The prolonged economic crisis has aggravated the youth labour market situation. Youth unemployment has continued to rise globally and is experiencing an upward trend in most regions, while developing countries also face major challenges regarding the quality of available work for young people.
Transitions to decent work are slow and difficult for young workers. In this context, the ILO has been calling for a multi-pronged approach to foster the growth of employment and the creation of decent jobs through a coherent set of economic, social and labour market policy measures which are gender-sensitive and respect the rights of young workers. The Centre’s training activities aim to enhance the capacity to analyse youth labour markets and conceive and evaluate youth employment policies and programmes.
This course provides a platform for the sharing of knowledge and experience of policy approaches and instruments for tackling the challenges of youth Not in Employment, Education or Training. Read More
The course provides 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. Read More
This course aims at supporting the design and implementation of policies that would enhance employment creation in terms of quantity and quality, by building the capacity of all relevant stakeholders to identify, measure and assess the employment effects of policies, being those economic, sectoral, trade or labour market policies. Read More
Promotion of youth employment in fragile settings
ITCILO, the VV Giri National Labour Institute, ILO Kabul and ILO New Delhi renew their joint efforts to build the capacities of ILO constituents in Afghanistan and India Read More
Winter training for talented young people!
This winter, the Centre welcomes a new generation of leaders and entrepreneurs to the first edition of our “Winter Academy” in Turin, Italy. The Academy will take place on campus from 21 January to 1 February 2019, attended by 100 participants and 13 tutors from six top Chinese universities: Zhejiang University, Nanjing University, Nankai University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Northwestern Polytechnical University and Xi’an Jiaotong University. Read More
Second training event for coaches in Ethiopia
The second training event for coaches in Ethiopia is taking place in Addis Ababa from 5 to 9 November. The programme is implemented by the Centre with the financial support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Italy and in cooperation with the EU-funded ILO project “Support to the Reintegration of Returnees in Ethiopia”. Read More