Employment global products and tools: Youth employment

Instructional material | 16 April 2020
  • Breaking gender barriers in the world of work
    The 15 women featured in this book illustrate the boundaries that have broken down and the massive difference that a basic skills-training programme can make.
  • Caribbean vocational qualification transition to employment in CARICOM member states (forthcoming)
    The study was aimed at determining the effectiveness of regional certification in transition to decent employment after more than decades, in addition to understanding the problems associated with the issuance of the certification (NVQ/CVQ).
  • Decent work and sustainable development goals in Viet Nam
    This publication analyses country’s labour market trends through the lenses of international SDG and labour market indicators.
  • Employment and labour market policies database
    This new database provides a unique platform to access employment, youth employment and labour market policies, to ILO staff and constituents, and to the general public.
  • Employment diagnostics (forthcoming)
    The comprehensive employment policy agenda spells out a series of policy areas. Furthermore, the need to focus on structural transformation, SDG’s and FoW issues have led to a very broad set of areas to address in a country diagnostic. Based on the EDA, the point is to update de diagnostic as a two-stage process. One in which the focus is to identify and prioritize key areas (core diagnostic or rapid assesment), and then a deep dive into specific sections. This allows to balance breadth va depth, specificity vs timeliness.
  • Global Employment Trends for Youth 2020: Technology and the future of jobs
    The Global Employment Trends for Youth series is a biennual report setting out the youth labour market situation around the world by incorporating the most recent employment trends for young women and men.
  • Global Skills for Employment Knowledge Sharing Platform
    The Global Skills for Employment Global Public-Private Knowledge Sharing Platform (Global KSP) shares the approaches and experiences that international organizations, governments, employers and workers have found are effective in strengthening the links between education and training to productive and decent work.
  • Global survey on youth and COVID 19
    To bring youth voices to the forefront of action and policy responses, the ILO and partners of the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth (DJY) are conducting a survey on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth and the world of work.
  • Guide on measuring decent jobs for youth: Monitoring, evaluation and learning in labour market programmes
    The guide offers a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the topics of results measurement and impact assessment, their practical application in the youth employment field and how evidence created via results measurement strategies can lead to improved programming.
  • Guide on pro-employment macroeconomic and sectoral policies for African countries (forthcoming)
    This policy guide is concerned with addressing these questions with a particular focus on the role of a comprehensive macroeconomic and sectoral policy framework in promoting employment growth, a question that receives too little attention in current policy debates and practice.
  • Guidebook: Implementation of public-private partnership in TVET
    This guidebook attempts to cover the critical aspects of PPP in the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) system in Bangladesh.
  • Illustrated gender guidelines for gender responsive EIIP
    The IGG for Gender responsive EIIP is the outcome of a study carried out on gender and public works, and has been developed using evidence from more than 43 projects implemented in 27 countries.
  • ILO Toolkit for Quality Apprenticeships - Vol. 1: Guide for Policy Makers
    The ILO toolkit for quality apprenticeships is a resource to improve the design and implementation of apprenticeship systems and programmes.
  • Job search club
    JSC methodology aims to change the behaviour of the young people towards work and provide them with the required skills for job searching using innovative and non-conventional methods.
  • PES and the future of work training manual
    Training manual to support PES responses to a changing world of work, providing practical guidance on how to addresses the main policy recommendations discussed in the Global Commission Future of World Report and the ILO Centenary Declaration.
  • Recognition of prior learning: Key success factors and the building blocks of an effective system
    This paper has been produced, taking into account experiences of many countries around the world, with the aim of building the capacity of policy makers and social partners to establish an effective, successful RPL system.
  • Rising to the youth employment challenge
    This book brings together contributions from the ILO’s Youth Employment Programme detailing policies that enable young people to find decent work.
  • Taqeem: Measuring jobs in youth employment groupsite
    This site is dedicated to professionals and practitioners working on labour market policy who are interested in how to better measure, monitor and evaluate employment interventions.
  • The ILO youth employment toolbox
    It is a repository (e-store) of work instruments for advocacy, advice and training. A hands-on, flexible and adaptable set of materials including leaflets, checklists, diagrams, trainer’s notes, presentations, videos, photos, etc.
  • Tracer study to examine employment outcomes of B-SEP supported TVET graduates, micro-entrepreneurs and apprentices, under Bangladesh skills for employment and productivity (B-SEP) project
    This is a tool to conduct tracer study survey on trained graduates.