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The OECD Development Centre launched the Youth Well-being policy review of Peru study in a high level event organized on Thursday 3rd August in Lima. The event was attended by Mr. Fernando Cáceres, Vice Minister of Education; Mr. Carlos Tengan, National Secretary for Youth and Mr. Steefan Pauwels, Head of the Cooperation Section of the European Union Delegation to Peru.
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This presentation introduces the work of the Youth Inclusion project at country level. It summarizes findings and results from country studies and gives examples.
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This presentation is based on lessons learned and new evidence accumulated through country studies and global research and policy work on: Youth entrepreneurship, Youth aspirations and the reality of jobs, The role of local value chains to support rural youth livelihoods, Country reviews on youth well-being, Analysis of gender-based discrimination in social institutions
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An expert meeting on “National strategies and global responses for youth well-being” was organised in Paris on 17 October, gathering donors, development experts and practitioners working in the youth field to share experiences on youth policies and programmes.
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In Viet Nam, young persons aged 15-29 currently account for a quarter of the country’s population. This is the highest youth population ever for Viet Nam, providing the country with a unique socio-economic development opportunity. Young people represent an asset for the nation’s prosperity which can only be tapped if they have access to quality education, healthcare, decent employment and active social and political lives.
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The report, which is part of the Youth Inclusion Project co-financed by the European Union and implemented by the OECD Development Centre, assesses the situation of social inclusion and well-being of young Salvadorans using a multidimensional approach. It analyses diverse aspects of employment, education, health and civic participation affecting youth, based on the latest data available.
Redistribution is quantified as the relative reduction in market income inequality achieved by personal income taxes, employees’ social security contributions and cash transfers, based on household-level micro data.
A highly educated and skilled workforce has been an important driver of productivity performance and prosperity in Belgium.
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This study provides a rigorous analysis of the social inclusion and well-being of young Cambodians using the latest available data and a multidimensional approach. Based on the results of the analysis, the report proposes a series of recommendations for the development of public policies in favor of youth.