The course provides participants with a range of integrated approaches, tools and methodologies that can be used to promote youth employment and decent work in fragile situations including health pandemics, armed conflict, natural disasters, rapid environmental degradation and forced displacement of persons.
The course is highly practical, as participants are guided by tutors in applying what they have learned to their specific contexts to enable youth to secure livelihoods and employment.
This course will provide participants with a range of integrated approaches, tools, methodologies and real-life case studies for promoting youth employment and decent work in situations of crisis, including armed conflict, natural disasters, rapid environmental degradation and forced displacement of persons.
Government officials, ILO social partners and development practitioners working in complex contexts (including natural disasters, armed conflicts, rapid environmental degradation and forced displacement of persons) with an interest in integrating youth, refugees and host communities into the labour market and promoting peace and resilience.
By gaining knowledge on a wide array of notions, methods and tools to promote decent work and youth employment in situations of fragility in the context of COVID-19, participants will be able to:
This 5-week eLearning course has been designed according to a learner-centred approach in order to better involve participants and keep them motivated. It is highly interactive and engaging. Different methods have been used to make the content interesting, relevant and entertaining. The learning combines 5 live sessions (Zoom platform) with reading materials accessible on the ITC-ILO eCampus.