Review of National Action Plans on Youth Employment

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The report concludes with a summary of key issues and findings and sets out recommendations on how to improve the benchmarks and to from best practice to best performance. This global review of National Action Plans allows countries around the world, at all levels of development, to share and gather experiences of good practice in addressing youth employment challenges. It is hoped that individual countries will self-evaluate their NAPs, and identify the strengths and weaknesses of these plans. Monitoring the impact of measures put in place will help to improve policies and programmes. Furthermore, this review will serve to educate the international community on what works and what does not. This in turn will help countries to establish benchmarks and to improve upon them so that they can move forward and set more ambitious targets and goals towards tackling the challenges of youth employment they face.

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