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Unemployment and underemployment amongst young people are major issues as is lack of work experience, which is a key barrier for young people to find employment. As a result, young people are hugely overly represented in the informal job market which is poorly paid, insecure and outside the jurisdiction of labour laws. There is a lack of policy specifically addressing the employment of care leavers. However, there are
some developments, such as the 2015 DIF Model of Residence discussed above. Greater powers need to be accorded to DIF through legislation, so that it is a legal requirement for other agencies and organizations to respond to and provide support and services as required by DIF for children and young people in and leaving care. This could facilitate better integrated working between placement institutions and the education and business sectors, to ensure better provisions for young people in care and better preparation for them in the run up to leaving care.
|Título de la publicación alojada||Decent work and social protection for young people leaving care|
|Subtítulo de la publicación alojada||Gaps and responses in 12 countries worldwide|
|Lugar de publicación||Vienna, Austria|
|Editorial||SOS Children’s Villages International|
|Número de páginas||5|
|Estado||Published - 2018|
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Ciencias sociales (todo)
- Sociología y ciencias políticas
HuellaProfundice en los temas de investigación de 'Decent work and social protection for young people leaving care. Country mapping report: México'. En conjunto forman una huella única.
Leticia Ivonne López Villarreal (Member)9 oct 2018 → …
Leticia Ivonne López Villarreal (Participant)1 mar 2018
Leticia Ivonne López Villarreal (Participant), Hilda Paredes (Member of programme committee) & Mónica López (Member of programme committee)14 ago 2018 → 15 ago 2018