UNIMED is glad to share the recent release of the ETF (European Training Foundation) study on the situation of Youth in the SEMED region.
The report presents a comprehensive overview of the situation of young people in the region and also presents a totally new narrative on the role of skills for youth employability. In those countries, Education was found to be a success factor for young people: youth with tertiary and VET education have much greater chances than their peers with lower levels of Education. Women’ situation is still challenging, indeed young women are the most vulnerable group. Furthermore, lots of good practices exist at regional levels that need to be mainstreamed to support young people in their transition from school to work and within the market job.
The report includes much more, and it is fully available here.