The Work and Pensions Committee will hold the first evidence session for its inquiry into Youth Unemployment and the Future Jobs Fund this Wednesday.
The inquiry is exploring the extent to which the FJF has succeeded in matching new work experience opportunities to young unemployed people. It is also considering the strengths and weaknesses of the programme and how the Government can manage the transition from the FJF to the proposed Work Programme.
Wednesday 27 October 2010, Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster.
Details of witnesses are as follows:
- David Coyne, Executive Director
- Tony Hawkhead, Chief Executive
Confederation of British Industry (CBI)
- Neil Carberry, Head of Employment, Pensions and Health & Safety Policy
- Emma Watkins, Head of Public Services Policy
Professor Paul Gregg,
- Professor of Economics, University of Bristol
Tracy Fishwick, Associate of the Centre for Economic and Social Inclusion