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Since its establishment in 2013 the ETF Youth Committee formulates ETF youth policies and addresses all issues of importance to young transport workers. The ETF Youth Committee works to improve the situation of young transport workers in the labour market and to better integrate young activists in trade union structures and activities. Being part of all ETF decision making bodies, the youth representatives play a key role in including youth perspectives in ETF policies and its affiliates’ organising strategies.
How does the ETF Youth Committee act?
To fulfil its role of improving the situation of young transport workers, the ETF Youth Committee
- Monitors developments in the European labour market with regard to youth employment and young transport workers’ social conditions;
- Puts forward proposals and resolutions to the ETF Management Committee, Executive Committee, Sections and the Congress;
- Formulates recommendations for European Sectoral Social Dialogue Committees for which the ETF is the recognised social partner;
- Represents the Committee in international organisations, establishes and participates in transnational networks to deliver the Committee’s views on a wide range of issues and develop common strategies;
- Applies for and undertakes EU co-funded projects on issues relevant to young transport workers to provide members with the means to build their capacity for action.
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