Renting is not The Basque Youth Observatory the majority option in the 30 to 34 age group, but it has increased in recent years Most emancipated young people under 30 rent housing (73.6%). However, almost half of those in the 30 to 34 age group have purchased their homes (48.0%), exceeding the percentage of those who prefer to rent (43.5%). Consequently, there is a 30-point difference between the percentage of emancipated people aged 30 to 34 and young people under the age of 30 who have purchased their homes.
European Week of Regions and Cities devotes special attention to youth and the active aging of the elderly
•From today Monday to Thursday 12 in Brussels •The Basque Country shares experiences with Scotland and the Czech Republic VG 2017 10 09 Today, the European Week of Regions and Cities begins with Brussels with direct references to youth and the elderly, a priority objective in the social policies developed by the European Commission. Tomorrow Tuesday: the debate dedicated to the "Challenge of active aging", coordinated by Donna Henderson.
Cet été les Maisons basques de France se sont retrouvées pour les fêtes de la capitale du Labourd. La réunion a été une initiative du bayonnais Benoît Etcheverry, un basque d’Iparralde très lié à l'euskal etxea de Marseille. À la reunión a assisté la Direction pour la Communauté Basque à l’Extérieur. L’été prochain sera la Maison basque de Paris qui organisera cet acte de convivialité des euskal etxeak françaises dans le cadre des fêtes de Bayonne.
With the publication of 'Youth Emancipation 2015 in the Basque Country', the Basque Youth Observatory is examining the difficulties and the conditions under which young people become independent. The study is based on the answers given by people aged 16 to 29 to a specific survey on this subject. The same questions have been put to the 30 to 34 age group to study how the residential situation of young people changes, or not, as they get older. Overall, almost 2000 young people residing in the Basque Country aged 16 to 34 participated voluntarily in the survey.
The Basque Government reiterates in Munich its commitment to the digitalisation of the Basque Country
Tapia reiterated the commitment to speed up the digitalisation of the Basque Country as a whole and, in particular, that of Industry and its SMEs The Basque Government's Minister stressed the need of extend new skills and training to ensure human capital and professionals to head this challenge for the future The delegation led by the Basque Government's Minister for Economic Development and Infrastructures, Arantxa Tapia, got its trade and institutional trip in Germany underway at midday with a visit to the Bavaria Digitalisation Centre (Zentrum Digitalsierung Bayern www.zentrum-digitalisierung.bayern) and a meeting with Bavarian Minister for the Economy, Media, Energy and Technology, Ilse Aigner.
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