Inclusive societies and development

Youth Inclusion Project

 

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Young people in developing countries want good jobs too. But reality often disappoints: while 80% of students aim for a highly-skilled profession, only 20% of graduates actually obtain one. Can youth entrepreneurship programmes make a difference? Which sectors are the most promising? What should be the  role of the Ministries of Youth, and for donors? And what about youth well-being beyond employment?

Co-funded by the European Union, the Youth Inclusion project was implemented by the Development Centre of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to analyse policies for youth in 9 developing and emerging economies. The project took a multisectoral approach to help countries better respond to the aspirations of young people, and strengthen their involvement in national development processes. It shed light on what determines youth vulnerabilities, as well as successful transitions towards evidence-based policies that promote youth inclusion and youth well-being. The project focused on four areas of youth well-being: employment, education, health, and civic participation.

The project produced 3 global reports, 9 country studies and 1 methodological toolkit to guide policies for youth well-being, all available on this page.


Summary of findings Toolkit
This document provides an overview of key challenges faced by youth in the nine countries reviewed by the project. It assesses the performance of policies aimed at improving their well-being and draws lessons for future actions by governments and their development partners. The toolkit proposes a step-by-step approach to carrying out a youth well-being diagnosis. It provides practical examples of youth policies and programmes in the areas of employment, education and skills, health and civic participation.

 
 

Global research reports

Unlocking the Potential of Youth Entrepreneurship in Developing Countries: From subsistance to performance

Youth Aspirations and the Reality of Jobs in Developing Countries: Mind the Gap

The future of rural youth in developing countries: Tapping the potential of local value chains

   

 

 

Country studies

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Côte d'Ivoire - April 2017

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Côte d'Ivoire (in French)

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Peru - August 2017

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Peru (in Spanish)

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Togo - October 2017

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Togo (in French) 

Youth Well-bieng Policy Review of El Salvador - November 2017

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of El Salvador (in Spanish)

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Viet Nam - November 2017

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Viet Nam

 

 

 

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Cambodia - December 2017 

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Cambodia

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Malawi - January 2018

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Malawi

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Jordan - February 2018

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Jordan

Youth Well-being Policy Review of Moldova - April 2018

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60 seconds: A quick guide to the Youth Well-being Policy Review of Moldova

   

 


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