EU: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMITTEE, PRIORITY TO RECOVERY AND YOUTH EMPLOYMENT

At the 500th plenary session of the European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), due to take place in Brussels on 9th and 10th July, all attention will be focussed on two issues that are key to the EU’s future: the completion of the economic and monetary union (EMU) and youth unemployment. During the meeting, pride of place will be given to the need for "urgently developing a roadmap for the completion of the EMU", the EESC writes in a notice, as it will need a "European investment plan for growth, employment and stability". A round of vote will follow a debate with Edmond Alphandéry, president of the Board of Directors of the Centre for European Policy Studies (Ceps) and former French Minister of Economic Affairs, and with Peter Bofinger, member of the German Council of Economic Experts. Then, the findings of a survey of the impact of the EU’s youth employment policies on six member states (Greece, Croatia, Italy, Austria, Slovakia and Finland), promoted by EESC, will be presented. Five young guests will present five initiatives taken by European under-25s during the "Your Europe. Your Say" event. ” “

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