ISEAK holds the first Cowork4YOUTH minor event
This Tuesday, 15th of March at 3pm, Dr. Sara de la Rica and Ainhoa Osés will be holding a seminar within the LabFAM series of seminars organised by the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw. Ainhoa, one of our researchers from ISEAK, will be presenting the impact of labour precariousness for the youth in their medium and long-term labour trajectories. She will tackle topics close to the core of the Cowork4YOUTH project, including labour transitions to unemployment or inactivity for the youth, or an analysis of the different dimensions of precariousness (low working intensity, low hourly wages or high rotation) for the young people.
The event will be streamed and can be followed by registering through the following link: https://labfam.uw.edu.pl/seminars/the-long-lasting-scar-of-bad-jobs-in-the-spanish-labour-market/ .
The Cowork4YOUTH project is funded by Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway through the EEA and Norway Grants Fund for Youth Employment.
Its objective is to analyse the effectiveness of employment policies aimed at young people in different European countries, by assessing the impact of policies such as the Minimum Wage or the minimum income on this group.
The project includes researchers and other experts from the following institutions: UEHR (Greece), ISEAK (Spain), ESRI (Ireland). Rhodes Project SCE (Greece), Exeolab (Italy), Mid-Sweden University (Sweden), and ELARD (Belgium).