The work of our colleague, Melisa Muratovic, within the international COST action – Young Rural NEETs – was published by Sage Journal. Other authors of this paper include experts from Portugal, Turkey and Hungary. The goal of their activities is the affirmation of young rural NEETs within strategic and development documents, as well as the inclusion of this group in scientific and research discourse. The issue of the position and living conditions of these young people is often left out, and their vulnerability is best illustrated by key-words
Projects in focus
Our colleague, Vojin Golubovic, is the author of a newly published study – “How migration, human capital and the labor market interact in Montenegro”. The preparation of this study is part of a regional project (covering six Western Balkan countries), implemented by the European Training Foundation (ETF), under the supervision of the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies (wiiw).
This paper indicates the main migration trends and destination countries, and further explains push and pull factors based on available data. Migration flows are given in relation to the labour market situation and the education system. The aim is to suggest
ISSP attended a meeting today, organized by OECD, which gathered Montenegrin public sector representatives and national experts to discuss the results presented in a newly published – Competitiveness in South East Europe 2021: A Policy Outlook. ISSP contributed to the creation of the report by providing an independent assessment.
You may find the full PDF version of the report bellow.