The team at the Institute for the Development of Legal Education and Civil Society invites you to read the third in a series of analyses. This time we looked at the issue of unpaid internships.

Apprenticeships are intended to help young people make the transition from education to permanent employment by providing them with practical training at their future workplace. Although the very institution of internships as an opportunity to gain their first professional experience seems to be right, the biggest problem for young people remains their unpaid nature, and consequently the additional difficulty of taking their first steps in the demanding labor market.

What is the situation of interns in Poland and the European Union? Would a ban on unpaid internships be an appropriate solution? These are just some of the issues we raised in our latest analysis.

We invite you to join us!

The analysis is available at the link: Analysis. Free internships