Youth employment resources

  1. Indonesia: The innovation of entrepreneur curriculum

    30 June 2014

    This video captures the improvements in entrepreneurship teaching process by entrepreneurship teachers who received and implemented the Know About Business (KAB) Start Up and Go Module. The video demonstrates the transformation of a traditional learning process (one-way teaching process) to an interactive and active process using a video screening, guest speaker and interactive teaching tool. The programme was part of the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida.

  2. Indonesia: Post-entrepreneurship training counselling

    30 June 2014

    Today's young Indonesians are better educated, but even with skills and education they have trouble finding work. Thus, the video shows young entrepreneurs who have successfully build a business after graduating from the six-day intensive entrepreneur training using the Start and Improve Your Business (SIYB) module and receiving direct coaching for three months. There are other 59 young entrepreneurs in three cities (Yogyakarta, Solo and Semarang) participated in the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida.

  3. Indonesia: To start a new day with business

    30 June 2014

    The video highlights coaching process and improvement of business targeted to the vulnerable youth groups. The video documents the business coach activities conducted by Rumah Peka, a non-profit organization, which provided business coaching and trainings for former drug users so that they could start and manage a business and live a better life. The programme was part of the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida.

  4. Indonesia: An inspiring story about green business

    30 June 2014

    The video documents success stories and learning processes of young entrepreneurs who received the Start and Improve Your Green Business (SYGB) training and coaching as well as start-up capital by the Central Bank of Indonesia. In the video, the young entrepreneurs demonstrate how they turn waste into a business. The programme was part of the ILO's Development of an Effective Entrepreneurship Programme, funded by Sida. Text in English ; Audio in Bahasa Indonesia Audio in Bahasa Indonesia; subtitle in English.

  5. ILO and Andhra Pradesh State Government’s Partnership on Small Enterprise Development

    23 June 2014

    Elimination of rural poverty through self-employment generation

  6. Samoan Art Schools benefit from Youth Employment Programm (YEP) grants

    03 June 2014

    Three art schools have benefited from the UN Youth Employment Programme in Samoa.

  7. ILO Director-General Report Stimulates Debate on Fair Labour Migration

    28 May 2014

    Migration is a key aspect of the world of work in the Pacific. Of all world regions, the Pacific has the highest per capita level of international mobility amongst its resident populations, especially those in Polynesia and Micronesia.

  8. APYouthNet Talk Show #32 - David Hoey, Skills for work, skills for life

    26 May 2014

    David Hoey, CEO of WorldSkills International, says promoting vocational pathways and skills excellence are fundamental blocks for society building. In an interview with the APYouthNet, he explains why vocational training offers excellent career option for young people.

  9. APYouthNet Talk Show #31 - Brendan Toomey, The big goals of travel and tourism by 2022

    19 May 2014

    At 19, with neither a degree nor a diploma, Brendan Toomey decided he wanted to work in hospitality management. Today he is the Vice President, Human Resources, Asia Pacific, Hilton Worldwide, part of an industry that plans on creating 73 Million new jobs by 2022. Listen to his views and hear from Hilton's initiative to impact at least one million young people in the next five years.

  10. Inspiring students through the ILO’s new KAB Start Up and Go Modules

    15 April 2014

    The ILO in collaboration with the Ministry of National Education and the Provincial Education Office of East Java conducted an entrepreneurship pilot project at vocational schools and high schools for six months (June-December) in 2013. The project covered five districts: Lamongan, Blitar, Kediri, Bangkalan dan Banyuwangi.