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.
Possible COVID-19 implications on researchers conducting studies in youth employment domain during the pandemic.
This edition of INCLUDE’s COVID-19 news item reflects on how social protection plays an important role in the immediate response as well as longer-term strategies to reduce poverty and inequality and to mitigate against the impacts of future crises.
Job creation for youth in fragile and post-conflict settings: a means or an end?
Think up new principles to guide the policies made by African governments in response to the COVID-19 crisis; establish durable alliances between progressive and concerned intellectuals to support better – innovative, responsive, and ethical – government in Africa.
The brochure marks the end of the New Roles of CSOs for Inclusive Development programme and highlights how southern CSOs juggle their lobbying and advocacy roles.
Exploring Southern perspectives on advocacy collaborations, complementarity, diversity and Southern ownership and leadership.
Evidence synthesis that explores the role of decent work and political economy in strengthening the impact of youth employment programmes on peacebuilding.
Evidence synthesis that reviews workplace-based learning schemes in Africa. Particular attention and recommendations are given to TVET and informal apprenticeships.
Evidence synthesis on what are the key barriers, interventions and opportunities for young women to access employment in formal and informal sectors in Africa.