Informal employment among youth in Brazil: Reflections by Representatives of the Subcommittee on the National Decent Work Agenda for Youth

The National Decent Work Agenda for Youth Subcommittee was created by the Brazilian government to join key players in discussing and finding solutions to reduce informal employment among Brazilian youth. Thirty-two institutions are represented on the Subcommittee. Of these, 13 are from various government ministries that develop public policies geared toward youth; 4 are from employer confederations; 7 are from trade union centres; and 7 are from non-governmental organizations engaged in labour rights for young women and men, including the ILO.