- Conference Paper: Youth Employment: Five Challenges for North Africa [PDF]
- Economic Brief: Tackling youth unemployment in the Maghreb [External Link]
- Economic Brief: Chinese Investments and Employment Creation in Algeria and Egypt [PDF]
- Working Paper: Labor Market Dynamics in Tunisia: The Issue of Youth Unemployment [PDF]
- Working Paper: Accelerating the AfDB’s Response to the Youth Unemployment Crisis in Africa [PDF]
- Special Report: Labor Force Data Analysis Guidelines with African Specificities [PDF]
- Working Paper: Towards a youth employment strategy for South Africa [PDF]
- Discussion Paper: Confronting youth unemployment: policy options for South Africa [PDF]
- A Study Report: Putting Young Africans to Work Addressing Africa’s youth unemployment crisis [PDF]
The Youth Employment Network (YEN) is a partnership of United Nations, International Labour Organization, and World Bank. YEN is a global platform to prioritise youth employment on the development agendas and to exchange on policies and programs to improve employment opportunities for youth. The Network includes development agencies, governments, the private sector, youth groups and other NGOs.
YEI is the first comprehensive database to provide comparative information on youth employment interventions worldwide. Comprising more than 400 youth employment programs from around 90 countries, YEI documents program design, implementation, and achieved results.