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With the 2022 COP27 conference kicking off today in Egypt, this monthly reading list will focus on our perspective on climate change and its impact on inclusive development in Africa, presenting a selection of our publications on the topic.
The African green transition has the potential to create a plurality of job opportunities that help tackle the negative consequences of climate change: green jobs. To find out what is needed to facilitate green jobs for young people in Africa, INCLUDE and Palladium engaged in a collaborative research project in the context of the Challenge Fund for Youth Employment.
Every month we share with our readers a curated reading list on inclusive development. This month, we are zooming in on the just transition and the future of work.
In this blog, the authors present an analysis of the digital divide in Uganda, where the digital transition is still unequally distributed and user experiences vary greatly depending on the infrastructures available.
How to address the African missing job crisis through green and digital jobs, while assuring that none is left behind? INCLUDE's recently published evidence synthesis paper series provides a number of potential solutions: they were discussed in the webinar series Youth@Work, from which we present five key insights.
The Nigerian Economic Summit Group (NESG), in collaboration with AERC, will be hosting in-country dissemination…