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———————————————————————————————————— According to the EU Commission, youth employment is a priority, but there is no single solution. In fact, Member States are urgently called to in place a combo of various actions and proceedings agreed upon to bring in successful results as full cooperation is necessary to emerge an overall fix.Investing in youth On December of 2016, the EU Commission recommended thorough a forum about “Investing In Europe’s Youth”. Such recommendation suggests 3 measures of action. The first purposes a method of bettering opportunities to access employment by the implementation of the Youth Guarantee; which the Commission has proposed to supplement by 1 billion euros until 2020. Secondly, the Commission suggests bettering opportunities by reforming education and training systems through a partnership amongst the Member States. The third proposal is to better opportunities for solidarity, learning mobility and participation by an additionally 200 million euros the Erasmus budget until 2020 to encourage cooperation of young people.Labour mobility The Commission promotes labour mobility by making youngsters alert of prospective opportunities in other EU countries. In fact, the EURES portal publishes over 1.4 million job vacancies and nearly 31000 registered employers locate potential talented mobile-abled seekers; tools at the service of Member States to boost mobility and as a means to offer job opportunitiesEuropean Alliance for ApprenticeshipsThe European Alliance for Apprenticeships (EAfA) pursues to build up the quality, supply and image of apprenticeships in Europe and evolve the attitude in apprenticeship learning. In fact, Member States include apprenticeship reform to achieve Youth Guarantees. Additionally, EU funding is offered to the Member States to achieve their overall goal.Quality Framework for Traineeships (QFT)On December of 2013, the Commission proposed in form recommendation on a Quality Framework for Traineeships (QFT). Its overall goal is to establish “guidance for traineeships outside formal education to pursue high-quality learning and just working conditions. It additionally promotes work transitions from university to make trainees desirable for hiring.European Solidarity CorpsThe European Solidarity Corps is an initiative to establish convenience for youngsters to broaden extracurricular activity within their country or abroad.Youth Employment Initiative (YEI)The Youth Employment Initiative (YEI) is one of the main EU financial resources to support the implementation of Youth Guarantee schemes.Its overall purpose is to support youngsters located where unemployment was higher than 25%. In full, the Youth Forum Rapport can conclude that the best possible way to reduce the unemployment rate is for the EU to simply invest in its youth. By supporting and investing millions/billion of euros on initiatives or projects that provide youngsters with opportunities; the outcome can majorly reduce the conflict. Individually, member states that have a high unemployment rate can not initially do much due to its infrastructure; but as a collective institution it is easier to provide spillover amongst each other.