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AM\1064656EN.doc PE560.684v01-00

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United in diversity

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European Parliament

2014 - 2019

Committee on Employment and Social Affairs

2015/2006(INI) 22.6.2015

COMPROMISE AMENDMENTS

A - K

Draft opinion Jana Žitňanská (PE557.041v01-00)

Promoting youth entrepreneurship through education and training (2015/2006(INI))

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Amendment A

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, EFDD

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 29 (Enrique Calvet Chambon), 30 (Louis Michel), 31 (Tom Vandenkendelaere), 32 (Laura Agea, Tiziana Beghin), 34 (Sofia Ribeiro), 37 (Emilian Pavel, Damian Drăghici, Elena Gentile, Georgi Pirinski, Brando Benifei, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 38 (Javi López, Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto), 39 (Elisabeth Morin-Chartier), 40 (Marian Harkin), 41 (Anne Sander), 42 (Karima Delli), 43 (Ivan Jakovčić), 44 (Aldo Patriciello), 45 (Martina Dlabajová, Yana Toom, Marian Harkin, Ivo Vajgl), 49 (Brando Benifei, Emilian Pavel), 50 (Brando Benifei, Emilian Pavel)

Draft opinion Paragraph 1

Draft opinion Amendment

1. Calls on the Member States to use existing EU-level funding resources to support initiatives pursuing linkswith

businesses and offering entrepreneurship education to low-income young people, school dropouts, young people in danger of long-term unemployment and young people with disabilities;

1. Calls on the Member States, as well as regional and local authorities,to use all

existing EU-level funding resources, such as the European Social Fund, the

European Youth Employment Initiative, the EaSI Programme, the Erasmus for Young Entrepreneurs and the COSME programmes, to encourage and support initiatives pursuing more effective and better targeted links between businesses and the education sector, foster an entrepreneurial culture among young people, regardless of socio-economic background or gender, so as to encourage them to develop creativity, initiative and sense of responsibility and reverse the perception that entrepreneurship is a residual career option; calls on the Commission to look into how such fundings are actually used and to make them easily accessible and easy to use; highlights the need of investments in education and infrastructure to address the digital divide in the Union;

Or. en

Amendment B

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 38 (Javi López, Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto), 46 (Elisabeth Morin-Chartier), 49 (Brando Benifei, Emilian Pavel)

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Draft opinion

Paragraph 1 a (new)

Draft opinion Amendment

1a. Calls on the Member States to do all they can to raise awareness among young people of the opportunities for setting up businesses, by providing appropriate education and training programmes focused on entrepreneurships and promoting individual skills, in particular digital skills and digital leadership skills as essential tools for entrepreneurs in today's economy and business; stresses that a young, experienced and

appropriately skilled workforce is of essential importance to EU

competitiveness and will help to speed up the economic recovery process and create jobs in all the Member States;

Or. en

Amendment C

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, EFDD

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 52 (Enrique Calvet Chambon), 53 (Anne Sander), 54 (Emilian Pavel, Brando Benifei, Georgi Pirinski, Elena Gentile, Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto, Javi López, Damian Drăghici, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 55 (Javi López, Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto), 57 (Karima Delli)

Draft opinion Paragraph 2

Draft opinion Amendment

2. Calls on the Member States to be proactive in simplifying the regulatory frameworks of socialbusinesses, promote

themand monitor the quality of the employment practices of such businesses;

2. Calls on the Member States to be proactive in improving the regulatory frameworks and streamlining the

administrative procedures for businesses,

in particular SMEs and social businesses, and to promote and monitor the quality of the employment practices of such

businesses; points out that social and inclusive businesses create sustainable jobs, contribute to the development of communities and help to promote a

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sustainable environment and to ensure social resilience at times of crisis;

Or. en

Amendment D

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 60 (Danuta Jazłowiecka), 63 (Emilian Pavel, Damian Drăghici, Georgi Pirinski, Brando Benifei, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė, Javi López, Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto), 79 (Karima Delli)

Draft opinion

Paragraph 2 a (new)

