Online Consultation on: Youth – feeding the future. Addressing the challenges faced by rural youth aged 15 to 17 in preparing for and accessing decent work.
Participants can register to the FSN Forum before the discussion starts.
25th April until - 13rd May
everyone! particularly people/organizations who have experience in addressing the challenges faced by rural youth aged 15-17. The e-consultation will be in EN, FR, SP, RU, CH, AR.
Pan-African competition on best practice in technical and vocational education (TVET)
The African Union Commission is currently conducting a competition to uncover the 20 most promising models in TVET for the 21st century
September 10, 2015
This competition is open to any governmental, non-governmental, non-US organization, non-profit or for-profit entity. Nominees are being sought from programs operating in member countries’ formal and informal sectors. It includes TVET at secondary, post-secondary, informal, or continuing education levels. Programs that operate across more than one country may also apply. For more information please contact: email@example.com.
Winners will be showcased in ta late October Pan African meeting. Winners will be identified as models of effective TVET and promoted on the African Union, FHI 360, and other partner websites. The AU and partners will also support winners through technical assistance, training, and networking to promote the exchange of successful practices.
Competition 2015 – The London Labour Film Festival
The London Labour Film Festival will screen a selection of labour-related shorts, and its asking people to submit short films to the festival!
September 8, 2015
The films and videos submitted can be made in the UK or Internationally, and must be labour-related. They can be about any and every aspect of work, as well as those issues affecting unionized workers and those not represented by unions.
This is your BIG chance to become an AWARD WINNING filmmaker.
Global Dialogue - Young Entrepreneurs as Drivers of Sustainable Growth
Virtual dialogues organized by YABT and the World Bank Group
September 3rd, 2015
September 3rd, 2015
innovative young entrepreneurs who lead social, economic and/or sustainable initiatives in their communities. As well as organizations supporting youth entrepreneurship at all scales. The dialogues will feed into a flagship event, “Young Entrepreneurs as Drivers of Sustainable Growth," to be held during the World Bank Group/International Monetary Fund Annual Meetings on October 8, 2015 in Lima, Peru.
To reserve a space, please register: http://bit.ly/1N3uuuZ
International employment organisations, European, national, regional and local administrations involved in employment and youth policies, public employment services, representatives of youth organisations, universities, educational sector, enterprises and business organisations, trade unions and civil society. Anyone who can provide knowledge and solutions regarding employment for the future.
The ILO and J-PAL Executive Education course is designed for people from a variety of backgrounds: managers and researchers from international development organizations, foundations, governments and non-governmental organizations from around the world, as well as trained economists looking to retool. necessary prerequisite for this course is relevant experience in statistical tools and impact evaluation. Interested applicants who have already participated in a ILO Evaluation Clinic are especially encouraged to apply, as this course will build upon the skills developed in that course.
All course fees will be covered by the ILO for applicants who are accepted to the course. However, course participants will be expected to pay for their travel, accommodation, and visa.
Designed for funders, private sector companies, policy makers, youth leaders, implementers, educators, and researchers, this Summit attracts more than 400 attendees from 50 countries. Now in its eighth year, the annual Global Youth Economic Opportunities Summit will help you to CONNECT to colleagues, EXCHANGE information, and achieve greater IMPACT.
The papers should address one or more of the three themes:
Conditions of work;
Inequalities of opportunity;
Determinants of labour market outcomes, including transitions;
Papers can be national, cross-country, regional or global in scope. The analysis must be based on one or several of the SWTS datasets made available on the W4Y website.
Authors of nine papers will be invited to present their work at the main sessions of the Global Symposium in Geneva in February 2015 (all expenses covered);
Depending on the quality of the piece, the nine papers will be published in an ILO research compendium under the ILO Work4Youth Publication Series in 2015;
Two papers will be selected for inclusion in the forthcoming ILO Global Employment Trends for Youth 2015
The two finalist papers will also receive an award of US$ 1,000 each.
