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Tunisia : Breaking the Barriers to Youth Inclusion

ACCESS TO EDUCATION ACCESS TO INFORMATION ADMINISTRATIVE REGIONS ADULTHOOD AGE GROUPS BASIC EDUCATION CAPACITY BUILDING CITIES CITIZENSHIP CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS COMMUNITIES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY LIFE CULTURAL BARRIERS CURRICULA CURRICULUM DECISION MAKING DIGNITY DISCRIMINATION AGAINST WOMEN DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH DOMESTIC POLITICS DROPOUT DROPOUT RATES DROPOUTS ECONOMIC GROWTH ECONOMIC INTEGRATION ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITIES EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT EDUCATIONAL POLICIES EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS EQUAL ACCESS EQUAL OPPORTUNITY ESSENTIAL SKILLS FAMILIES FAMILY FORMATION FEMALE GENDER GENDER DIFFERENCES GENDER DISCRIMINATION GENDER EQUALITY GENDER GAPS GENDER INEQUALITIES GIRLS GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT HEALTHY LIFESTYLES HOUSEHOLD SURVEYS HOUSEHOLDS HUMAN CAPITAL HUMAN RIGHTS INTERNATIONAL LABOUR ORGANISATION INTERVENTIONS JOURNALISTS LABOR FORCE LABOR MARKET LEARNING LEGAL PROTECTION LEGAL RIGHTS LEGAL STATUS LEGAL SUPPORT LIFE EXPECTANCY LIFE SKILLS LITERACY LITERACY RATES LOCAL AUTHORITIES LOCAL DEVELOPMENT LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MALE YOUTH MIGRANTS NATIONAL DIALOGUE NATIONAL DIGNITY NATIONAL GOVERNMENT NATIONAL LEVEL NATIONAL LEVELS NATIONAL POLICY NATIONAL YOUTH COUNCILS NATIONAL YOUTH POLICIES NATIONAL YOUTH POLICY NEIGHBORHOODS NONGOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS OLDER MEN PARTICIPATION IN DECISION POLICY DIALOGUE POLICY LEVEL POLICY MAKERS POLITICAL PARTICIPATION POLITICAL PARTIES POLITICAL RIGHTS POPULATION ESTIMATES PRIMARY SCHOOL PRIVATE LIFE PROGRESS PUBLIC EDUCATION PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS PUBLIC LIFE PUBLIC OPINION PUBLIC POLICY PUBLIC SERVICES PUBLIC SPHERE QUALITY EDUCATION RADIO REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT REGIONAL DISPARITIES REGIONALISM RELIGIOUS GROUPS RELIGIOUS INSTITUTIONS RELIGIOUS ORGANIZATIONS RESPECT RURAL AREAS RURAL YOUTH RURAL YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SCHOOL LEAVERS SCHOOL LEVELS SCHOOL SYSTEM SCHOOLING SCHOOLS SECONDARY DEGREE SECONDARY EDUCATION SECONDARY SCHOOL SECONDARY SCHOOLING SECONDARY SCHOOLS SELF-ESTEEM SERVICE PROVIDERS SKILLS TRAINING SMALL ENTERPRISES SOCIAL CHANGE SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL EXCLUSION SOCIAL JUSTICE SOCIAL MOBILIZATION SOCIAL NORMS SOCIAL RESEARCH SOCIAL SCIENCE SOCIAL SCIENCES SOCIAL SECURITY SOCIAL SKILLS SPOUSE STUDENT PARTICIPATION SUBCULTURES TEACHERS TELEVISION TERTIARY EDUCATION TRADE UNIONS TV UNEMPLOYMENT RATES UNIVERSITY EDUCATION URBAN AREAS URBAN WOMEN URBAN YOUTH VILLAGES VIOLENCE WAGES WORKFORCE WORKING CONDITIONS WORLD POPULATION YOUNG AGES YOUNG MEN YOUNG PEOPLE YOUNG PERSON YOUNG WOMEN YOUNG WORKERS YOUNGER WOMEN YOUTH YOUTH ADVOCACY YOUTH CULTURE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT YOUTH EMPLOYMENT YOUTH INITIATIVES YOUTH ORGANIZATIONS YOUTH PARTICIPATION YOUTH POLICIES YOUTH POLICY YOUTH SERVICES YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT YOUTH VOLUNTEERS YOUTH-FRIENDLY SERVICES
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Washington, DC
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
2014-12-12T20:57:08Z | 2014-12-12T20:57:08Z | 2014-11

The report is organized along the different dimensions of youth inclusion. Chapter two investigates voice and participation of young Tunisians, and identifies both constraints and opportunities for their engagement in civic and political life. Chapter three highlights available economic opportunities for young Tunisians and presents the state of employment and entrepreneurship, including informal work, as well as gender and regional disparities, and relevant socioeconomic and educational data. Chapter four discusses economic exclusion through unemployment and inactivity, and highlights the severity of the situation faced by young Tunisians that are not in education, employment or training (NEET). Chapter five discusses programs and services relevant to employment, for example, the Active Labor Market Programs (ALMPs) and, including the programs' quality and impact. Chapter six presents conclusions and recommendations, recognizing the need to address the interrelatedness of the different dimensions by combining a strong focus on inclusive youth policy and institutions with a call for youth participation in decision-making.

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