GENEVA – The International Institute for Labour Studies – the research arm of the ILO – will launch a new report titled “Eurozone job crisis: Trends and policy responses” on Monday 25 June.
The study provides the latest trends on the employment situation in EU countries and examines the labour market reforms adopted by various governments.
It also suggests a series of economic and financial policy responses that could be implemented in the road to recovery.
The study will be issued ahead of the summit of European leaders in Brussels on 28-29 June.
The paper and all associated material and information are embargoed until 20:00 GMT on Monday 25 June.
Embargoed electronic copies of the study and related media material will be made available upon request starting on Monday 25 June at 9:30 Geneva time (7:30 GMT). Please contact the ILO Department of Communication and Public Information at +4122/799-7912, email@example.com
For Geneva correspondents: A press briefing by Raymond Torres, Director of the ILO International Institute for Labour Studies, will be held, under embargo, on Monday, 25 June at 14:30 Geneva time in Press Room 1 at the Palais des Nations.
Interviews (including embargoed interviews) can be scheduled via the ILO Department of Communication and Public Information (see contact information above). A TV studio and ISDN line are available for broadcasters wishing to interview the authors.
Video coverage of the press briefing as well as video interviews with the authors of the report will be available for broadcasters. Please contact the Department of Communication Radio/TV Unit on +4122/799-7935 or by e-mailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.