05 October 2011
Provides an overview of the latest developments in the APYouthNet community and the world of youth employment in Asia-Pacific. This edition includes: G20 Labour and Employment Ministers' meeting, 42nd Pacific Islands Forum Leaders' Meeting, Postcard from Afghanistan and APYN Podcast#1.
31 August 2011
Provides an overview over the latest developments in the community and the world of youth employment. This edition includes: International Youth Day, KAJAM Kabataan (Youth) Jobs and Alternatives to Migration in the Philippines, Postcard from Indonesia.
30 June 2011
Provides the latest updates on what is happening in the community and in the world of youth employment. This edition includes: Postcard from the Philippines, Pacific Connection and latest resources.
31 March 2010
This newsletter attempts to capture the various initiatives and interventions of the Pacific Youth Employment Project to address the diverse and complex issues associated with youth employment.
01 October 2009
The MDG-F supports initiatives in the thematic areas including: youth employment and migration, democratic governance, gender equality and women's empowerment.
01 July 2009
Funded by the Government of Spain through MDG Achievement Fund, the International Labour Organization (ILO) together with other UN agencies IOM, UNICEF and UNFPA, supports the nation’s vision of a productive and competitive youth by exploring alternatives to migration.
31 December 2007
This handbook is designed for use by guidance counselors and practitioners, Public Service Office (PESO) managers and staff, parents, peers, and all those from whom young jobseekers get career advice.
31 August 2007
By Aurelio Parisotta, INTEGRATION, ILO Geneva; Margaret Reade Rounds, ILO Suva & Urmila Sarkar, ILO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific. There are many obstacles facing young people like Genevieve who want to get an education and a job in the Pacific subregion. Across the Pacific subregion constituents have made decent work opportunities for young women and men a priority in their Decent Work Country Programmes and there are clear opportunities for the ILO to spearhead the UN’s role in promoting training and employment, particularly for young people.
Promotion of Decent Work for Young Women and Men Through Enhancement of Employment Possibilities in Sri Lanka
01 January 2007
The project works to alleviate poverty, unemployment and underemployment among rural young people in Sri Lanka by helping them find work, vocational and entrepreneurship training. It also focuses on improving employment and recruitment services and is developing an English teaching curriculum for schools on plantations.