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Talent on the Move

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Talent on the Move

Youth on the move across continents represent a unique, yet largely untapped pool of talent, ideas and entrepreneurship. Often resilient, highly motivated and with experience overcoming adversity, migrant and displaced youth have the potential to help solve some of our greatest challenges. Yet, while talent is universal, for many, opportunities are hard to come by.

This report leverages the technology of U Report to ask 26,375 people, including 8,764 young people (aged 14 – 24 years), about their aspirations to learn and earn, and the unique barriers they face – as a girl, or as a refugee, trying to access the labour market with or without legal status. Underpinned by the poll findings and told through the eyes of youth, it shines a light on the potential of young people on the move to be change makers, entrepreneurs, and innovators – transforming their communities and economies. It also calls on world leaders and policy makers to increase recognition of and investment in the talents and potential of youth on the move, including by cocreating learning to earning solutions with and for youth.

Fecha de publicación
Tipo de material
Destinatarios
All
Idioma
Ámbito geográfico
Grupo de trabajo
No
Proceso de revisión regional
No
Tema transversal
ODS
SDG.4 - Quality Education
SDG.8 - Decent Work And Economic Growth
Palabras clave
Child and young migrants
Education services and training opportunities
Innovative data sources on migration
Labour markets and employment
Status
Published

Talent on the Move

Youth on the move across continents represent a unique, yet largely untapped pool of talent, ideas and entrepreneurship. Often resilient, highly motivated and with experience overcoming adversity, migrant and displaced youth have the potential to help solve some of our greatest challenges. Yet, while talent is universal, for many, opportunities are hard to come by.

This report leverages the technology of U Report to ask 26,375 people, including 8,764 young people (aged 14 – 24 years), about their aspirations to learn and earn, and the unique barriers they face – as a girl, or as a refugee, trying to access the labour market with or without legal status. Underpinned by the poll findings and told through the eyes of youth, it shines a light on the potential of young people on the move to be change makers, entrepreneurs, and innovators – transforming their communities and economies. It also calls on world leaders and policy makers to increase recognition of and investment in the talents and potential of youth on the move, including by cocreating learning to earning solutions with and for youth.


*Todas las referencias a Kosovo deben entenderse en el contexto de la Resolución 1244 [1999] del Consejo de Seguridad de las Naciones Unidas.