“Those who do not invest in their young people have no future”. The sentence was projected on Palazzo Chigi by the non-partisan movement Uno Non Basta, born from the non-profit associations Visionary Days and Officine Italia. An action to show all the dissent to the government for wanting to invest only 1% “of the available funds of the Recovery fund is not enough, the government must invest in young people and clarify its intentions”, reports the president of Visionary Days, Carmelo Traina . Rather, there are twenty billion that the movement deems suitable for investing in youth policies and employment.
“We have faith in our country, but financing across the board does not solve the problems”; continue Trolling. Other organizations have also given their endorsements to the battle waged by the movement. A few weeks ago a campaign was launched with which a position paper and an online petition were released, which in the course of three weeks has already reached more than 85,000 signatures. The main proposals are three: facilitate the insertion into the world of work of 800,000 young people through the renewal of the Youth Guarantee, place 300,000 young people in qualifying training courses on digital transformation and energy-environmental transition, with a digital portal on training on the work of the future and support 350,000 young people (and not so young) in job reintegration paths through systematized and programmatic dual apprenticeships and education and training courses.
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