Adapt Bulletin, Special Issue No.4/2012

YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT IN AFRICA

 

Main News

Mesele Araya, 4 June 2012

Generating Jobs for the Youths: A Priority Agenda for Africa

African Economic Outlook, 28 May 2012

Promoting Youth Employment in Africa

African Economic Outlook Launched in Addis Ababa, 18 September 2012

Creating Jobs for Africa’s Expanding Youth Population

World Bank, 7 September 2012

World Bank Vice-President Supports Moroccan Reforms and Encourages Youth Inclusion and Participation

World Bank, 4 June 2012

Jobs4Africa: African Youth Share Their Concerns, Solutions to More Jobs on the Continent

ILO, 2012

Towards Decent Work in sub-Saharan Africa: Monitoring MDG Employment Indicators

 

EDITORIAL

Mesele Araya, 4 June 2012

Generating Jobs for the Youths: A Priority Agenda for Africa

NOTES AND COMMENTS

Machilu Zimba, 27 June 2012

The School-to-Work Transition in Southern Africa: an Evaluation of Youth Employment Initiatives from a Labor Law and Industrial Relations Perspective

Michele Tiraboschi and Machilu Zimba, 18 December 2010

Productivity, Investment in Human Capital and the Challenge of Youth Employment in Sub-Saharan Africa: Comparative Development and Global Responses in the Perspective of School-to-Work Transition 

VIEWS OF AFRICAN PROFESSORS

Tayo Fashoyin (University of Lagos), 13 September 2012

Youth Employment Challenges in Nigeria

Khadeija Mahgoub (University of Khartoum), 10 September 2012

Youth Unemployment and Human Rights in Sudan

Hiruy Wubie ( University of Gondar), 3 September 2012

Youth Unemployment in Ethiopia: An overview

YOUTH AND EMPLOYMENT

African Economic Outlook Launched in Addis Ababa, 18 September 2012

Creating Jobs for Africa’s Expanding Youth Population

African Economic Outlook, 28 May 2012

Promoting Youth Employment in Africa

Paolo Falco and Francis Teal, Centre for the Study of African Economies, May 2012

Unemployment, Not Working and Jobs for the Young in Urban Africa: Evidence from Ghana

Godfrey Kanyenze and Frédéric Lapeyre, (ILO), 9 March 2012

Growth, employment and decent work in Namibia: A situation analysis

Africa Development Bank, 2012

Chinese Investments and Employment Creation in Algeria and Egypt

ILO, 2012

Towards Decent Work in sub-Saharan Africa: Monitoring MDG Employment Indicators

Africa Development Bank, an OSHD/EDRE Working Paper, 2011

Accelerating the AfDB’s Response to the Youth Unemployment Crisis in Africa

Africa Development Bank, AfDB, Volume 2, Issue 2 , December 2011

Enhancing Capacity for Youth Employment in Africa: Some Emerging Lessons

Development Bank of South Africa, Development Planning Division Working Paper Series No. 28, 2011

Towards a youth employment strategy for South Africa

Africa Development Bank, 2011

Tackling Youth Unemployment in the Maghreb

The Brenthurst Foundation, AEO, Discussion Paper 2011

Putting Young Africans to Work: Addressing Africa’s youth unemployment crisis

World Bank, 2009
Youth and Employment in Africa: the Potential, the Problem, the Promise

YOUTH AND EDUCATION

World Bank, Africa Human Development Series 770595, September 2012

Education in the Republic of South Sudan: Status and Challenges for a New System

World Bank, 07 September 2012

World Bank Vice-President Supports Moroccan Reforms and Encourages Youth Inclusion and Participation

T.Fasih, G. Kingdon, H. Anthony, P.Chris, S.Mans Soderbom, August 2012

Heterogeneous Returns to Education in the Labor Market

World Bank, 4 June 2012

Jobs4Africa: African Youth Share their Concerns, Solutions to More Jobs on the Continent

Denielle Sachs , 24 June 2012

Understanding youth, unemployment and skills in Africa

Africa Economic outlook, 2012
Labour market information and matching – a problem for disadvantaged youth

ILO, Geneva, 2012

Upgrading informal apprenticeship: a Resource guide for Africa

ILO, 12th African Regional Meeting Johannesburg, 11–14 October 2011

Empowering Africa’s peoples with decent work

United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Youth Report, 2011

Addressing the youth education and employment nexus in the new global economy

Pan-African Forum on Woman entrepreneurship development , October 2009

Cairo Platform for Action for the Development of Women Entrepreneurship in Africa

United Nations Economic Commission for Africa, African Youth Report, 2009

Expanding opportunities for and with Young people in Africa

OECD Development Centre, Policy Insights No. 62, April 2008

Investing in Africa’s Youth

African Economic outlook, 2008

Developing Technical & Vocational Skills in Africa

Friederike Rother, The World Bank, December 2006

Interventions to Support Young Workers in Sub Saharan Africa: Regional Report for the Youth Employment Inventory

SCHOOL TO WORK TRANSITION

Esther Nakkazi, 02 April 2012

Universities 'must address youth unemployment in Africa'

El Zanaty, (ILO), 01 March 2007

School-to-work transition: Evidence from Egypt, Employment Policy Paper 2007/2

Florence Kondylis and Marco Manacorda, World Bank, June 2006

Youth in the Labour Market and the Transition from School to Work in Tanzania: Social Protection Discussion Paper No. 0606

INTERNATIONAL PRESS

Anne Look (Voice of America, 10 September 2012)

New Labor Unrest Coincides With S. Africa Union Talks

United Nations Radio, 6 September 2012

Youth unemployment is higher in Africa
All Africa, 24 August 2012
Employment Opportunities for Youth a Priority
Charles Gichane (Capital FM Business, 16 August 2012)

Jobs for youths a panacea for Africa’s woes

Khadija Patel ( All Africa, 1 August 2012)

Africa: Generation U - Africa's Era of Unemployment

African Globe, 1August 2012
Africa’s Era of Youth Unemployment

The examiner, 31July 2012

Economist: Africa growing, political risks remain

All Africa, 11 July 2012

East Africa Youth Forum 2012 Concludes

Anne Look (Voice of America, 11 June 2012)

Rising Youth Unemployment Endangers Africa's Stability

The Guardian, 28 May 2012
"Youth unemployment takes shine off Africa's economic growth"


 

Scientific Committee

Michele Tiraboschi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy), Director

Chris Leggett (James Cook University, Australia), Co-director


Editorial Coordinators

Mesele Araya, Francesca Fazio (Editor in Chief), Lisa Rustico, Francesca Sperotti (Adapt International Relations), Paolo Tomassetti


Editorial Board

Roberta Caragnano (Italy), Valentina Franca (Slovenia), Maria Giovannone (Italy), Erica Howard (United Kingdom), Karl Koch (United Kingdom), Attila Kun (Hungary), Nikita Lyutov (Russia), Merle Muda (Estonia), Felicity Lamm (New Zealand), Eleonora Peliza (Argentina), Daiva Petrylaite (Lithuania), Ceciel Rayer (The Netherlands), Aiden Regan (Ireland), Salma Slama (Tunisia), Barbara Winkler (Austria), Jinyu Wu (China), Machilu Zimba (South Africa)


English Editor

Pietro Manzella (Adapt Research Fellow)


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