Presented at the 20-21 October 2014 workshop and platform meeting.
The African continent is undergoing an important demographic transformation that will, for the better or the worse, drastically change its labor market. According to the World Bank, every year 12 million young people enter the job market while only 3 million formal jobs are created. With a median age of 25 years old, the African continent is the youngest in the world.
How can the Fourth Industrial Revolution support youth employment in Africa? This was the main question of the closing session of our Youth@Work webinar series
Every month we share with our readers a curated reading list on inclusive development. Here you can find the list for November 2021
What is an enabling environment and what is its role and impact on employment creation for youth? These were the main questions of this week’s Youth@Work webinar.
What are the policies and programs elaborated and implemented by African governments to stimulate the creation of youth employment opportunities? These were the main questions of this week’s Youth@Work webinar.