How do we create and protect jobs for young people?
The House of Lords Committee on Youth Unemployment has published its call for evidence (Press Release 25 March 2021).
The House of Lords Youth Unemployment Committee was appointed in January 2021 to consider youth unemployment, education and skills for those aged 16 to 24 in England, and is inviting the public to share their views on how to help create and protect jobs for young people, and to ensure they are equipped with the education and skills needed in today’s labour market.
The Committee particularly wants to hear the views of young people, especially if you have experienced or are experiencing unemployment.
This is a public call for written evidence to be submitted to the Committee. Read more about the Call for Evidence and how you can contribute.
The deadline is 4.00pm on 10 May 2021. You can follow the progress of the inquiry on Twitter @LordsYouthUnemp.