Operation “HUS”: Hromada – University – Student

Employment of young people in amalgamated hroamadas, the need for highly skilled specialists and personnel policy issue in the AHs were discussed on 15 February at the Mykolayiv Local Government Development Centre, established with the support of the U-LEAD with Europe Programme and MinRegion.

Oleksandr Kushnir, deputy head of the Oblast State Administration, Dmytro Oboronko, director of the oblast employment centre, Olena Udovychenko, acting director of the Department of Education and Science of the Oblast State Administration, Oleksandr Karazhey, Oblast Council deputy, representatives of AHs, public organisations, teachers and students led by student mayor Tetyana Pustovoytenko took part in the discussion.

Valentyn Boyko, director of the Mykolayiv LGDC, outlined new trends in the development of the personnel potential of AHs, which should be introduced through the adoption of the new Law “On Service in Local Self-Government Bodies”, establishing new rights and duties of officials, as well as guarantees of fair labour remuneration.

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Operation “HUS”: Hromada – University – Student

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