Publications

2015

  1. Employment Services in the evolving world of work

    02 June 2015

  2. Taqeem - SPARK and Birzeit University, Occupied Palestinian Territory

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how SPARK and Birzeit University in the Occupied Palestinian Territory measure outcomes of a youth entrepreneurship development programme, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  3. Taqeem - Mennonite Economic Development Associates, Morocco

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how the Mennonite Economic Development Associates in Morocco measures outcomes of the 100 Hours to Success programme, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  4. Taqeem - Lothan Youth Achievement Center, Kuwait

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how the Lothan Youth Achievement Center in Kuwait measures outcomes of the Summer Programme, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  5. Taqeem - International Youth Foundation, Egypt

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how the International Youth Foundation in Egypt measures outcomes the Egypt@Work programme, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  6. Taqeem - Help Leads to Hope, Somalia

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how Help Leads to Hope in Somalia measures outcomes of the Fishing Sector Livelihood Programme for Youth, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  7. Taqeem - Education for Employment Foundation, Morocco

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how Education for Employment Foundation in Morocco measures outcomes of the Finding a Job Is a Job (FJIJ) programme, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  8. Taqeem - Al-Amal Microfinance Bank, Yemen

    02 June 2015

    This Taqeem Impact Brief documents how Al-Amal Microfinance Bank in Yemen measures outcomes of the Youth Loan Fund, the tools that are applied and the findings and recommendations that emerge to assist them in improving impacts and programme design. Taqeem (“evaluation” in Arabic) is a regional initiative of the ILO that aims to improve labour market outcomes of young people in the Middle East and North Africa by strengthening results measurement and evidence-based policies and programmes.

  9. Making Learning Count: Effective Monitoring and Evaluation of Youth Employment Programs in the Arab World

    02 June 2015

    A collection of unique case studies explaining how youth-serving organizations improve their measurement of results by designing M&E systems that are appropriate to their needs and resources

  10. Role of the Central Bank in supporting economic diversification and productive employment in Cambodia

    29 May 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 175

  11. The Story of the ILO’s Promotion of Cooperatives Recommendation, 2002 (No.193) A review of the process of making ILO Recommendation No. 193, its implementation and its impact

    27 May 2015

    This publication highlights how the Recommendation No. 193 is being used, and its impact on the laws, policies and practices of countries. The publication also provides a brief account of the ILO’s engagement with cooperative development.

  12. Structural change, employment and education in Mozambique

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 174

  13. Pro-employment budgeting in China: Linking employment to national and local budgets

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 173

  14. Financial inclusion policy in Ecuador: Role of the Central Bank towards economic growth and job creation

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 172

  15. The role of Central Banks in supporting economic growth and creation of productive employment: The case of Pakistan

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 171

  16. Escaping stagnation and restoring shared prosperity: A macroeconomic policy framework for job-rich growth

    29 April 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 170

  17. Promoting formal employment among youth: innovative experiences in Latin America and the Caribbean.

    20 April 2015

    Formalizing employment, particularly youth employment, continues to pose a challenge for the countries of the region. Currently, 13% of youth are unemployed and 55.7% are informally employed (ILO 2013 and ILO 2014). The challenge of enabling the new labour force to actively participate in the labour market is compounded by the additional challenge of guaranteeing that the new jobs meet decent work criteria.

  18. Challenges of price stability, growth and employment in Bangladesh: Role of the Bangladesh Bank

    23 February 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 169

  19. Sectoral dimensions of employment targeting

    23 February 2015

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 166

  20. Youth Employment Newsletter

    04 February 2015