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Research outputs: SKILLS DEVELOPMENT
The authors call on G20 leaders to emphasise the urgent need to address education and skills development for refugee children and youth in h...Download this report
To promote digital transformation, equal emphasis needs to be allocated to digital skills development as is to infrastructure development. T...Download this report
The digital divide is a manifestation of exclusion, poverty and inequality and continues to be exacerbated due to the effects of unemploymen...Download this report
2017 The boundaries of artisanal work and occupations in South Africa, and their relation to inequality
Improving the access of previously marginalised groups to skilled occupations is vital to growing the South African economy and making strid...