Domenica, 21 Ottobre 2018

Police clash with students in Naples over labor market


Naples, November 12 - Police in Naples on Monday
fired tear gas and charged at student protestors after they
hurled bottles and stones during the visit of Italy's and
Germany's labor ministers.
Police then cornered demonstrators inside the entrance of
the city's school of engineering, where tear gas and small
explosions continued to go off.
Students were protesting against poor labor conditions in
the country, where youth unemployment is 35% and even higher in
the south, and internships and temporary contracts are the norm.
Italian Labor Minister Elsa Fornero was in Naples for a
meeting with her German counterpart Ursula von der Leyen and
Italian Education Minister Francesco Profumo.
"I chose Naples to give a signal, a positive message to a
city where the problems of our youth are very serious," said
Fornero, who said that apprenticeships were the key for new
graduates to transition into the workforce.
"We need to aim for apprenticeships, where (young people)
can learn on the job because often once they've left school and
arrive in a company they can have a difficult time," she said.

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