06 February 2023
This brief focuses on demand-side policies for promoting employment in LMCs. The aim is to lay the conceptual foundations for a policy debate on employment promotion in LMCs.
30 January 2023
This synthesis report provides a snapshot of (labour) migration governance in East Africa and, in particular, highlights how employers’ organizations seek to shape labour migration policy at the regional and national level.
27 January 2023
Trends, characteristics and COVID-19 impact on youth not in employment, education or training (NEET) in Thailand
27 December 2022
This report focuses on the NEET population between the ages of 15 to 24 in Thailand. The report examines the NEET characteristics, identifies the socio-economic and demographic indicators associated with NEET and analyses the impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the NEET status.
25 November 2022
Youth not in employment, education or training in Asia and the Pacific: Trends and policy considerations
07 November 2022
This report, Youth not in employment, education or training in Asia and the Pacific: Trends and policy considerations, examines the pre-COVID-19 trends on youth NEET from 2010 to 2019 and the impact of the crisis. It concludes that far too many young people are not succeeding in their labour market transitions, young women particularly. As a region whose economic success hinges on maximizing employment outcomes, with production and services still largely labour intensive, promoting a smooth labour market transition for young people is critical.
Call for Proposal for Implementing Partners of Non-profit Organisations - Rollout of Job Search Clubs Programme in Greater Cairo, Alexandria, and Damietta
03 November 2022
EYE Rawabet Intervention results in the White goods (Home Appliances) sector: SCORE Program Results 2022
17 October 2022
The project developed a series of studies and technical meetings with the relevant stakeholders, during which three value chains with the potential to promote more and better decent jobs for youth in rural areas were identified, ready-made garments, furniture, and white goods and small appliances sector. The “white goods” sector emerged as a more plausible choice to pursue taking into consideration Egypt’s economic situation during the period of 2020-2021, according to the “Market System Analysis” previously conducted by the project.
20 September 2022
Terms of Reference for an implementing partner: Consultancy for delivering a Training of Trainer (ToT) in ILO Cooperative Development Tools (Think.COOP, Start.COOP, My.COOP) in Uganda
12 September 2022