The ILO's programme on youth employment operates through a global network of technical teams at its headquarters in Geneva and in more than 60 offices around the world. It provides assistance to countries in developing coherent and coordinated interventions on youth employment. This integrated approach combines macro-economic policies and targeted measures which address labour demand and supply, as well as the quantity and quality of employment.
19 December 2014
Youth guarantees, entrepreneurship and apprenticeships are tools to getting over 74 million youth back to work,said ILO Director-General Guy Ryder during the talkshow organized in the context of the activities of the Asia and Pacific Youth Network of the ILO (APYouthNet).
Labour demand and social dialogue: Two binding constraints for decent work for youth in the Arab Region
18 December 2014
EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 164
18 December 2014
This report presents the highlights of the 2013 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) and the Labour Demand Enterprise Survey (LDES) run together with the Department of Statistics of the University of Dar es Salaam within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.
In June 2012, the ILO adopted a Resolution calling for immediate, targeted and renewed action to tackle the youth employment crisis. The resolution provides a portfolio of tested measures in five areas: macro-economic policies, employability, labour market policies, youth entrepreneurship and rights.
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Workshops conclude ILO project supporting performance management of National Employment Strategy and Employment, Technical Vocational Education and Training institutions in Jordan
30 November - 22 December 2014, Amman, Jordan
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.