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Alessio Lupi uploaded a new Document 25 June 2018

2.4 APPROACHES TO ENHANCE LIVELIHOODS, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

2.4.2. Social inclusion promotion (awareness raising on social inclusion in IE)

Alessio Lupi uploaded a new Document 21 June 2018

2.1 ENABLING ENVIRONMENT

2.1.10. Improving linkages between formal and informal economy

Alessio Lupi uploaded a new Document 23 May 2018

2.1 ENABLING ENVIRONMENT

2.1.7 Institution and capacity strengthening on IE

Alessio Lupi uploaded a new Document 18 May 2018

2.1.5. Key elements in policy frameworks identification

Recommendation:  4. Follow 6 basic rules to improve international training programmes (ITPs) related to labour market policies:

Ummuhan Bardak posted Information 9 October 2015

ETF (2015), The Challenge of Youth Employability in Arab Mediterranean Countries: the role of Active Labour Market Programmes, Turin (EN, FR, AR):

Mei Zegers uploaded a new Document 4 October 2016

Excellent summary of a thematic evaluation of UN Women's Economic Empowerment efforts included in this journal. The objective was to  learn from progress made so far and inform future work in the area. The evaluation covered all dimensions of women’s economic empowerment work in UN Women.

Alba Riobó Souto posted Information 22 May 2015

In the framework of the European Development Days 2015, DEVCO B3 is pleased to invite you to the Lab "Transformed economies, better jobs, shared wealth. Can we do it?

Ummuhan Bardak uploaded a new Document 9 October 2015

Labour market and employment policy in Lebanon, 2015, ETF (Hicham Abou Jaoude), Turin: http://www.etf.europa.eu/web.nsf/pages/Employment_policies_Lebanon

Alessio Lupi uploaded a new Document 4 July 2018

2.4 APPROACHES TO ENHANCE LIVELIHOODS, EQUITY AND INCLUSION

2.4.5. Strengthening IE with attention to gender issues

Alessio Lupi uploaded a new Document 2 August 2018

2.1 ENABLING ENVIRONMENT

2.3.5 Micro finance

Recommendation: 5. Ensure that there is always sufficient training of implementing agencies and their staff so that micro loans are well managed.

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