Publications on youth employment

  1. Youth Employment and Migration in Tunisia

    12 August 2013

    Youth between 15 and 29 years of age represent 28.4 per cent of the 10.7 million population of Tunisia. It is widely recognized that this young generation has been the main driving-force behind the social and political upheaval that has led to the fall of Ben Ali’s government in January 2011. Today, their persistent discontent, in particular as regards labour market prospects, could weigh on the political and social transition of the country. Above all, youth employment remains a great challenge for Tunisia.

  2. Efectos del Comercio en el Empleo: Informe Guatemala

    07 August 2013

    El informe aborda la relación entre comercio y empleo en el país para la formulación de políticas nacionales. Hace uso de los estudios realizados por el proyecto ECE en Guatemala y de las discusiones llevadas a cabo durante las reuniones del Grupo de Trabajo Asesor. El documento subraya la necesidad de tomar medidas adecuadas para mitigar los costos de ajuste que implica la liberalización comercial. Enfatiza además la necesidad de políticas adicionales para mejorar la capacidad de oferta nacional, lo cual requeriría de una mejoría significativa en cuanto a infraestructura física, mayor productividad del trabajo y mejor gobernabilidad económica.

  3. Etude Nationale du Projet «Evaluer et Gérer les Effets du Commerce sur L'Emploi» au Bénin

    07 August 2013

    Ce rapport résume les études réalisées par le Projet ECE au Bénin et fait la synthèse des discussions lors des réunions de « Policy Working Group ». Ce rapport met en évidence la relation entre le commerce et l'emploi au Bénin pour la formulation de politique nationale. Le rapport souligne la nécessité pour le Bénin de prendre des mesures adaptées pour atténuer les coûts d'ajustement liés à la libéralisation commerciale. Il insiste sur la nécessité de politiques complémentaires pour améliorer la capacité de l'offre, ce qui exigerait une nette amélioration de l'infrastructure physique, une augmentation de la productivité du travail et une amélioration de la gouvernance économique.

  4. Labour market transitions of young women and men in the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia

    07 August 2013

    This report presents the highlights of the 2012 School-to-work Transition Survey (SWTS) run together with the State Statistical Office of the Republic of Macedonia within the framework of the ILO Work4Youth Project.

  5. Differential Effects of Vocational Training on Men and Women and the Challenge of Program Dropouts and Attrition

    01 August 2013

    This brief introduces evidence on labour market and broader socio-economic effects and well as lessons on both programme and evaluation design provided by an experimental impact evalualtion of vocational training for vulnerable youth in Malawi.

  6. Getting it Right From the Baseline

    03 June 2013

    This brief presents the lessons from a flied experiment designed to evaluate what works in stimulating growth among young entrepreneurs in Uganda.

  7. Taqeem Case Studies - M&E implementation at Education for Employment (EFE), Morocco

    02 June 2013

    This case study presents the results of Taqeem's technical assistance to reform Education for Employment's M&E system.

  8. South Africa SME Observatory: The state of youth entrepreneurship in the Free State

    21 May 2013

    A baseline study of entrepreneurial intentions and activity amongst young men and women

  9. Towards more inclusive employment policy making: Process and role of stakeholders in Indonesia, Nicaragua, Moldova and Uganda

    13 May 2013

    Employment Working Paper No. 137

  10. Youth poverty in Accra: urban livelihoods in informal apprenticeships

    10 May 2013

    Employment Sector - Employment Report No. 21