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From 18/11/2016 To 19/11/2016
The Chinese Labor Market in Transition Workshop
As China implements labor reforms and faces changes in demography and labor dynamics, a clear understanding of the labor market transition is essential. The Renmin University of China in collaboration with UCW, the ILO and IZA is organizing a two-day workshop to analyze the Chinese labor market in a rigorous fashion. The workshop will cover any aspect of labor market adjustment in China, with attention particularly devoted to the school -to-work transitions of young workers and to youth who ea...
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From 13/10/2016 To 14/10/2016
IZA/OECD/World Bank/UCW Workshop on Job Quality in Post-transition, Emerging and Developing Countries
The labor economics literature has seen a growing interest in the role of job quality over the last years. To a large extent, this interest stems from substantial impacts of the quality of employment on important aspects of people‘s lives, ranging from productivity to health and life expectancy. Not surprisingly, the issue of job quality stays high on the public policy agenda, including national governments and international organizations. The G20 Leaders have adopted last year in Antalya the G2...
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From 12/10/2016 To 12/10/2016
Gender and the labour market
ICID, UCW and SITES are organizing a one-day workshop to present recent research on gender differences in the labour market and to contribute filling in the knowledge gap concerning the causes of gender discrimination in the labour market. A theme of particular focus will be the role of gender discrimination on education access and its consequences on employment outcomes, with particular emphasis on child labour, early entry in the labour market and the school-to-work transition. The workshop w...
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From 29/09/2016 To 29/09/2016
Closing the Evidence Gap on Interventions to Address Child Labor Workshop
According to the most recent ILO estimates, 215 million children are trapped in child labor worldwide, of which 115 million work in hazardous conditions while 6 million are victims of forced labor. Child labor is a complex phenomenon influenced by a multitude of factors, and is often exacerbated by situations of fragility, conflict and violence (FCV), where social protection systems might be at their weakest or non-existent. While a large set of policy instruments can be used to tackle child la...
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