10 survival messages for (young) entrepreneurs

Posted on 06. May 2014 by Lukáš Fúčela Are you thinking about surfing on the great start-up wave but you’re not sure if you would be able to survive in the high tide? Don’t be afraid to miss the comfort of having a steady job! The advice from experienced entrepreneurs at the Ronda Forum on Education … Continue reading 10 survival messages for (young) entrepreneurs

An interactive and outstanding Europe@Debate in Ronda

Posted on 01. April 2014 by Marsida Bandilli Although all events happen only once in a lifetime some will remember longer than others. As such the Forum on Employment and Entrepreneurship in Ronda is clearly one of the most notable experiences I have recently had. The event was organized with a great eye for detail, and … Continue reading An interactive and outstanding Europe@Debate in Ronda

To move or not to move – is that the question? The fairy tale of mobility

Posted on 22. March 2014 by Estefanía Almenta ‘Move! If you can’t find a job in Spain, you should move. There are lots of opportunities for people like you’ – I’ve heard these sentences so many times lately that for a moment I almost believed this is the magic solution to move my career forward. I … Continue reading To move or not to move – is that the question? The fairy tale of mobility

European youth want decisive action for Summit

18. October 2013 ©FutureLab EuropeEuropean leaders must take swift and efficient action on the political issues at their agenda at the upcoming Summit. This was the conclusion of a meeting of participants of FutureLab Europe and students at the College of Europe when they met on 17 October in Bruges, as the “European Youth Council”. … Continue reading European youth want decisive action for Summit

‘Youth-Maybe-a-Guarantee’: thoughts about the language of the crisis

Posted on 29. August 2013 by Kati Temonen Year 2008 marked one of the most defining moments of my life: I entered university for the first time. For many of the new university graduates it was also a year to be remembered: as we all know, it was the early crisis months, which meant hard work … Continue reading ‘Youth-Maybe-a-Guarantee’: thoughts about the language of the crisis