The Young Innovators Competition seeks for 18-30 year old entrepreneurs from around the world with social start-ups which use open source technologies for disaster management. This could include disaster preparedness, early warning, emergency communication and response, and recovery from natural disasters.
Two winners will be selected per challenge, and will receive up to USD 10,000 of seed funding, in addition to mentorship, dedicated workshops and an opportunity to showcase at the InnovationSpace of ITU Telecom World 2014 in Doha, Qatar.
The Youth Citizen Entrepreneurship Competition is an international contest launched by The Goi Peace Foundation, Stiftung Entrepreneurship (Berlin) and UNESCO. The competition provides a global platform for young entrepreneurs who aspire to create positive change in their communities.
By highlighting the best examples of youth entrepreneurship, the competition aims to empower the young generation to take the initiative in social innovation and become pioneers in building a harmonious and sustainable society. With their innovative ideas and leadership, these global citizens will tackle some of the key challenges of today and offer a model of the entrepreneurial potential that will fuel our future.
Young Europeans from EU Member States, candidate states and neighbourhood countries aged between 16 and 30 years.
Due to the specific nature of the activities, only group reservations can be accepted. The minimum group size is 10. See the web page for more details
With the motto "Ideas for a better Europe" this event will bring together several thousand young Europeans aged between 16 and 30, from all over the EU to meet with European decision-makers and speakers with a wide range of professional experience to exchange ideas and perspectives on youth-related issues, develop new, innovative ways and solutions to crucial questions for the future and experience the rich cultural diversity within the European Union
The event will be centered around five thematic areas, the 1st thematic area being:
Youth Unemployment. New perspectives for a blocked generation
There is no fee for attending the EYE 2014 event. However, participants will need to cover their own transport, accommodation and meals.
This is an invitation for millions people to get involved and have fun, whilst helping the YMCA to send a strong message of unity and impact to the world and its leaders by making visible the mobilization power that the organisation has, as a social movement
The challenge in 2014 is to invite your communities to join a worldwide YMCA Celebration of its activities with focus on youth empowerment and, at the same time, give strength to a global statement that will support young people to be heard in their concerns at all levels.
For more information, visit the web page and contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Representatives of governmental institutions working in youth employment related areas.
Members of youth sections of workers and employers organisations: trade unions, employers' organizations, chambers of commerce and other stakeholders related organisms.
Representatives of nongovernmental organizations and international cooperation agencies
Young members of organizations of and for youth, seeking new strategies for design intervention guidelines, policies and programs that manage and work on projects and/or who want to develop proposals to articulate their needs and visions to achieve a better future.
+ The course is only offered in Spanish so only open to Spanish-speakers
The contest is open to groups and civil society organizations of any federal entity of the Republic of Mexico to present social actions projects and research promoting the participation and development of Mexican youth. The contest is intended for groups and non-profit civil society organizations who work on development projects for young people between 12 and 29 years old.
The total amount to be awarded to organizations is 7,000,000,000 pesos
International Summit on Entrepreneurship and Job Creation-Cameroon
18th November 2013
18th-23rd November 2013
The event, the 1st of its kind in Cameroon is an urgent response to the global crisis of youth unemployment. This two-day event explores how job opportunities can be created for a billion young people entering the global workplace over the next decade. The summit will bring together, government officials, policy makers, diplomatic missions, business executives, civil society leaders, successful entrepreneurs and managers, academicians, students and unemployed youth. To discuss, dialogue, share ideas on best practices, on the theme entrepreneurship and job creation the gateway for an emerging nation.
The summit will focus on round table discussions, symposiums, panel discussions, fish bowl discussions, workshops and training.
Free Workshops sessions, 5 000 FCFA for 2 days Plenary sessions.
For more details contact with Youth Employment Service (YES) Cameroon
youth leaders, youth and employment technicians and young people coming from 10 countries in the European Union (Portugal – Italy – Hungary – Norway – Cyprus – Slovakia – Czech Republic – United Kingdom – Spain – Romania) organizations, informal groups and youth associations …
The methodology of this project is highly participatory, relying on dialogue and facilitating the exchange of good and bad practices.
