We are a Dutch-African platform that promotes evidence-based policymaking on inclusive development in Africa through research, knowledge sharing and policy dialogue.
A dedicated page to share knowledge on how the coronavirus pandemic and related interventions are likely to affect development programmes and the livelihoods of people in Africa.
While many youths move to the cities in search of employment, the lifestyle of the capital is also crucial to youths’ successful social status. Furthermore, moving to the capital is generally not a strategic choice for youths to exit agribusiness.
Ideas and assumptions have begun to shift around vulnerability, the formal-informal divide, local-global, fundamental skills and investments, the role of different actors, and even what it means to be developed or developing.
A summary of a Knowledge Brief recently published by Solutions for Youth Employment (S4YE), which identifies how technology can help practitioners listen to youth before and during a program’s implementation.
To enhance effective governance, states should start by addressing governance deficits and redefining and prioritising improvement of state-society relations, as well as revitalising the social contract.
The summary of the second webinar, this time in Rwanda, in a series that aims at bringing youth voices in policy dialogues on decent work in Africa.
In their activities for their respective organization or institution, our platform members have published a number of knowledge products in 2020. Find them in this overview.
The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to considerably affect the Ethiopian economy directly and indirectly due to global shocks and to the different restrictive preventative measures the country is taking.
This research update lists some of the scientific papers that build on the New Roles of CSOs for Inclusive Development projects’ work.
New research output building upon INCLUDE's research programme looking into social protection, productive employment & strategic actors for inclusive development that ran from 2014-2018.
Since the onset of the COVID-19 health crisis, and associated stringency measures, governments have acted in support of businesses and individuals by activating fiscal stimulus measures and introducing or expanding social protection programs.