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Why Bosnia Has The World's Highest Youth Unemployment Rate

GlobalPost

This story is part of a special report on the global youth unemployment crisis, “Generation TBD.” It's the result of a GroundTruth reporting fellowship featuring 21 correspondents in 11 countries, a year-long effort that brings together media, technology, education and humanitarian partners for an authoritative exploration of the problem and possible solution

ITV Placement Success for Ambitious Student Zubair

Salford City College

A second year student from Salford City College’s Future Skills has started building a career, at one of the most well-known brands in the country. Eighteen-year-old Zubair  Rana from Cheetham Hill has secured a part-time job at ITV’s Media City UK office, after completing a six-week summer placement there as part of his college course.

Matchmaking In The Digital Age

Dalberg-Digital Sharing's Next Frontier

Thoughtfully designed digital sharing connects youth in emerging markets with employers that need immediate short-term work. Employers find freelancers through an online platform that aligns availability, pay, and skills with the task needed. The platform matches and verifies the identity of both parties, and facilitates the digital transfer of payments, IP, and confidentiality agreements as necessary. The freelancer provides high-quality work, and the employer pays, provides feedback, and rates their experience.

Rethinking Work for Human Development

UNDP

On 14th December, the 2015 Human Development Report titled ‘Work for Human Development’ was presented in Addis Ababa.  The document, reported on by the experts Mikel Mancisidor and Alfonso Dubois, underlines the new challenges affecting labour and employment.

3 Ways We Can Tackle Youth Employment

The Huffington Post

Every two years, the International Labour Organization produces a report on labour-market trends for young people. It's called the Global Employment Trends for Youth (GET Youth) and the most recent edition makes for sobering reading.

Trauma Informed Community Building

Bridge Housing, Health Equity Institute
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Report

National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador Program

Youth Service America

Applications open: April 15, 2015 - June 10, 2015

Do you have a passion for community service? Have you worked hard to solve a local problem, and now want to do more? Apply for the National Child Awareness Month (NCAM) Youth Ambassador Program, a year-long program that helps young leaders (ages 16-22) create change around critical issues facing youth today.

Collaborating with the Private Sector in the Hospitality, Travel and Tourism Sectors

Akilah Institute for Women

Private sector collaboration has provided to have many benefits as it can increase speed and cost efficiency of projects, alleviate capacity constraints, and add value to a project by providing diverse knowledge and expertise. In the drive to increase opportunities for formal employment for unemployed youth, NGOs have begun to collaborate with the private sector to create practical strategies in improving youth employment outcomes in projects.

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Presentation

A Ganar Impact Evaluation

USAID, Partners of the America, Social Impact

At the 2014 Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit under the Monitoring and Evaluation session "There's no I in IEs," Karen Towers, USAID Education Team Leader, presents findings from the mid-project impact evaluation of the A Ganar Program. The session highlighted the challenges that occur when implementing Randomized Control Trial impact evaluations.

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Presentation

BLOG: Where’s the Economic Opportunity for the World’s Youth: Findings from the Global Youth Wellbeing Index

Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)

Economic opportunity is a critical driver of individual and family security, and national growth, development and social progress. Harnessing the capacity of youth in particular, as producers and consumers, can be a boon to both national and the global economy alike. Yet around the world, youth in developed and emerging economies continue to face significant barriers to fulfill their economic promise and prospects.

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