Young leaders at the ILO Global Youth Employment Forum in Nigeria highlight need for better jobs, entrepreneurship, training and rights. More than 200 young change makers from 65 countries have issued a call for a range of “systematic changes” in youth employment policies, noting that “business as usual is not working for youth”.
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This landmark report by the Global Commission on the Future of Work examines how to achieve a better future of work for all at a time of unprecedented change and exceptional challenges in the world of work.
The reviewed National Employment Policy outlines strategies that will enable the creation of decent work through a combination of various methods.
The OTUWA Strategic Plan is a product of the reports from the Strategic Planning Workshop in Abuja, and the Rebooting Conference in Dakar.
The DWCP II will facilitate a coherent, gender-sensitive and integrated approach to promoting the ILO’s decent work agenda,