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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1157129.5 - https://www.unv.org/Success-st...nt-foresight-experience-kosovo
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1157129.5 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/node/1971
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1157129.5 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/...nt-foresight-experience-kosovo
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. view East and Southern Africa view West and Central Africa view Arab States view Europe and the CIS view Latin America and the Caribbean view Asia and the Pacific Regions Europe and the CIS Asia and the Pacific Latin America and the Caribbean Arab States East and Southern Africa West and Central Africa Breadcrumb Home Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. vista África Oriental y Meridional vista África Occidental y Central vista Estados Arabes vista Europa y la CEI vista América Latina y el Caribe vista Asia y el Pacifico Regiones África Occidental y Central Asia y el Pacifico Europa y la CEI América Latina y el Caribe África Oriental y Meridional Estados Arabes Breadcrumb Casa Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1142435.9 - https://www.unv.org/es/node/1971
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. voir Afrique Orientale et Australe voir Afrique Occidentale et Centrale voir États Arabes voir Europe et CEI voir Amérique latine et Caraïbes voir Asie et Pacifique Régions Afrique Occidentale et Centrale Asie et Pacifique Europe et CEI Amérique latine et Caraïbes États Arabes Afrique Orientale et Australe Breadcrumb Accueil Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1142435.9 - https://www.unv.org/fr/node/1971
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. voir Afrique Orientale et Australe voir Afrique Occidentale et Centrale voir États Arabes voir Europe et CEI voir Amérique latine et Caraïbes voir Asie et Pacifique Régions Afrique Occidentale et Centrale Asie et Pacifique Europe et CEI Amérique latine et Caraïbes États Arabes Afrique Orientale et Australe Breadcrumb Accueil Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1142435.9 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/fr/node/1971
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Explore our work in the different regions of the world. vista África Oriental y Meridional vista África Occidental y Central vista Estados Arabes vista Europa y la CEI vista América Latina y el Caribe vista Asia y el Pacifico Regiones África Occidental y Central Asia y el Pacifico Europa y la CEI América Latina y el Caribe África Oriental y Meridional Estados Arabes Breadcrumb Casa Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo Youth unemployment: the foresight experience in Kosovo 14 November 2014 print Low quality, print optimized High quality, color print pdf From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. Prishtina, Kosovo:  From my very first day working as a UN Youth Volunteer as part of UNDP’s Inclusive Growth Team in Kosovo, I started to realize that all the statistics showing high levels of unemployment, particularly among youth, are hiding the true and disturbing extent of this issue. With more than 35 percent of young Kosovars neither having a job nor going to school, they grow impatient, pessimistic about their chances to have a decent life, and frustrated with not being heard. (...) In addition, the UNDP office in Prishtina was given a unique opportunity to be part of a foresight experiment that would allow the youth to share with us their visions of the future and to propose their own solutions to the vast levels of unemployment in the territory. To this extent, in collaboration with the FutureScaper foresight engine, I had the chance to be a part of a dedicated team that developed an interactive survey for respondents to identify the causes and effects of factors influencing employment opportunities, to share their perceptions on how these different factors interact and lead to certain employment outcomes, and, as mentioned, to propose solutions on how to fix the major issues that they are facing.
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Score: 1142435.9 - https://www.unv.org/index.php/es/node/1971
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She considered that Youth Forum provided the youth with a unique chance to find new solutions through cooperation. (...) Lizzy Azuara Herrera’s professional life to a great extent. “I consider both Youth Forum and the Website of the Alumnae of the all ITU-Youth Forums were fantastic ideas.” (...) Lizzy Azuara Herrera, “They offer us an opportunity to come up with our own opinions and provide us with a chance to share our thoughts during the Forum and afterwards.”
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Score: 1122241.3 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/yout...rum_Success_Stories/Mexico.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Document Social budget briefs Exploring the extent to which Nepal’s national budget addresses the needs of Nepal’s children in terms of sufficiency, equity, efficiency, effectiveness and transparency UNICEF Nepal/2021/BDware About These four budget briefs developed by UNICEF and the European Union in Nepal explore the extent to which Nepal’s national budget addresses the needs of Nepal’s children in terms of sufficiency, equity, efficiency, effectiveness and transparency. These objectives are grounded in UNICEF’s global Public Finance for Children (PF4C) framework and expected to lead to outcomes that give children an equitable chance in life, such as the freedom to learn and be healthy, the ability to be protected and live in a clean and safe environment, and the capacity to survive and thrive, among others. To assess the efficiency, equity and adequacy of spending, the brief analyses the magnitude and structural composition of budget allocations and – to the extent the data permit – actual expenditures over recent years.
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Score: 1073450.8 - https://www.unicef.org/nepal/documents/social-budget-briefs
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