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Figure: A human centred approach as outlined in the Centenary Declaration (in light green) combined with the 5 pillars of the 2012 Youth Employment Call to Action (in blue).

Implemented through The ILO’s Interdepartmental Action Group on Youth Employment (IDAG)
A One ILO approach: including specialist from all technical department and field offices
Accountability with ILO constituents through regular reports to the ILO’s Governing Body
Strengthening policy areas, among others:

  • social dialogue with and for youth
  • digitalisation and youth employment
  • occupational safety and health for youth
  • labour market policies for youth
  • mainstreaming youth employment in national employment policies
  • national action plans for youth employment
  • employment rights for youth

List of forthcoming publications

  • Global Employment Trends for Youth 2022
  • Study on social dialogue with and for youth
  • Literature review: Digitalisation and the labour market

Tools/database

List of events

EMPLOYMENT Seminar on youth employment and COVID 21 October 2021

The WISIS (World Summit on the Information Society):

Key resources

Source of original article: International Labour Organization (www.ilo.org).
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