The Global South-South Cooperation Forum: Livelihoods, employment and inclusion for vulnerable groups (NEW)

The Global South-South Cooperation Forum: Livelihoods, employment and inclusion for vulnerable groups (NEW)

The Global South-South Cooperation Forum: Livelihoods, employment and inclusion for vulnerable groups (NEW)

15–26 November 2021
The course is available in English
Introduction to the course

The COVID-19 outbreak and the preventive measures undertaken to slow the pandemic have exacerbated pre-existing economic and social vulnerabilities in many countries, drastically increasing the basic survival needs of for the most vulnerable groups, including youth, people with disabilities, migrants, refugees and displaced persons. The Global South-South Cooperation Forum is a two-week immersive experience, consisting of live sessions, group activities, good practices, knowledge-sharing and remote networking on how to "build back better", in other words how to include vulnerable groups in the labour market, sustain livelihoods and promote resilience in the post-COVID-19 world.

Who attends this course?

The Global South-South Cooperation Forum is intended for government officials, social partners, UN representatives, NGOs representatives and development practitioners involved in helping vulnerable groups from the Global South to integrate into the labour market.

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