Publications on youth employment

  1. Youth employment policies: Patterns and trends in two unique data sets

    19 February 2024

    Youth employment challenges are always a critical concern for policymakers. There is recurring and mounting evidence that labour market challenges, such as unemployment, informality, lack of social protection and inactivity, disproportionately affect youths.

  2. Work Wise Youth: A guide to youth rights at work

    14 February 2024

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    EMPLOYMENT Department Newsletter, January/February 2024

    25 January 2024

  4. Digital labour platforms and national employment policies in China: Studying the case of food delivery platforms

    04 December 2023

    This paper takes the food-delivery platforms as a case study to examine the impact of digital labour platforms on employment and labour market in China. It reviews the recent employment policies in the digital economy including policies of labour relations, social security, wages, etc., and suggests the new approaches and elements for the comprehensive national employment policies framework in the era of digitalization in China.

  5. Advancing young people’s engagement and meaningful participation

    28 November 2023

    This brochure provides an update on the project results till November 2023.

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    Employment Policy Department Newsletter, Nov/Dec 2023

    24 November 2023

  7. Digital Employment Diagnostic Guidelines

    07 November 2023

    These guidelines serve as a comprehensive framework to assess, analyze, and understand the multifaceted dimensions of digital employment.

  8. Guide for the review of employment-related public expenditures and application to six pilot countries

    12 October 2023

    This report presents the first assessment of employment-related public expenditures (ERPEs) in six pilot countries, as an input to support the gradual transition towards pro-employment budgets. The goal is to understand the consistency of public expenditures with national employment policies and issues related to their incidence, effectiveness, and allocative efficiency.

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    Employment Policy Department Newsletter, Sept/Oct 2023

    24 September 2023

  10. Luxembourg-ILO cooperation

    15 September 2023

    Luxembourg has been an ILO Member State since 1920 and is a long-standing partner in promoting the Decent Work Agenda. Luxembourg has ratified 104 of ILO Conventions, including all of the ten Fundamental, all four of the Governance and 90 of the 177 Technical Conventions.