What can the European Union do for the more than 5 million unemployed young people? Is the European Youth Guarantee, that is subsidized jobs and trainings, the right way to fight youth unemployment or are other measures needed? What’s the way out of this crisis?
Guests are warmly welcomed to join the debate on Friday, November 14th at 5 pm at the Auditorium Maximum (Aula D) of the Warsaw University (ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28). The entry is free and without application. Guest speakers are Michał Boni (Member of the European Parliament of the PO) and Dr Grzegorz Baczewski (Employers Association ‚Lewiatan‘).
All guests can actively join the debate: The speakers have to face the questions and statements of the audience. After short opening and closing statements of the speakers, there will be plenty of room for questions and comments.
The international series of European Debates is organized by the Association of German Speaking University Debating Societies in cooperation with Bürger Europas e.V.. In 22 debates in 8 countries, young people debate with EU politicians and experts about important issues for the future of Europe.
The European debates are held in cooperation with the European Parliament, the Allianz Cultural Foundation and the German Federal Press Office. The local organizer is the Poland Debates Foundation.
Summary of the event:
Date: Friday, November 14th at 5 pm
Place: Auditorium Maximum (Aula A) of the Warsaw University (ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28)
Guest speakers: Michał Boni (Member of the European Parliament of the PO) and Dr Grzegorz Baczewski (Employers Association ‚Lewiatan‘)
Topic: Co Unia Europejska może zaoferować młodym? – Czy proponowane przez Unię Europejską dofinansowywanie miejsc pracy i staży dla młodych to właściwa droga do zwalczania bezrobocia?
Christoph Krakowiak – europadebatten [at] vdch [dot] de