Abstract:Understanding the factors that limit transitions to decent work remains a central concern for policymakers, as changes in the world of work considerably affect the availability and distribution of quality jobs. Many of these global issues are mirrored in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This One Pager is a snapshot of a report by the IPC-IG and UNICEF MENARO, which focuses on the role of social protection to promote transitions to work for young people in MENA, especially among vulnerable groups.

Keywords:labour market policies; youth transition to work; MENA; social protection
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ISSN:2318-9118

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The role of social protection in young people's transition to work in the Middle East and North Africa

Executive Summary—The role of social protection in young people's transition to work in the Middle East and North Africa