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The lack of employment and precarious working conditions affects the life of each and every individual and young people are especially vulnerable in this regard. Young people face difficulties in entering the labour market and/or are often faced with precarious working conditions. This situation prevents them from achieving their full potential in life, does not allow them to integrate fully in society and to enjoy, to the full extent, their basic human rights.

Read the policy paper adopted at the Council of Members, Castelldefels, Catalonia, Spain, 2-3 May 2008.

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