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My Experience at “The African Policy Dialogue” – The Odamea’s Take

The risks and challenges of unemployment worry me each passing day, seeing the youth, the…

Graduate Unemployment in Ghana: a youth perspective

A policy dialogue on youth employment and unemployment in Ghana took place on the  31st…

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INCLUDE conference report: ‘Building forward more inclusively’

We are proud to share the newly released conference report, from INCLUDE’s online event ‘Building…

Getting up to speed with inclusive development

The INCLUDE team’s reading list: Summer 2021 One of INCLUDE’s core beliefs is that so…

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Building forward more inclusively: looking ahead for Africa’s recovery post-COVID-19

Read about the most important recommendations that emerged during the wrap up of the INCLUDE conference ‘Building forward more inclusively’ on 16 June 2021.

Latest Publications

Youth Employment and Unemployment Challenges in Ghana: The Role of the Private Sector

The challenge of unemployment and low quality of employment among young people constitute major socioeconomic…

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Mozambique Country Case Study

The socio-economic shocks caused by the COVID-19 pandemic have brought the debate on income distribution/redistribution…

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Youth Employment in Ghana: Confronting and Addressing the Phenomenon Head-on from a Youth Perspective

This African Policy Dialogue discussion paper by the Ghana Youth Workgroup presents some insights about youth employment in Ghana

What paths should Mozambique follow to ensure a greater contribution of the extractive industry for growth and structural economic transformation?

In this report by the CDD (Centro Para Democracia e Desenvolvimento), presents the evolution of Mozambique's economic structure, showing how agriculture gradually lost importance to the growing extractive industry.

Natural Gas and Development: Integrating the Future Gas Revenues from the Rovuma Basin into the Local Development Agenda in Cabo Delgado

About 10 years ago, Mozambique was the scene of one of the largest natural gas discoveries in the world, with the potential to place the country among the top global exporters. However, resource-rich countries tend to have higher levels of conflict and lower rates of stability and economic growth