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Joint programming on youth employment and migratioN A training guide

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Joint programming on youth employment and migration, A training guide / International Labour Office, Youth Employment Programme, Employment Policy Department. - Geneva: ILO, 2013 ISBN 978-92-2-128066-8 (print) ISBN 978-92-2-128067-5 (web pdf) International Labour Office; Employment Policy Dept youth employment / labour migration / employment policy / plan of action /programme evaluation / developed countries / developing countries 13.01.3 ILO Cataloguing in Publication Data

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Acknowledgements The authors of this training guide are Valli’ Corbanese and Gianni Rosas. This guide is one of the products developed under the Knowledge Management Facility on Youth Employment and Migration. This facility was sponsored by Spain through the Achievement Fund of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG-F). This training guide was developed to offer a practical guide for the design, monitoring and evaluation of joint programmes of the United Nations (UN) on youth, employment and migration. It consists of a set of learning modules and a toolkit with examples, templates and suggestions to manage joint programming on the specific topic of youth employment. Guidance is also provided on the formulation, implementation and evaluation of these programmes, as well as on joint fundraising on youth employment by different UN entities. The modules and tools of this guide were developed for and validated at three international workshops that took place between 2011 and 2012. The helpful comments and suggestions of the programme managers of the 15 joint programmes on youth employment and migration during these workshops are acknowledged with many thanks. Gratitude is expressed to Paz Arancibia, manager of the UN joint programme in Tunisia, Redha Ameur, ILO programme analyst, and Juan Chacaltana, manager of the joint programme in Peru, for h