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SKILL-UP Programme: Upgrading skills for the changing world of work

SKILL-UP Programme is a joint effort of the ILO and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

SKILL-UP Programme is a joint effort of the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs aimed to help the ILO Member States enhance their skills systems to take advantage of new opportunities offered by emerging global drivers of change relating to increased digitalization, international trade integration, technological change, large international migration flows, climate change, demographics, among others.

The Programme has global and country components. The SKILL-UP Global’s main outcomes focus on new global products development and innovation; strengthening national skills systems; capacity development, advocacy, knowledge sharing and support to country components. The SKILL-UP Country Projects are located in Ghana, Ethiopia, Lebanon, Malawi, Senegal and Tanzania. They are developed to deliver on three main areas: skills anticipation, skills systems development and social inclusion. Additionally, the Programme supports dialogue between countries of origin and destination in two Sub-Saharan African regions: Western Africa and Central Africa to forge skills partnerships that make migration more demand-led and better informed

Sources

ILO

Regions

Africa

Knowledge Products

Advocacy and information materials

Sub Knowledge Products

Promotional material
Project brief

Issues

Portability of skills and life-long learning
Youth employability
Migrant workers
Other Issue

Other Issues

Future of work

Subject Tags

Apprenticeships
Disadvantaged youth
migration policy
education and training
Skills anticipation
Skills and training policy

Publication Date

11/2019
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