Publications on youth employment

  1. Good practices in using partnerships for effective and efficient delivery of employment services in South Korea

    15 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 234

  2. Guide to international labour standards and rights at work concerning young people

    14 December 2017

  3. How to measure and model social and employment outcomes of climate and sustainable development policies

    14 December 2017

    This training guidebook can be introduced into national teaching institutions that would serve as regional-hubs supported by ILO and GAIN trainers. Ideally, over time 2 Introduction institutions would formalize such training in national curricula or as an elective in a university programme. It could become an economics course or elective for bachelor- or masters-level students.

  4. MGNREGA, paid work and women’s empowerment

    12 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 230

  5. Gender in employment policies and programmes: What works for women?

    11 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 235

  6. Partnerships and contractors in the delivery of employment services and ALMPs: a literature review

    11 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 226

  7. Good practices in using partnerships for the delivery of employment services in Colombia

    11 December 2017

    EMPLOYMENT Working Paper No. 225

  8. ILO Toolkit for Quality Apprenticeships - Vol. 1: Guide for Policy Makers

    30 November 2017

  9. Global Employment Trends for Youth 2017: Paths to a better working future

    20 November 2017

    This report sets out the youth labour market situation around the world and shows where progress has or has not been made.

  10. Global Employment Trends for Youth 2017 [Executive summary]

    20 November 2017

    The 2017 edition of the series Global Employment Trends for Youth provides an update on key youth labour market indicators, trends and policies, focusing both on continuing labour market instability and on structural issues faced by young people across the world. It looks at the future of work for young women and men, in particular, the link between new automation and digital technologies and youth employment prospects. It also examines youth perceptions of the future based on the ILO’s Youth and the Future of Work Survey.