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"If the EU continues to rely on excessive austerity I dont think we will get out of this hole"Andor, Lszl

"If the EU continues to rely on excessive austerity I dont think we will get out of this hole"

EU Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Lszl Andor, told that Europe was in the middle of a "very serious and complex crisis" as the joblessness rate hit over half the young population in Spain and Greece.  Leer ms

"An increasing number of women are pursuing admission to the top schools"Dan Bauer:

"An increasing number of women are pursuing admission to the top schools"

Interview with Dan Bauer, founder and Managing Director of The MBA Exchange, Ltd.  Leer ms

Banks saved, but Europe risks "losing a generation"
European Parliament President Martin Schulz

Banks saved, but Europe risks "losing a generation"

Europe has spent hundreds of billions of euros rescuing its banks but may have lost an entire generation of young people in the process. Leer ms

"German students are poorly prepared for the job market"Vocational training specialist Felix Rauner:

"German students are poorly prepared for the job market"

Almost one-in-four apprentices in Germany drop out of their training programs, and many intern and training positions remain open. Vocational training specialist Felix Rauner from TVET Research Group, University of Bremen, Germany, talks about the reasons for this problem. Leer ms

Alex Zylberberg and Kalle Korhonen speak about their experienceErasmus for Young Entrepreneurs Programme

Alex Zylberberg and Kalle Korhonen speak about their experience

New Entrepreneur Alex Zylberberg, who has Italian and British citizenship, and Finnish Host Entrepreneur Kalle Korhonen speak to Enteprise & Industry magazine about their win-win collaboration. Leer ms

"Horizon 2020 is a strategic investment for member state"Europe, Research and Innovation

"Horizon 2020 is a strategic investment for member state"

In a time when the European Parliament is fighting one if its fiercest battles, French eurodeputy Catherine Trautmann talks big money and the value of European cooperation Leer ms

"Investing in people is the best investment we can make"Commissioner Lszl Andor:

"Investing in people is the best investment we can make"

"Investing as early as possible to prevent hardship from arising later and preparing people to cope with lifes risks rather than simply repairing, is the most effective way forward", said Lszl Andor, European Commissioner for Employment at the Irish Presidency Conference on the Social Investment Package on 3 May 2013. Leer ms

"I encourage European enterprises  to work with  Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus trainees"Androulla Vassiliou

"I encourage European enterprises to work with Leonardo da Vinci and Erasmus trainees"

Interview with Androulla Vassiliou, Member of the European Commission responsible for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth Leer ms

"Education contributes to world peace"Timothy OShea Principal of the University of Edinburgh:

"Education contributes to world peace"

Principal of University of Edinburgh Timothy OShea on Monday hailed the role of education for its contribution to world peace at the top level as it encourages people from different countries to understand and respect each other. Leer ms

Interview with the MEPs Evelyn Regner and Rodi Kratsa-TsagaropoWomen in the workplace

Interview with the MEPs Evelyn Regner and Rodi Kratsa-Tsagaropo

Inequality continues to persist in the workplace despite women now getting more education than men in many countries. Only 14% of the seats on the EUs largest companies boards are held by women, which is why MEPs are working on a proposal to increase the female presence as this Fridays International. Leer ms

"We are moving in the right direction"Gilbert Gascard, Education Audiovisual and Culture (EACEA):

"We are moving in the right direction"

Managing European funding opportunities for a whole host of programmes including Lifelong Learning and Youth in Action, the EACEAs remit is an important one. Speaking exclusively to International Innovation, its Director explains how EU citizens of all ages are benefi ting from its actions, and reveals how agencies like this are simplifying funding applications and maximising cost efficiency. Leer ms

FT interview:

Rajoy forgets the european highest rate of youth unemployment

In his two-hour interview with the Financial Times, Mariano Rajoy, Spain prime minister, sold successes during his first year of management. But the British newspaper and the spaninsh premier do not forget that Spain is the European country with the highest youth unemployment, near to 55%.  Leer ms

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