Publications on youth employment
Employment Policy Department Newsletter, Mar/Apr 2023
29 March 2023
What has been driving work-to-work transitions in the emerging world? – A comparative study of Indonesia and South Africa
23 March 2023
This paper examines the shape, prominence and drivers of work-to-work transitions in South Africa and Indonesia – two middle-income countries with similar development levels yet different labour market characteristics.
Guidelines for employment diagnostics in times of continuous change
08 March 2023
This guidance note outlines ILO’s approach to employment diagnostics in order to analyse labour market dynamics in continuous change.
SKILLS RECOGNITION MECHANISMS FOR SELECTED OCCUPATIONAL PROFILES OF MIGRANT WORKERS IN ETHIOPIA, KENYA AND SOUTH AFRICA
16 February 2023
The ILO Country Office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA, through its “Better Regional Migration Management” project financed by the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) carried out a feasibility study on skills recognition mechanisms for selected occupational profiles, namely, domestic work and welding. The analysis of the study focused on different economic contexts and labour migration governance mechanisms, namely the intra-regional migration corridor: Ethiopia-South Africa, and the free mobility within a regional economic community (IGAD), with emphasis on the Ethiopia-Kenya migration corridor.
COMPREHENSIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE STATE OF LABOUR MARKET AND MIGRATION INFORMATION SYSTEM IN ETHIOPIA
16 February 2023
Labour Market and Migration Information System (LMMIS) provides policy makers with up-to-date and forward-looking information for the formulation and monitoring of policies and actions that have an impact on the workforce and the labour market. It also acts as a system of alerts about possible gaps between labour supply and demand, thus it informs training institutions of unmet training needs. Considering this, the ILO Country Office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA, through its “Better Regional Migration Management” project financed by the United Kingdom’s Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) carried out a comprehensive assessment on the state of Labour Market and Migration Information System in Ethiopia. The assessment provided an overview of existing and available labour market and migration related data collection and analysis frameworks, systems and structures in Ethiopia, identified the strengths and weaknesses of existing labour market and migration related data collection and processing systems, and the specific data requirements to develop labour migration policies that are evidence-based and gender sensitive and that reflect real labour market needs.
APPROACH TO INCLUSIVE MARKET SYSTEMS ASSESSMENT IN ETHIOPIA
16 February 2023
To inform more viable interventions, to reintegrate returnees into the labour market and create employment opportunities for the larger society, the ILO Country Office for Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan and South Sudan, and for the Special Representative to the AU and the ECA through the “Better Regional Migration Management” (BRMM) programme, funded by the UK Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), developed a market system assessment in Oromia and Southern Nations Nationalities and Peoples (SNNP) region and Addis Ababa City Administration. This assessment reviewed the existing opportunities for either self-employment or wage employment through reviewing the demand in the market, and available wage employment opportunities in the localities. It further considered the availability of the necessary skills and competencies to access these existing opportunities.
Stratégie Nationale pour l'Emploi en Tunisie: Rapport de Diagnostic
10 February 2023
Ce présent rapport est une synthèse qui reprend les principales analyses et conclusions de plusieurs études thématiques préparatoires élaborés dans le cadre du processus de formulation de la Stratégie Nationale pour l’Emploi (SNE)
Creating jobs in low- and middle-income countries through demand-side policies
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.
MAPPING REPORT: Labour Migration in East Africa
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.
Employment Policy Department Newsletter, Jan/Feb 2023
27 January 2023