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Financial Inclusion for Youth: Reaching the Next Generation" (Presentation and Screencast)

The SEEP Network, BRAC USA, Making Cents International

The presentation “Financial Inclusion for Youth: Reaching the Next Generation” which took place at the QED group has been uploaded as a webcast. Viewers can hear and see presenters from BRAC, SEEP Network, and Making Cents International discussing program results, scaling up, and creating stronger linkages to youth.

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Accelerating Financial Capability among Youth: Nudging New Thinking

New America Foundation

This paper argues that common definitions of financial capability understate the role of psychological barriers to establishing sound financial behaviors, namely savings habits. Drawing on insights from psychology and behavioral economics, we explore these missing psychological variables in the standard financial capability equation and suggest mechanisms, or nudges, to overcome those barriers to accelerate financial capability among low-income youth.

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Young Africans’ Access to Financial Information and Services: Lessons from Surveys in Kenya and Ghana

InterMedia

This brief presents findings that came out of the 2009 AudienceScapes surveys on youth access to financial
information and services in Ghana and Kenya. It aims to provide guidance to the many development organizations
active in financial services and mobile money projects.

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Overview of Child Development Accounts in Developing Countries

School of Advanced International Studies Johns Hopkins University, Center for Social Development, New America Foundation

This paper offers a review of Child Development Accounts in developing countries, including the types of institutions offering CDAs, and design features and delivery mechanisms common among such accounts. The paper concludes with implications of this analysis for policymakers and researchers.

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Asset building in Puerto Rico: A study of Children’s Development Accounts in Caguas

Center for the New Economy, Center for Social Development

In this paper, the author examines the establishment and operations of a CDA program in Caguas, Puerto Rico, testing whether asset-building policies can provide a new approach to social welfare in Latin American countries and Hispanic communities in the United States.

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“Manufacturing” Talent for the Human Age

Manpower Group

The goal of this paper is to help employers who reduced their workforce size during the recession and are now affected by the current global talent shortage. It presents the results of Manpower Group’s 2011 Annual Talent Shortage Survey of nearly 40,000 employers across 39 countries and territories and looking at a long-term workforce strategy that distinguishes “just in time hiring” and “on-demand” talent.

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Investing in Young People: Jobless generation hungry for change

Financial Times

This article is part of the Financial Times special report “Investing in Young People 2012.” It highlights the growing joblessness rates in youth around the world.

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Institutionalizing Youth Financial Services to Achieve Scale

SEEP Network, FINCA Uganda, Hatton National Bank

In this technical note, FINCA Uganda and Hatton National Bank Sri Lanka (HNB) explore key components and issues around the institutionalization of youth financial services, based on their individual experiences. Topics that are explored include key considerations, steps, and challenges of institutionalization. While some universal aspects of institutionalization are covered, this document primarily examines differences in institutionalizing youth financial products as opposed to financial products targeted to non-youth.

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INCREASING THE EMPLOYABILITY OF DISADVANTAGED YOUTH: RESPONDING TO THE IMPACT OF THE FINANCIAL AND ECONOMIC CRISIS

International Labour Organization (ILO)

This draft technical note looks at ways to enhance the employment potential of disadvantaged young people so that they can more readily enter (or re-enter) the labor market as countries rebound from the global economic crisis.

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Highest Youth Unemployment Ever: An Interview with ILO Economist Sara Elder

International Labour Organization (ILO)

In 2009 global youth unemployment reached its highest level on record, and is expected to increase through 2010, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said in a new report issued to coincide with the launch of the UN International Youth Year on 12 August. ILO TV interviews the report's author, ILO economist Sara Elder.

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