The Case for Urgent Action on Youth Employment
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Draft Trinidad & Tobago National Action Plan out for Peer Review
Having followed the Coalition process nationally, in a process convened by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago through its Ministry of Sport and Youth Affairs, the Board of the T & T National Coalition has now...read more
Action Research to find out “What Works” in Youth Job Creation?
WHAT WORKS? by David Woollcombe, Acting Coordinator, Coalition for Youth Employment “By 2030, achieve full and productive employment and decent work for all women and men, including for young people and persons with disabilities….” Sustainable Development...read more
CDI Education and Bridge for Change
In Tanzania, youth unemployment is most prominent in urban areas, and somewhat paradoxically, those who are more educated are most at risk. According to World Bank figures, young people aged 15-24 are six times more likely to be unemployed in Dar es Salaam than in...read more