Work4Youth (W4Y)

What is Work4Youth (W4Y)?

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The Work4Youth Project is a five-year partnership between the ILO and The MasterCard Foundation that aims to promote decent work opportunities for young men and women through knowledge and action.

Latest from Work4Youth

  1. Publication

    Does the work-study combination among youth improve the transition path?

    10 November 2015

  2. Work4Youth Project

    Working poverty remains main concern for young people in Sub-Saharan Africa, says ILO

    05 November 2015

  3. Global Employment Trends for Youth 2015

    Highlights of the Youth Employment Trends

    14 October 2015


  1. 2015 Edition 

    Global Employment Trends for Youth

  1. Database

    School-to-work transition survey (SWTS) micro data files

  2. Blog

    The MasterCard Foundation addresses the role of SWTS in confronting data set deficit 

  3. Blog

    How Youth Move to Work in Rural Communities: New Evidence

    Chris Johnston (Senior Manager, Research and Policy at The MasterCard Foundation)

  4. Blog

    4 things you should know about NEETs

    Sara Elder, CTA Work4Youth Project, examines what NEETs actually means.

  5. Database


    For easier access, youthSTATS can now be found in the global ILO's database of statistics.

  6. Watch

    Making the move from school to work in Malawi and Zambia