Youth employment: challenges and responses for NEETs labour market inclusion

NEETs - challenges and responses for labour market inclusion

Youth employment: challenges and responses for NEETs labour market inclusion

6 Noviembre–10 Diciembre 2024
El curso está disponible en English, Français
Presentación del curso

The COVID-19 crisis has reversed 15 years of progress in reducing youth NEET rates. In 2020, almost one in four (23.3 per cent) of all young people around the world was not in employment, education or training (NEET). The 282 million young people who were in this situation missed out on a crucial early stage of their personal development and risk facing severe disadvantages in the labour market in the future. This course, organized in collaboration with the ILO's Employment Policy Department, provides a platform for sharing of knowledge and experience of policy approaches and instruments for tackling the challenges of youth NEET. A variety of policy instruments will be discussed, including early intervention, activation, labour market integration, and outreach.

¿Quiénes participan en este curso?

The course targets policy-makers and advisors from ministries of labour, education, youth and finance; officials of youth-led organizations; representatives of workers' and employers' organizations; and development partners.

What will you learn?
  • All about the sub-groups of young NEETs, as well as potential risk factors;
  • How to utilize policy instruments, including early intervention strategies, outreach strategies, profiling tools and placement offers;
  • What works best in tackling labour market and social barriers to the integration of young NEETs;
  • Lessons learned from the European Youth Guarantee and other comprehensive approaches
What’s the journey?

One module per week:

Module 1.   Understanding the diversity of NEETs

Module 2.   Preventing young people from becoming NEETS

Module 3.   Preparing young NEETs to seize EET opportunities

Module 4.   Delivering and monitoring quality EET offers to NEETs

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