GUIDEActive Labour Market Policies in Latin America
In Latin America, active labour market policies are helping to improve access to decent jobs by disadvantaged workers and are also demonstrating the potential to reduce informality, underemployment and inequality.
SPOTLIGHT ON KNOWLEDGESpotlight on Publications: Labour Market Policies in Latin America
The publications presented in this Spotlight represent some of the key resources dealing with issues related to labour market policies in Latin America.
REVIEWELLA Expert Review: Active Labour Market Policies
Here Dr. Jürgen Weller, Senior Economic Affairs Officer at the Economic Development Division of the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), offers his perspective on...
SPOTLIGHT ON ORGANISATIONSSpotlight on Organisations: Labour Market Policies in Latin America
This Spotlight highlights some of the key organisations working on labour market issues in Latin America, including labour policy in general, social protection, employment, youth employment, labour training, labour migration,...
BRIEFSLabour Market Information Programmes
How can Labour Market Information Programmes improve the coverage, quality and efficiency of labour markets? This Brief provides key insights by drawing on experiences from across Latin America.
BRIEFSPeru’s ProJoven Training Programme
Peru’s ProJoven programme has successfully supported younger and more economically disadvantaged generations to gain the necessary qualifications to secure better quality jobs.
BRIEFSFrom Supply- to Demand-led: Labour Training in Latin America
Latin America’s approach to labour training programmes changed dramatically in the 1990s, shifting from a supply-driven to a demand-driven model. Many of these programmes have been rigorously evaluated, yielding useful...
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