Young Voices Published in TheLocal Germany Writing About Public Infrastructure Projects

Young Voices Director Fred Roeder was published by TheLocal Germany writing about the failure of large-scale public infrastructure projects in Germany.

While Berlin’s airport story developed into a never-ending tale of scandals and failure, Frankfurt and Munich expanded their capacities by benefiting from private capital and know-how that helped shape the future of those hubs.


But in Berlin the failures of politicians to directly oversee the construction of an airport has led to cost explosions and continuously deprives Berliners of the ability to be well-connected to the rest of the world.

The entire article can be found here.

If you’d like to speak with or book Fred or any of our Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.

Young Voices Advocate on Poland’s Pension Plans in L’Agefi

Young Voices Advocate Yael Ossowski and FOR Economist Marek Tatala have been published by L’Agefi writing about the plans of the Polish government to nationalize the private pillar of the Polish pension system

The entire piece can be found here (in French).

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Young Voices Advocates from various countries are currently helping to raise awareness of the Hungarian Disease and its consequences for the next generation. The Hungarian Disease needs to be contained or better cured in order to ensure intergenerational justice and sustainable pension systems.

If you’d like to speak with or book Yael or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.

Associate Cathy Reisenwitz Published in Reason

Young Voices Associate Cathy Reisenwitz was published Sunday by Reason writing about E-Verify:

Opinions are mixed on the bill as a whole. Republicans claim the bill will increase budget deficits and unemployment, while decreasing native-born workers’ wages. Democrats claim that immigration reform will reduce the federal deficit.

One thing that isn’t up for debate are the significant drawbacks to mandating use of E-Verify for all US employers. Forcing United States businesses to use the system will encourage employers to discriminate against potential hires on the basis of nationality. Technical glitches will keep legal employees out of jobs. And creating one more national database for federal agencies to mine will pose a significant Fourth Amendment threat.

You can find the entire opinion piece here.

If you’d like to speak with or book Cathy or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.