Resources on youth employment

  1. Jordan plans to improve the evaluation outcomes of its national employment and skills training programmes

    27 November 2014

    The ILO and its partners in Jordan hold a series of workshops to produce an action plan for better monitoring and evaluation of the National Employment Strategy and associated training programmes.

  2. ILO promotes South-South cooperation on youth employment in the Arab region

    14 February 2014

    The first ever-regional South-South Development Expo for the Arab States in Doha, Qatar (18-20 February) provides a platform to exchange successful experiences in the fight against youth unemployment in the Global South.

  3. Flyer and programme: ILO Solution Exchange Forum, Doha, 19 February 2014: Promoting Youth Employment through South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Arab States

    13 February 2014

  4. ILO Solution Exchange Forum on Youth Employment

    13 February 2014

    Inspired by the success of recent global South-South Development Expos, and regional knowledge sharing events, the UNDP Regional Bureau for Arab States, through its Regional Centre in Cairo and in close cooperation with the UN Office for South-South Cooperation, is holding the first Arab States Regional South-South Development Expo. The ILO is contributing with a Solution Exchange Forum on Youth Employment.

  5. Agenda: ILO Solution Exchange Forum, Doha, 19 February 2014: Promoting Youth Employment through South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Arab States

    28 January 2014

  6. Concept Note: ILO Solution Exchange Forum, Doha, 19 February 2014: Promoting Youth Employment through South-South and Triangular Cooperation in Arab States

    28 January 2014

  7. High level Panel on “Arab Youth: Aspiring for Social Justice”

    06 June 2011

    This panel will review recent developments in the region through the perspective of young people who made these changes happen by tackling the challenges of exclusion, poverty and inequality. Five young activists from Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Tunisia and Yemen, who were influential in profiling key issues, participating in protests and mobilizing peers into action on the streets of several cities of North Africa and the Middle East, will shed light on the socio-economic factors that drove them to become “agents of history”.