important role of social dialogue and social partners when developing labour and employment policies.

Addressing inequalities

At the Joint Meeting of the G20 Employment and Finance Ministers on 4 September the Commissioner recalled that addressing inequalities is a political priority for the European Union. The EU is committed to equally ensure social fairness and economic efficiency.

Ministers from G20 members and guest countries as well as representatives of international organisations discussed how to promote more inclusive labour markets, increase investment in human capital, achieve successful implementation through effective monitoring of the commitments assumed in the G20 so far.

Ankara Declaration

The ministers adopted the Ankara Declaration, which sends a strong message to the G20 leaders on the need to create quality jobs for all, to invest in skills and to reduce inequalities thereby promoting inclusive and robust growth.

Bilateral meetings

At the margins of this event, Commissioner Thyssen had several bilateral meetings with G20 social partners, other G20 members, as well as with the international organisations. She congratulated the new the Turkish Minister of Labour and Social Security, Mr. Ahmet Erdem for the achievements of the Turkish G20 Presidency in the field of employment. The Turkish representatives thanked the EU´s for its contribution to the Labour and Employment Ministerial Meeting, the G20 Employment Working Group, and for the policy and financial support in the enlargement context.

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