Experts from Poland, Hungary and the Republic of Vanuatu will be present and they will conduct an in-depth study of the situation in Spain
The University of León (ULE) Law and Science Schools have organised an international seminar that will take place at the Veganza campus on 28 and 29 October under the title ‘Youth Employment. A challenge for Europe’. Experts from several universities in Spain, Poland, Hungary and the Republic of Vanuatu will analyse the problem young Europeans are facing when they try to find a job. This seminar is funded under a project designed by the Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness that offers 100 free seats to degree, master and doctorate students as well as researchers and professionals.
The inauguration will take place on Wednesday, 28 October at 16:00, with a round table that will address the situation of youth employment in Poland with the participation of experts from the University of Gdansk and which will be moderated by Juan José Fernández, Dean of the School of Law of the ULE.
Throughout the two days of this seminar, the cases of Hungary and of the Republic of Vanuatu (South Pacific) will also be put forward and the situation in Spain will be studied; paying special attention to conditions of employability, types of contracts, the value of experience and new forms of entrepreneurship.