The International Trade Centre (ITC) and partners of the United Nations (UN) Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth have launched a joint Knowledge Facility to boost employment prospect of young people.
ITC said the facility is a place for policymakers and practitioners to learn, share, and engage with youth employment themes through searchable and downloadable resources and tools.
It builds on the work of existing knowledge platforms on youth employment, and maps and links resources and tools related to youth employment and allows users to manage knowledge of, and communicate about, youth employment interventions.
“Our continued collaboration with the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth now features a new digital platform for young entrepreneurs and youth employment stakeholders alike,’ ITC Executive Director Arancha González said.
The ITC boss added that “through knowledge sharing and providing access to relevant resources, we support young…