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Research outputs: EMPLOYMENT
Does the notion of the proper job and terms like formal and informal employment make sense in the world today? Are our ways of thinking abou...Download this report
Key development goals for young people have included access to education, improving completion rates, minimising the gender gap in education...
Previous studies have shown that innovation can influence employment growth at the business level. In the context of developing countries wi...
This policy brief focuses on the introduction and maintenance of human rights for people with disability (PWD) in the context of employment,...Download this report