Draft opinion Amendment

2a. Stresses the need to address financial difficulties that affect young

entrepreneurs and facilitate their access to credit and special grants, as well as reduce existing administrative burdens, put in place a regulatory environment and fiscal incentives that encourage the

development of youth entrepreneurial initiatives and boost job creation, in order to facilitate the start-up and stabilisation of their business projects;

Or. en

Amendment E

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Greens, EFDD

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 65 (Karima Delli), 67 (Laura Agea, Tiziana Beghin), 68 (Enrique Calvet Chambon), 69 (Tom Vandenkendelaere), 70 (Javi López, Sergio Gutiérrez Prieto), 71 (Emilian Pavel, Elena Gentile, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 72 (Marian Harkin), 74 (Miapetra Kumpula-Natri), 75 (Ivan Jakovčić), 99 (Karima Delli)

Draft opinion Paragraph 3

Draft opinion Amendment

3. Calls on the Member States to offer

micro-scholarships and micro-loans schemes to innovative students in

3.Calls on the Member States, as well as regional and local authorities,to offer

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secondary and tertiary education respectively in order to start their own ventures or projects;

scholarships and micro-loans schemes, as well as support, information, mentoring and multidisciplinary assistance and peer-to-peer evaluation platforms to innovative students in order to start their own ventures or projects, such as those supported under the Microfinance and Social

Entrepreneurship axis of EaSI;calls on Member States to facilitate access and return of loans, to promote the use of crowdfunding, developing partnerships between the local economy, businesses and universities and to enhance the role of businesses in integrating young people within the labour market, consolidating the ESP (entrepreneurial skills pass) at the various stages of school and university and especially in partnership with SMEs; urges Member States to encourage the establishment within the universities of business incubators dedicated to

sustainable development and future-oriented branches;

Or. en

Amendment F

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, EFDD

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 83 (Emilian Pavel, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Elena Gentile, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 84 (Karima Delli), 85 (Martina Dlabajová, Marian Harkin, Ivo Vajgl), 86 (Anne Sander), 87 (Marian Harkin), 88 (Laura Agea, Marian Harkin), 89 (Tom Vandenkendelaere), 95 (Elisabeth Morin-Chartier) Draft opinion

Paragraph 4

Draft opinion Amendment

4. Calls on the Member Statesto improve the entrepreneurial culture within tertiary education by establishing the conditions to supportthe creation of new companies based on academic research (spin-offs),

reducing the bureaucratic burden involved in establishing such companies and

promoting the benefits of commercialising research;

4. Stresses the needto improve the entrepreneurial culture within tertiary education by supporting and facilitating

the creation of new companies by young people based on academic research (spin-offs), reducing the bureaucratic burden involved in establishing such companies,

creating a clear and supportive regulatory framework for student-entrepreneurs;

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considers that, in this context, schools and universities should provide the time, space and recognition for initiatives by young people so as to give them the necessary confidence to undertake new projects that may prove useful for setting up

independent businesses; welcomes the initiatives which reward young people for successful business ventures (e.g. The Best Student Company of the Year) and further emphasises the importance for companies to provide the possibility for young people to get their first direct in-house work experience and reiterates the necessity to promote company visits and traineeships schemes with such objective, so as to give young people an overview of the business world;

Or. en

Amendment G

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 62 (Sofia Ribeiro), 78 (Danuta

Jazłowiecka), 80 (Sofia Ribeiro), 96 (Danuta Jazłowiecka), 97 (Tom Vandenkendelaere), 100 (Emilian Pavel, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 111 (Glenis Willmott, Siôn Simon), 116 (Emilian Pavel, Damian Drăghici, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė)

Draft opinion

Paragraph 4 a (new)

Draft opinion Amendment

4a. Calls on the Member States to introduce in their educational systems including vocational training programs, a larger focus on the development of

transversal entrepreneurship

competencies, skills and knowledge, notably by providing for ICT skills and foreign languages to be taught in the first yars of schooling and by promoting in secondary and tertiary edication learning that provides and develops competencies needed to become entrepreneur such as creativity, communication skills, business

