ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment 2018-2019

The ILO/Sida Partnership on “More and better jobs for inclusive growth and improved youth employment prospects” aims to  further strengthen and support employment policy development and implementation with a specific focus on expanded diagnostics, policy advice based on robust policy analysis of countries in similar levels of development and a pro-poor perspective, improving implementation capacity, sectoral and sub-national approaches and measures targeting vulnerable youth, based on tripartite consultations.

It is articulated around three main areas of intervention:
  • strengthening employment policy diagnostic and implementation;
  • targeted policies and programmes on youth employment, with focus on vulnerable youth; and,
  • sectoral focus for skills anticipation through the strengthening of the STED programme.
The ILO/Sida partnership has two components: a global product and country-level activities. The Partnership has four country level initiatives in Cambodia, Guatemala, Morocco and Uganda.

Highlights

  1. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Working Paper No. 3

    An incomplete transformation: SDG 8, structural change, and full and productive employment in Ethiopia

    12 December 2019

  2. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Working Paper No. 2

    Growth and precariousness in Egypt

    12 December 2019

  3. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Working Paper No. 1

    Structural change and employment in India

    12 December 2019

  4. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Technical brief No. 3

    Young People not in employment, education or training

    12 December 2019

  5. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Technical brief No. 2

    Gender impacts of structural transformation

    12 December 2019

  6. ILO/Sida Partnership on Employment Technical brief No. 1

    Structural transformation for inclusive growth and productive employment

    11 December 2019