Monaco’s new Minister of Health and Social Affairs, Didier Gamerdinger, had a frank discussion with the media about the main issues facing the department he took over on June 1st. The incoming Minister said that priorities include a study on the ageing of the local population, the digitalisation of the administration, and help for young people with psychological difficulties. This week the Minister also met with employers’ organisations and trade unions.
This week, the International Voluntary Service celebrated its tenth year, helping young people to gain professional experience, living and working in countries receiving help from Monaco’s Directorate of International Cooperation. Past volunteers met with the Minister of External Relations to relate their experiences, and unanimously, they said it was an enriching life experience, both in human terms and professionally.
For more, see the Monaco Government Communication Department website at; www.gouv.mc
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