The current global economic situation and the drastic changes taking place in labour markets throughout the world call for the development of new strategies to tackle unemployment. In this context, both universities and local and regional administrations must play a more significant role in the implementation of strategies designed to generate new employment opportunities and instil forward-looking and enterprising attitudes among young people.
The Conference on Employability, Social Entrepreneurship and Territorial Development, which will be held at the UGR’s Melilla Campus in North Africa on 31 May and 1 June 2018, aims to serve as a forum for the discussion and exchange of ideas and best practices for boosting employment prospects. In particular, a key goal of the conference is to address the needs of the most vulnerable social groups in society and examine the most pressing challenges faced in peripheral and underdeveloped regions.
This multidisciplinary conference will bring together experts from diverse fields such as economics, human resources, labour relations and law. The conference will also mark the 40th anniversary since the founding of the Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences (Melilla Campus).
Conference dates: 31 May – 1 June 2018
Venue: Faculty of Social and Legal Sciences (Melilla Campus)
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