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H2020-YOUNG-3-2015: Búsqueda de socios en Reino Unido, Escandinavia y Benelux para realizar y analizar encuestas y transformar datos en políticas de empleo

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDES20150309002
Publicado:
24/03/2015
Resumen:
Una universidad española está elaborando una propuesta para la convocatoria H2020-YOUNG-3-2015 con el fin de contribuir a la integración efectiva de los jóvenes en el mercado laboral mejorando los factores de comprensión que afectan a la competitividad de la fuerza laboral de los jóvenes. Se buscan socios académicos e industriales y organismos públicos, preferiblemente en Reino Unido, Escandinavia y Benelux, con experiencia en actividades de benchmarking y recogida, análisis y transformación de datos en políticas de empleo. La fecha límite de la convocatoria es el 28 de mayo de 2015 y el plazo para presentar expresiones de interés finaliza el 28 de abril.

Details

Tittle:
H2020-YOUNG-3-2015: Looking for UK, Scandinavian or Benelux partners to carry out and analyze surveys and to transform data into employment policies
Summary:
A Spanish university is drafting a proposal for the call H2020-YOUNG-3-2015 whose main aim is to contribute to the effective integration of youths into the labour market, through enhancing the understanding factors affecting youth workforce competitiveness. The consortium is looking for academia, industry or public organizations partners (preferably UK, Scandinavia or Benelux), with expertise in benchmarking activities and collecting, analyzing and transforming data into employment policies.
Description:
· The project:

The issue of youth unemployment has become currently one of the key priorities of the EU. Their policies in this regard attempt to facilitate the mobility of citizens across individual member states (and consequently open labour markets) and promote life-long learning, so that long-life employability can be achieved. The research and innovation action in which the project is embedded aims to understand the causes and provide solutions to the persistent weakness and ineffectiveness of adult education policies across Europe, and that is where our project is headed to.

EYE aims to offer a broad view of the phenomenon of young unemployment in the past (causes), present (interviews and sociological data), short-term future (training actions) and long-term future (policies); all of these from a country-perspective and cross-country perspective. Benmarchking activities will be key for the development of the training actions.

From the scientific point of view, the project will provide not only analysis of the short- and long-term consequences of unemployment of young people but will also help to discover hidden complex relations between a wide range of factors causing unemployment and job insecurity, using statistical models. Focusing not only on economic or social drivers of unemployment selectively but interpreting this phenomenon comprehensively and searching its origins in all interacting domains of psychological, economic and social factors, the project will provide a unique and new methodology of analysis of linkages between causes and consequences of unemployment of young people within the EU.

· The partnership:

Academic organizations and/or industry/public organizations (preferably from UK, Scandinavia or Benelux) are sough. The expertise requested for this proposal is:
a) benchmarking procedures
b) gathering and analyzing data
c) transforming data into employment policies
They should be knowledgeable in labour market analysis and life-long learning activities.
Specifically, one partner should be able to carry out a survey in an international setting, and have a strong statistical background; and the other should have comprehensive knowledge of policy development and deployment, especially from the EU perspective

· The programme:

- H2020 - THE YOUNG GENERATION IN AN INNOVATIVE, INCLUSIVE AND SUSTAINABLE EUROPE
- Topic: Lifelong learning for young adults: better policies for growth and inclusion in Europe
- Type of action: Research and innovation actions

· Timescales

- Official deadline for the call: 28/05/2015
- Deadline for the EoI: 28/04/2015
- Anticipated duration of the project: 36 months
Stage of Development:
Proposal under development

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
· Type: academia and/or industries/public organizations from UK, Scandinavia or Benelux. · Activity: The potential partner should have expertise in benchmarking procedures; gathering and analyzing data, and/or transforming data into employment policies. They should be knowledgeable in labour market analysis and life-long learning activities. · Role: One partner should be able to carry out a survey in an international setting, and have a strong statistical background; and the other should have comprehensive knowledge of policy development and deployment, especially from the EU perspective
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
University
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
No
Languages Spoken:
English
Spanish

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
Research and Innovation Action. One stage evaluation.
Coordinator Required:
No
Deadline for Call:
28/05/2015
Project Duration:
156
Project title and Acronym:
EMPOWERING YOUTH IN EUROPE - EYE