The activities aim to stimulate youth employment following Europe 2020 strategy
The project covers all expenses regarding accommodation, food and local transport during the activities; participants should cover 30% of their own travel expenses
Activity call on the World day for Decent work: October 7th, 2013
October 7th, 2013
Associated organisation to CSA (La Confederación Sindical de Trabajadoras/es de las Américas ) are invited to inform CSA about the schedulded activities in order to celebrate the VI Wolrd Day For Decent Work. Please contact email@example.com .
Young women in precarious situations and their access to decent work
October 10th, 2013
October 10th, 2013
Based on the young women in precarious situation’s statements regarding their dificulties to access the labour market, researcheurs, social workers, elected representative and the audience will talk about public policies’s impact and civil society organization’s role in the matter, offering concrete and inovatives actions in order to facilitate access to the labour marcket for young women in precarious situations.
The FIT association (one women, one roof) is organizing the round table on october 10th, from 2 :00PM to 4 :00 PM (local time) in the conference room of Paris 13 city hall, France. Tel: Tél. : +33 (0)1 44 54 87 90
Has your organization implemented a programme to support young people in accessing decent work? Do you want your practice to be recognized and widely disseminated?
This is your opportunity! The ILO Youth Employment Programme is launching a call for submissions of good practices that have proven effective in promoting decent work for young people.
All applications will be assessed based on 6 specific criteria: (i) relevance, (ii) effectiveness and impact, (iii) efficiency, (iv) sustainability, (iv) innovation, and (v) replicability.
An evaluation committee composed of experts and young specialists on youth employment will identify the good practices from the programmes submitted. The best good practices will receive prizes!
Top prices: 2000 USD + an online publication + a one-on-one interview with a youth employment expert. Three best practices will be featured in an MTV Agents of Change video
Partner Building activity among European partners for the exchange of experiences from organizations that develop innovative projects related to employment and employability of youngsters
Profile of participants(target group)
·Persons linked to the organization of projects related to youth employment for and with youngsters.
·Mediators promoting and supporting the contact between youngsters and employers
·Mediators promoting and supporting the generation of projects by the youngsters themselves (auto employment)
·Mediators developing and training skills for the employability of youngsters.
·Youngsters that are employment promoters themselves
Working language: English.
Venue: Madrid, Spain, 16 to 20 October 2013
On line application: http://trainings.salto-youth.net/3633
National Botswana Youth Migration and Development Forum
from August 19th to August 27th 2013
A national Youth Migration and Development Forum is scheduled for the 19th – 20th August 2013 at Tlokweng:Young people from various part of the country especially boarder areas would deliberates issues around youth migration.
Community Sensitization workshops on Youth Migration and Development by BW Jobs 4 Graduates team under the theme: “Understanding Youth Migration – Opportunities and Risks” will be running concurrently as follows;
-23rd August 2013 at Dukwi and Ghanzi, - 27th August 2013 at Kasane/ Kazungula, and Molepolole.
Youth Labour Migration: "Reaping the benefits, minimizing the risks."
Youth Employment Video Contest
July, 22nd, 2013
Persons working to promote decent work for young migrants.
Don’t have a camera? Use your phone! The video is your opportunity to show how YOU make a difference in the lives of young migrants.
You’ve got up to 5 minutes to tell us how you make a difference!
To enter: upload your video on Youtube and send the link to the Knowledge Management Facility on Youth Employment and Migration at the ILO’s Youth Employment Programme: firstname.lastname@example.org
The winner will be invited to present the initiative at a panel discussion during the celebrations of the International Youth Day in New York, 12 August 2013.
A representative of an institution working in areas related to youth employment who seek to design strategies of intervention guidelines, policies and programmes that manage and work on projects and /or who want to develop proposals to articulate their needs and visions for the achievement of a better future.
THE ITC offers three '’youth scholarships" covering the entire cost of this course. Deadline to apply for a youth scholarship: 07 June 2013