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management, book keeping and accounting, and that is effectively

delivered through hands-on and real life experiences; while stressing the important role that teachers play in fostering an entrepreneurial mindset among young people and providing them with right skills and qualifications, calls on Member States to pay special attention to the provision of appropriate and specialised trainings to teachers, and ensure their ongoing professional development, as well as to expand the opportunities for the inflow of experienced entrepreneurs as teachers in education;

Or. en

Amendment H

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Greens

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 87 (Marian Harkin), 98 (Sofia Ribeiro), 101 (Enrique Calvet Chambon), 102 (Martina Dlabajová, Yana Toom, Ivo Vajgl), 103 (Danuta Jazłowiecka), 109 (Emilian Pavel, Damian Drăghici, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Elena Gentile, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė)

Draft opinion Paragraph 5

Draft opinion Amendment

5. Calls on the Commission to monitor concrete measures implemented by

Member States to support entrepreneurship among young people and to devote special attention to the promotion and publication of information about results and best practice.

5. Calls on the Commission to closely

monitor concrete measures implemented by Member States to support

entrepreneurship among young people and to devote special attention to the promotion and publication of information about results and to encourage and support institutions and organisations to

exchange good practices, to share ideas, knowledge, experience as well as to form cross-sector strategic partnerships; encourages the Commission and the Members States to develop benchmarks, models and common instruments and projects to promote youth

entrepreneurship; welcomes the ERASMUS + and Erasmus for Young

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Entrepreneurs programmes which provide young people with the opportunity to study and train abroad and to acquire entrepreneurial experiences in other Member States; asks the Commission to ensure that companies comply with the applicable rules of these programmes safeguarding the rights of participants and that such programmes are publicised within vocational, secondary and higher education institutions;

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Amendment I

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Greens

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 1 (Enrique Calvet Chambon), 9 (Karima Delli), 10 (Karima Delli), 23 (Emilian Pavel, Damian Drăghici, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Elena Gentile, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 25 (Javi Lopez, Sergio Gutierrez Prietpo)

Draft opinion Recital –A (new)

Draft opinion Amendment

-A. whereas the EU youth employment statistics are alarming, with some Member States having a youth unemployment rate of more than 50%; whereas education plays a key role in fostering the social and occupational inclusion of young people and whereas entrepreneurship should be regarded as a cross-cutting competence and an additional option for creating new businesses and, above all, more jobs opportunities thereby contributing to reduce youth unemployment and boost the employability of young people;

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Amendment J

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE

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Elena Gentile, Siôn Simon, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 3 (Louis Michel), 4 (Martina Dlabajová, Marian Harkin, Ivo Vajgl), 5 (Ádám Kósa), 6 (Jana Žitňanská) Draft opinion

Recital A

Draft opinion Amendment

A. whereas young people benefit

immensely from practical entrepreneurial experience, which contributes to new business creation andemployability and

boostsinnovationin the wider

organisations in which they are employed;

A. whereas young people benefit from

entrepreneurial training and education and practical entrepreneurial experience, whichcontributeto their development of skills and talent, enabling them to develop confidence, as well as to new business creation,employability and innovation;

whereas entrepreneurship is a hugely unused option for many young people with disabilities;

Or. en

Amendment K

EPP, S&D, ECR, ALDE, Greens

Compromise amendment replacing Amendments 14 (Louis Michel), 15 (Enrique Calvet Chambon), 16 (Martina Dlabajová, Yana Toom, Marian Harkin, Ivo Vajgl), 17 (Karima Delli), 18 (Emilian Pavel, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Georgi Pirinski, Vilija Blinkevičiūtė), 19 (Aldo Patriciello)

Draft opinion Recital B

Draft opinion Amendment

B. whereas social businesses contributeto innovative sustainable growth and

cohesionwith society and local communities, and create employment opportunities for young people, including

disadvantagedyoung people and those furthest from the labour market;

B. whereas social and inclusivebusinesses

actively participateto innovative sustainable growth, promote greater

cohesion within society and local

communities, and can create employment opportunities for young people, including

socially vulnerableyoung people and those furthest from the labour market;

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