Webinar synthesis report

This synthesis collates the information gathered during a recent webinar series organised by Francis Arinaitwe, youth leader and board member of Restless Development Uganda, in cooperation with INCLUDE, which sought to bring a variety of youth perspectives from 9 African countries into the debate on decent work for youth. It documents the series’ general outcomes, as well as the heterogeneity within and between different groups of young people. It then provides recommendations given by youth for promoting decent work through evidence-based policy, and some reflections from INCLUDE on how the webinar findings fit within broader research and policy on this topic.

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