In April 2013, the Council adopted a Recommendation for a European Youth Guarantee (EYG). This background analysis outlines the EYG and discusses possible challenges to its success. Further, it provides an overview of the implementation of the EYG and the existence of recent labour market policies targeting young people in the 28 Member States until mid-November 2013. Wherever possible, we include the perspectives of national trade unions.

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