|Know About Business|
for Secondary, Vocational and Higher Education
The Know About Business (KAB) programme is designed to promote awareness among young people aged 15 to 25 years of the opportunities and challenges of entrepreneurship and self-employment. Since 2004, KAB has trained over 1,100 teachers in 20 countries and reached out to more than 40,000 students through pilot activities.
An ILO experience of integrating entrepreneurship education into national vocational education systems
Stimulating youth entrepreneurship : barriers and incentives to enterprise start-ups by young people01 May 2006
SEED Working Paper No. 76
Analyses the characteristics, causes and consequences of youth unemployment. Examines policy responses focusing on active labour market policies, arguing for a shift towards demand oriented strategies based on social partnership. Reviews ILO initiatives and international policy context. Includes the text of the ILO Resolution concerning youth unemployment (adopted at the 1998 International Labour Conference, Geneva) and a list of selectd active labour market programmes for young people.
Facilitating youth entrepreneurship. An analysis of awareness and promotion programmes in formal and non-formal education01 January 2003
SEED Working Paper No. 59 Part I
Facilitating youth entrepreneurship. An analysis of awareness and promotion programmes in formal and non-formal education01 January 2004
SEED Working Paper No. 59 Part II
Towards an entrepreneurial culture for the twenty-first century : stimulating entrepreneurial spirit through entrepreneurship education in secondary schools01 January 2006
This book is intendent for all those interested in youth developent as the first step in a long-ter strategy for inforation exchange oninnovatory odels of education delivery at secondary level.
Being "Real" about Youth Entrepreneurship in Eastern and Southern Africa: Implications for Adults, Institutions and Sector Structures, Series on Youth and Entrepreneurship01 January 2005
SEED Working Paper No. 72