Social Inclusion

Social Inclusion

Atteinte progressive des cibles des Objectifs du Développement Durable (ODD), tels que ODD 5 (égalité des sexes et autonomisation des femmes et des filles), tout en favorisant des avancées vers la réalisation de l’ODD 3 (permettre à tous de vivre en bonne santé et promouvoir le bien-être de tous à tout âge) et l’ODD 4 (assurer l’accès de tous à une éducation de qualité, sur un pied d’égalité et promouvoir les possibilités d’apprentissage tout au long de la vie).
Strengthening restorative justice
Read the latest edition of Inclusive Development News for news, views and analysis on the EU’s work on employment and social inclusion in international cooperation and development.
There are 1.8 billion young people aged 15-29 in the world today. Most have to contend with a precarious labour market, with the prevalence of unemployment, underemployment and informal jobs. If these young people are to successfully transition into adulthood, with secure livelihoods, youth and especially youth employment must be a key priority of the development agenda.
The EU Emergency Trust Fund for stability and addressing root causes of irregular migration and displaced persons in Africa, aims to increase economic and employment opportunities and inclusion for youths and vulnerable groups. 
370 million people in over 90 countries identify themselves as being indigenous. They represent humanity in all its diversity but they all have in common the fact that they are the most excluded, discriminated, threatened and often the poorest communities worldwide. The EU is supporting tools and initiatives to understand better indigenous peoples needs in order for them to claim their rights and not be left behind. 
In West Africa, more than two million children work in cocoa plantations, harvesting the raw product used for making chocolate and other high-value goods. Earlier this year, the European Commission gathered stakeholders at a workshop to assess what needs to be done to eradicate child labour from cocoa.
A new four-year project supported by the EU kicked-off in Brussels, bringing together key stakeholders, vowing to make cotton production sustainable, free from child and forced labour.
The VET Toolbox promotes demand driven and inclusive vocational education and training by working with partner countries to strengthen their capacity to implement VET and labour market reforms, enhancing labour market relevance and employability for all.

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