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February 2019 | INCLUDE Newsletter
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pitching ideas for Decent jobs for youth
Dear reader,

Eleven research teams presented their ideas on generating evidence on how to boost decent jobs for youth at a meeting in Nairobi on 31 January and 1 February. The meeting was part of the research initiative on ‘Boosting decent employment for Africa’s youth’, which looks at what works and why for youth employment in a changing world. Find out more about the research initiative and the outcomes of this meeting.

After a successful meet up in January for the research programme ‘New roles of CSOs for inclusive development’, we felt that it was time to write a news item to share with you where we are at in scrutinizing the assumptions underlying the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Dialogue & Dissent framework. Also read about the research teams’ experiences on-the-ground in their blogs.

Kind regards,

INCLUDE Secretariat

News
Sharing insights with ambassadors on addressing inequality
 
Prof. Marleen Dekker (INCLUDE) and Antonie de Kemp (IOB) attended the 2019 Dutch ambassadors’ conference, where they discussed inequality in Sub Saharan Africa. In an interview by Alle Dorhout (head of Africa Department of Dutch MFA), they shared findings from INCLUDE’s research and the IOB report, thereby cashing in on the outcomes of INCLUDE’s Inclusive Development Conference
Download conference report

Autonomy and ownership in Indian CSOs
 
On-the-ground experience in India shows that the work of civil society organizations (CSOs) is shaped by its local context. This publication gives three examples showing why autonomy and ownership is complex and dynamic.
 
Read the opinion piece
Policy publication: boosting productive employment in Africa

This policy publication puts forward the most important messages for policy from INCLUDE’s synthesis on 'Boosting productive employment in Africa: what works and why?'. The publication is one in a series of three policy papers that summarize INCLUDE’s syntheses on the themes strategic actors, social protection, and productive employment.
 
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The latest evidence on gender and development
  
This World Bank article presents the recent evidence on gender equity in development. It looks at the current challenges and opportunities for women around the world in marriage, their outside options, and cultural norms and laws.
Read the article
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