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Here you can find UNESCO publications developed as part of the YEM Project.

 


Rising to the youth employment challenge: New evidence on key policy issues

Young women and men today face an ever more difficult task in finding their place in the world of work. In low- and middle-income countries, informal employment has come to dominate young people’s labour market experiences, while in high-income cou ...

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Employment implications of trade and changes in skills demand: Evidence from selected countries

Employment Working Paper No. 237
This paper provides a synthesis report of the country papers and aims to provide analysis on the implications of international trade on employment and skills demand in selected countries, including Cambodia, Ghana, Jordan, Malawi, Morocco, Myanmar, t ...

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Labour market impact of National Qualification frameworks in six countries

In 2010, the ILO together with European Training Foundation (ETF) presented research on ‘The implementation and impact of National Qualifications Framework: Report of a study in 16 countries’ documenting countries that were early adopters of NQFs ...

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Trade union involvement in skills development: an international review

This report seeks to improve our understanding of the involvement of trade unions in the domain of TVET and skills development at the national, sectoral and enterprise levels. It does this through case studies of ten countries at different stages of ...

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CONFINTEA VI Mid-term Review 2017: The status of adult learning and education in the Arab States

Regional Report
The Sixth International Conference on Adult education(CONFINTEA VI), held in Brazil in December 2009, closed with the adoption of the Belém Framework for Action, which recorded the commitments of Member States and presented a strategic gui ...

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Labour market impact of National Qualification Frameworks in six countries

In 2010, the ILO together with European Training Foundation (ETF) presented research on ‘The implementation and impact of National Qualifications Framework: Report of a study in 16 countries’ documenting countries that were early adopters of NQFs ...

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Education 2030: Incheon Declaration and Framework for Action

Plan for the implementation of Sustainable Development Goal 4: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

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Synthesis review of ILO experience in youth and women’s employment in the MENA region: Summary version

To further strengthen ILO capacity as a centre of excellence in youth and women employment in MENA, the ILO has undertaken a synthesis review of recent ILO regional experience. The synthesis review identifies practices and strategies from completed i ...

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UNESCO-UNEVOC in Action

Biennial Report 2012-2013
This biennial report provides a comprehensive overview of UNESCO-UNEVOC’s activities in technical and vocational education and training in 2012-2013. As in previous years, UNESCO-UNEVOC undertook a range of activities promoting TVET development ...

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Entrepreneurship Education in the Arab States. A joint project between UNESCO and StratREAL Foundation, UK

Component II: Regional Synthesis Report
Entrepreneurship Education (EPE) in the Arab States is a joint project between UNESCO and StratREAL Foundation, UK, which included two main components: Component I: The collection, systematization and dissemination of innovative and successful expe ...

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UNESCO-UNEVOC Regional Forum Arab States: Advancing TVET for Youth Employability and Sustainable Development

Promising Practices in TVET and Entrepreneurship Education in the Arab States. 19–21 November 2013, Beirut, Lebanon
UNESCO-UNEVOC and UNESCO Regional Bureau, Beirut, in cooperation with the Ministry of Education and Higher Education, Lebanon (General Directorate for Vocational and Technical Education, GDVTE, and Center for Educational Research and Development, CER ...

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Entrepreneurship Education in the Arab States: Regional Synthesis Report on Component II

A joint project between UNESCO and StratREAL Foundation, UK
The regional synthesis report on Component II of the initiative highlights the results and outcomes of the project in the four participating countries, namely Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco and Oman. The regional experiences reflect a growing importance to ...

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Entrepreneurship Education in the Arab States: A Joint Project of UNESCO and the StratREAL Foundation, United Kingdom

Case Studies on the Arab States (Jordan, Tunisia, Oman, Egypt) and Regional Synthesis Report
Four case studies on Jordan, Tunisia, Oman, and Egypt were conducted by a research team in the Arab region as part of Component I of the project "Entrepreneurship Education (EPE) in the Arab States" (2009-2012). The methodology used to conduct the ca ...

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