ITUC Youth Forum Sets Agenda for Young Workers’ Movement

December 16, 2016 Colleen O'Neill

Across the world, young people face tremendous challenges that have left many wondering whether they will be worse off than previous generations. High youth unemployment and underemployment, budget cuts and deteriorating public services, and right-wing parties taking power in many parts of the world make it more critical than ever that young workers build power across borders.

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