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Youth Employment and Migration: A Review of Practices from Joint Programmes of the United Nations

ILO

In 2007, the United Nations (UN) established the Millennium Development Goals Achievement Fund (MDG-F) to help attain the goals set by the Millennium Declaration. The Achievement Fund is a wide-ranging development cooperation mechanism with an overall budget of more than US$800 million. It was funded by a contribution from the Government of Spain to the UN system to implement programmes aimed at eradicating poverty and inequality.

Resource Type: 
Report

Collaborating to Solve Youth Employment

ORGANIZER: 
Ashoka, MasterCard Foundation
DATE: 
Sep 17, 2014 (10:00am to 11:00am)

Sub-Saharan Africa faces a paradox that has global relevance and implications: it will be home to the largest youth population in the world by 2050 and although literacy rates (by 6%) and education enrollment rates (by 9%) have been on the rise, youth unemployment continues to hover above 60% across the region. How will African youth create or secure sustainable and meaningful livelihoods? And more specifically, who is responsible for youth employment in Africa?

Youth Financial Inclusion & Economic Opportunities - Lessons Learned and Actionable Guidance

Making Cents International

This technical brief provides guidance to Youth Financial Inclusion (YFI) implementers deciding whether to offer appropriate financial products and services to youth, how to use technology to deliver them to youth, and methods to extend financial inclusion to youth in hard-to-reach rural areas. The brief provides practical tips and examples of innovative programs that promote youth financial capability (YFC) and access to youth-friendly financial capability.

Resource Type: 
Report

Advancing the FIELD - Reflections & Emerging Trends from the Field-Support LWA

ORGANIZER: 
USAID, FHI 360
DATE: 
Sep 11, 2014 (All day) to Sep 12, 2014 (All day)

The FIELD-Support LWA has been one of USAID’s primary mechanisms for facilitating broad-based learning through programs to reduce poverty and promote sustained, equitable growth.

Global Money Week

ORGANIZER: 
Child & Youth Finance International
DATE: 
Mar 9, 2015 (All day) to Mar 16, 2015 (All day)

Global Money Week is a worldwide celebration to empower the next generation to be confident, responsible and skilled economic citizens. Every year, during the second week of March, young people around the globe talk, play, create, sing, read, discuss and learn about saving, money, changing economic systems and building a financial future for youth. It is about joining together – children, youth, parents, organizations and entire communities - to start action to reshape finance, and give young people the tools to shape their own future.

ANNOUNCEMENT: Youth Employment Project in Bangladesh Wins ILO Good Practice Contest

International Labour Organization

A Bangladeshi youth employment project “From Margin to Mainstream” won one of the first prizes in a good practice contest organized by the ILO and featured on MTV. The project helps young people with disabilities step into the labour market and become agents of change.

How to inspire a generation of farming entrepreneurs: A new report outlines how Africa's youth can find employment in agriculture without getting their hands dirty

The Guardian

When we talk about African development, there is a belief that its booming population can only equal crisis. By 2040, Africa's workforce could be one billion strong, so finding jobs for this young population should be at the forefront of government agenda. This challenge is coupled with Africa's increasing demand for varied and nutritious foods.

Resource Type: 
Article

Strengthening Recovery in Central and Eastern Europe

The World Bank

This Regular Economic Report (RER) is a semiannual publication of the Europe and Central Asia Region, Poverty Reduction and Economic Management Department (ECA PREM), The World Bank. It covers economic developments, prospects, and policies in 11 European Union (EU) member states that joined after 2004 (excluding Cyprus and Malta) — Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania (North); the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and the Slovak Republic, (Continental); and Bulgaria, Croatia, Romania and Slovenia (South). Throughout the RER, for simplicity, we refer to this group of eleven countries as the EU11.

Resource Type: 
Report

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