Young Voices Advocate Admir Cavalic has been featured by several Bosnian media outlets writing about the plans of the Polish government to nationalize the private pension system in Poland. Together with Marek Tatala from the Polish Civil Development Forum (FOR), Admir writes about the dangers of nationalizing the private pillar of the pension system.
The Bosnian news-portals Javno.ba and interNOVINE published the two authors today. Admir and Marek wrote this piece in a series of articles on the so-called “Hungarian Disease” of nationalizing private pensions. The “Hungarian Disease” is currently infecting Poland and thus threatening the sustainability of the Polish pension system and alienating people’s right to keep their private savings.
If you’d like to speak with or book Admir or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.
Young Voices Advocate Yael Ossowski and Director Fred Roeder were published by Huffington Post Quebec writing about the positive effects a free trade agreement between Canada and the European Union will have for consumers on both sides of the Atlantic. This piece has already been published in German (Huffington Post Germany) and English (PanAmPost).
Any kind of relaxation of import tariffs and increase of import quotas should be welcomed since those allow more choice for consumers. At the same time it is important to stress out that those trade negotiations that last for years, have an uncertain outcome, and result in merely increasing import quotas.
The entire piece can be found here (in French only).
If you’d like to speak with or book Yael, Fred, or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.
Young Voices Director Fred Roeder has been published by Huffington Post Germany writing about the potential introduction of rent control in German cities. Fred argues that rent control would actually worsen the situation of tenants in large cities and would lead to a decrease of housing supply.
The entire piece can be found here (in German).
If you’d like to speak with or book Fred or any of our other Advocates, please contact Young Voices now.