Pathways to empowerment: recognizing the competences of Syrian refugees in Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey
The objective of this report is to assess the impact of the career guidance services provided throughout the past years on enhancing the employability of technical secondary school graduates, their employment status, and their perception of the labour market and career opportunities.
Two years after the Arab Spring – What are Arab governments doing to provide opportunities for young people ? ¤ Egypt – a hands on approach to job creation. ¤ Lebanon – reinventing VET. ¤ Skills for rebuilding Libya. ¤ Morocco – access to VET a basic right. ¤ Tunisia aims for jobs, jobs, jobs.
This paper studies causes and consequences of labor market marginalization in 8 developing countries.. More links between educational institutions, enterprises, social and institutional partners are decisive to implement the dual principle, namely generating work experience together with, rather than after general education: a closer integration of the educational system with the outside business world, through activities of job placement and counseling, as well as programs of on the job training (apprenticeship) are important to the generation of the job specific work experience and other skills that also entrepreneurs consider important when hiring a young person, therefore reducing the overall length of the school-to-work transition.