Co-funded by the European Union, the Youth Inclusion project is implemented by the Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to analyse policies for youth in nine developing and emerging economies. The project takes a multisectoral approach to support countries in better responding to the aspirations of young people and strengthening youth involvement in national development processes. It sheds light on what determines youth vulnerabilities and successful transitions and enhances national capacities to design evidence-based policies that promote youth inclusion and youth well-being.
DELIVERING ON NATIONAL YOUTH STRATEGIES: A HIGH LEVEL POLICY DIALOGUE ON YOUTH WELL-BEING
4 APRIL 2018
OECD CONFERENCE CENTRE, PARIS
A high-level policy dialogue on youth well being will take place at OECD Headquarters in Paris on 4 April 2018.
The meeting will bring together high-level policy makers from the project’s partner countries, representatives from OECD countries, international organisations and experts on youth, youth organisations, donors and the private sector to exchange good practices and lessons learnt in implementing youth policies and programmes and to identify innovative approaches.
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YOUTH PHOTO CONTEST: TAKE A SHOT AT YOUR FUTURE
RESULTS ARE OUT!
The EU-OECD Youth Inclusion project is pleased to announce the winners of the Youth Photo Contest: Take a Shot at your Future. The contest aimed to invite young people to share photos representing the future of work and/or their own aspirations.
Over the course of the competition, more 130 entries from 47 countries were received. After an exciting round of public voting on social media, 2 final winners were selected. They will be invited to the Youth Inclusion project's final conference and the Global Development Forum on 4-5 April 2018. They will also act as our social media correspondents and facilitate a dialogue on the issues that matter to youth around the world.