Public online consultation on the Your First EURES job (YFEJ) mobility scheme and options for future EU measures on youth intra-EU labour mobility
Free movement of workers, labour mobility
The consultation, available in the EU official languages, is open to all citizens and organisations of the European Economic Area (EEA), i.e. the EU-28 countries, Norway Iceland and Liechtenstein
|Period of consultation||from : 22/01/2016 To : 22/04/2016|
|Objective of the consultation||
This consultation is carried out in the framework of the ex-post evaluation of the "Your first EURES job" mobility scheme. The evaluation will also examine potential future policy options to support youth intra-EU labour mobility.
The objective of this consultation is to gather insights and contributions from EEA citizens, stakeholders and experts on the relevance of intra-EU labour mobility and the YFEJ job mobility scheme to tackle youth unemployment. It aims also at gathering views concerning the YFEJ ex-post evaluation questions (i.e. relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, coherence, complementarity and EU added value, sustainability, impact and organisation/governance of the action) and any possible developments for the future.
This consultation is particularly directed towards the following stakeholders:
Other EU/EEA and national stakeholders: training organisations, non-governmental organisations, municipalities, chambers of commerce, intermediary organisations managing national or EU-funded mobility programmes or schemes (e.g. Erasmus + National Agencies) and other individual citizens.
|How to submit your contribution|
We welcome contributions from citizens and organisations through an online questionnaire (EU Survey).
Please note that in order to ensure a fair and transparent consultation process only responses received through the online questionnaire will be taken into account and included in the report summarising the responses. The contributions received might be published on the internet, unless the respondent indicates that the information should be kept confidential. For further information on how your personal data and contribution will be dealt with, we refer to the Specific Privacy Statement.
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|Reference documents and other, related consultations||
Responsible service : DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
E-mail : EMPL-CONSULTATION-YFEJ@ec.europa.eu
Postal address :DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion, Unit D.1 (Free movement of workers, EURES), Rue Joseph II 27, B-1049 Brussels
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Replies received online (last update 02/05/2016):
|Results of consultation and next steps||
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