Workshops and seminars

Listing of UCW training, workshops and awareness-raising events.



Turkey Labor Market Network meeting
From 26/01/2017 to 27/01/2017
Bahcesehir University Center for Economic and Social Research, the Understanding Children’s Work (UCW) programme and the World Bank will co-host the seventh Turkey Labor Market Network Meeting on January 26th, Thursday at the Besiktas Campus of Bahcesehir University. The goal of the event is to present new research, pinpoint research gaps, and discuss new labor market policies as well as changes in old policies. Academicians, policy makers and representatives of non-governmental organizations who work on the labor markets in Turkey are all invited to attend and present.
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Pathways to work: an analysis of 28 School to Work Transition Surveys
From 09/05/2014 to 09/05/2014
Despite the multitude of studies, there is relatively little evidence on the process that leads young individuals in low and middle-income countries to acquire and possibly retain jobs, and especially quality jobs. The seminar presente an analysis of the transition paths from school to work of youth in a sample of 28 countries for which we have novel and yet unexploited data, the ILO School to Work Transition Surveys. These data are the result of an unprecedented effort by the ILO, which, for each country, has collected retrospective survey information on all work experiences since leaving school on a representative sample of individuals aged 15-29. The data will us to characterize the transition paths from school into work of young people and identify the role of observable characteristics (gender, area of residence, age left education, parental education and work experience while in school) in explaining these transitions. We will also present an analysis of the expected duration of the transition.
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Solutions4Work - Partnerships for Job and Youth Employment
From 07/05/2014 to 08/05/2014
Solutions4Work convened policy-makers, donors, private sector leaders, civil society, and young people themselves, to highlight the achievements of two important initiatives that have contributed to advancing productive employment among youth, the Multi-Donor Trust-Fund on Labor Markets, Job Creation, and Economic Growth (MDTF) and the Global Partnership for Youth Employment (GPYE). The conference provided a forum in which participants could celebrate past successes, but also acknowledge unfinished business and explore new opportunities for expanding the evidence base to develop scalable, sustainable effective solutions for greater global impact.
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Seminar on child labour, education and youth employment. UCW seminar IV
From 08/10/2009 to 09/10/2009
UCW Program and University of Galatasaray are organizing a two-day seminar to present recent research on child labour and its linkages with educational and youth employment outcomes. The seminar will also aim at identifying key information gaps relating to these themes, thereby helping to guide future research efforts.
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