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Promoting Good Practice and Policies for Young People’s Work in APEC Economies, July 2010

Promoting Good Practice and Policies for Young Peopleâs Work in APEC Economies, July 2010

PUBLICATION NUMBER
APEC#210-HR-04.1
YEAR
2010
PUBLISHED DATE
July 2010
TYPE OF PUBLICATION
Proceedings
PAGES
256
ACCESSED
9010

 

Individual Files

 

  1. Conclusions and key challenges
  2. Project overview
  3. The literature review
  4. The survey of policy makers in APEC economies
  5. The workshop
  6. Workshop presentations-- Session: Youth engagement – ‘How to effectively engage young people in policy’
    - Session: Evidence & Research– School children and work
    - Session: Combining Education and Work
    - Session: ‘Work Readiness’
    - Session: New Zealand Youth Perspective: Panel Discussion
    - Session: New Zealand Educator’s Perspective on young people in work
    - Session: Vulnerable Young People/Target Groups
    - Session: Young People and the Global Economic Recession
    - Session: Discussion - Ways forward for APEC economies



Description

This report provides the results of a project, completed with the assistance of APEC economies that sought to increase economies understanding of the challenges, barriers and experiences of young people in work, within APEC economies. The report covers a wide range of issues including workplace issues such as health and safety and employment relations, combining education and skills training and young people in the labour market, and the recent effects of the global economic crisis.

The report offers a set of conclusions and key challenges, which highlight a number of significant areas for focus and potential project work for APEC economies.




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File size: 9511.94KB



INDIVIDUAL FILES

Individual Files

 

  1. Conclusions and key challenges
  2. Project overview
  3. The literature review
  4. The survey of policy makers in APEC economies
  5. The workshop
  6. Workshop presentations-- Session: Youth engagement – ‘How to effectively engage young people in policy’
    - Session: Evidence & Research– School children and work
    - Session: Combining Education and Work
    - Session: ‘Work Readiness’
    - Session: New Zealand Youth Perspective: Panel Discussion
    - Session: New Zealand Educator’s Perspective on young people in work
    - Session: Vulnerable Young People/Target Groups
    - Session: Young People and the Global Economic Recession
    - Session: Discussion - Ways forward for APEC economies


DESCRIPTIONS

Description

This report provides the results of a project, completed with the assistance of APEC economies that sought to increase economies understanding of the challenges, barriers and experiences of young people in work, within APEC economies. The report covers a wide range of issues including workplace issues such as health and safety and employment relations, combining education and skills training and young people in the labour market, and the recent effects of the global economic crisis.

The report offers a set of conclusions and key challenges, which highlight a number of significant areas for focus and potential project work for APEC economies.

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File size: 9511.94KB


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