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Recommendations and advice on resolving policy challenges related to skills development systems and their linkages to the world of work. Concise syntheses of experience from the international organizations.

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The skills development challenge in Latin America: diagnosing the problems and identifying public policy solutions.

Latin America’s history has been characterized by fluctuating rates of economic growth, insufficient development of human capital, and high levels of income inequality. The end of a decade-long cycle ...

Source: Other international organizations
Date: 2016

Work-based learning and lifelong guidance policies

This Concept Note is designed to provide policy-makers and stakeholders across Europe with an understanding of the key concepts underpinning the relationship between work-based learning and lifelong g...

Source: Other sources - European Lifelong Guidance Policy Network
Date: 2014

Policy brief: Greening the economies of least developed countries: The role of skills and training

This policy brief draws the attention of policy-makers and social partners in least developed countries to the role of skills development in facilitating the building of greener economies, as a way to...

Source: ILO
Date: 2014

Languages: French | Spanish | English

Enhancing skills and employability: Facilitating access to the formal economy

This brief examines the impediments to skills upgrading in the informal economy: ranging from lack of policy coherence at the macro level, institutional weaknesses in training providers at the meso le...

Source: ILO
Date: 2013

Languages: Spanish | French | English

Policy Brief: Formulating a national policy on skills development

Looks at why national skills policies matter, what can be achieved by developing a national skills policy, key policy principles and how these can be incorporated in national skills policies as well a...

Source: ILO
Date: 2011

Languages: French | Spanish | English

Policy Brief: Policy options to support young workers during economic recovery

This brief highlights a number of lessons learned from the implementation of initiatives during past crises. It provides policy options that could be taken into consideration by governments, in concer...

Source: ILO
Date: 2010

Languages: Spanish | French | English

Education sector development program IV (ESDP IV)

Under ESDP III, Ethiopia made significant progress in education. Access at all levels of the education system increased at a rapid rate in line with a sharp increase in the number of teachers, schools...

Source: Governments
Date: 2010

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