Title: Promotion of youth employment in fragile settings
Date: 5- 9 October 2020
This course will provide participants with a range of integrated approaches, tools, methodologies and case studies used in real-life situations to promote youth employment and decent work in situations of crisis, including armed conflict, natural disasters, rapid environmental degradation and forced displacement of persons. The course includes a distance-learning component and study visits in Turin.
Government officials, ILO social partners and development practitioners working in complex contexts (including natural disasters, armed conflicts, rapid environmental degradation and forced displacement of persons) with an interest in integrating youth, refugees and host communities into the labour market and promoting peace and resilience.
What topic does this course cover?
- Employment and Decent Work in Fragile Settings: A Compass to Orient the World of Work.
- Recommendation 205 on Employment and Decent Work for Peace and Resilience; ILO’s theory of change to promote peace and resilience through employment and ILO Flagship Programme on Jobs for Peace and Resilience
- Territorial and sectorial analysis: mapping organizations, assessing opportunities and challenges and identifying sustainable solutions to integrate youth and refugees in the labour market and improving their resilience
- Promotion of skills and entrepreneurship development: in fragile and conflict-affected situations
- Labour market integration of refugees: practical approaches and review of international best practices
- Effective social dialogue, institutional capacity development and South-South collaboration in fragile settings