Resources on youth employment
ILO is a specialized agency of the United Nations
Promoting jobs, protecting people
ILO home > Topics > Youth employment > Resources on youth employment

Resources on youth employment

  1. ILO Director-General calls for more public funding to create jobs in the global economy

    28 July 2014

    Guy Ryder says 4 million jobs could be generated in advanced economies and EU alone with more public cash injections.

  2. Sweden announces new partnership programme with the ILO

    14 May 2014

    Agreement will provide SEK 100 million (US$ 15.4 million) for the period 2014-15 for initiatives promoting skills and jobs for youth and workers’ rights.

  3. Germany signs Declaration of Intent with ILO

    13 May 2014

    Agreement targets work on improving labour standards in global supply chains, creating jobs for young people, eliminating the worst forms of child labour, and protecting the rights of indigenous peoples.

  4. ILO signs agreement with g7+ group of fragile States

    21 March 2014

    On 20 March 2014, during a High-Level Meeting on Decent Work in Fragile States, the ILO and the g7+ group signed a Memorandum of Understanding on a partnership for cooperation in job creation, skills development, social protection, SSTC, migration, and labour market monitoring.

  5. Symposium looks at “what works” to improve youth employment outcomes

    06 March 2014

    The ILO is holding a symposium from March 6-8 in Doha to discuss best practices and ideas to boost youth employment and productivity in the Middle East and North Africa.

  6. 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.

  7. © Ben Stansall / AFP 2014
    Weak economic recovery does not extend to jobs

    21 January 2014

    Global labour markets still stalled despite slow economic recovery, according to the ILO’s Global Employment Trends 2014 report, which calls for an urgent switch to more employment-friendly policies.

© 1996-2014 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer