The STYLE (Strategic Transitions for Youth Labour in Europe) project brought 24 consortium partners together, including an international advisory network and local advisory boards of employers, unions, policy makers and NGOs from over 20 European countries. The project was led by the University of Brighton, ran for 42 months, examined the obstacles and opportunities affecting youth employment in Europe.
TÁRKI was main partner of the consortium. One of the main tasks of was leading WP8 on Family and Cultural Drivers of Youth Unemployment and Adulthood Transitions. TÁRKI also contributed to WP9 VOICES (Vulnerable Voices and Cultural Barriers: Attitudes and Aspirations).
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Lead researchers: András Gábos, Endre Sik, Márton Medgyesi