Skip navigation

Manage categories

Close

Create and manage categories in Employment and Skills Strategies in Southeast Asia (ESSSA). Removing a category will not remove content.

Categories in Employment and Skills Strategies in Southeast Asia (ESSSA)
Add a new category (0 remaining)

Manage Announcements

Close

Create and manage announcements in Employment and Skills Strategies in Southeast Asia (ESSSA). Try to limit the announcements to keep them useful.

Announcements in Employment and Skills Strategies in Southeast Asia (ESSSA)
Subject Author Date Actions

How to use this space

WELCOME!

 

On this site all ESSSA partners could:

- Create, comment on, rate documents or upload a file
- Start and reply to discussions or ask a question

 

We also recommend you to click on Receive email notifications (at right), to receive an automatic email alert every time a new item is posted on this space. User manual

 

If you find this space interesting, you may also visit the OECD LEED space about Local scenarios of demographic change

Categories

Latest Poll

Refresh this widget

An OECD LEED initiative

Employment and Skills Strategies in Southeast Asia (ESSSA)

The Employment and Skills Strategies in Southeast Asia (ESSSA) initiative is managed by the OECD Programme on Local Economic and Employment Development in collaboration with the ILO and ASEAN and with the support of the European Commission.

The objectives of this initiative are to:

  • Guide policy makers in the design of policies which tackle complex cross-cutting labour market issues.
  • Build the capacity of practitioners in implementing effective local employment and skills development strategies.
  • Assist in the development of governance mechanisms conducive to policy integration and partnership at the local level.

The collaboration and exchange of knowledge uses the following mechanisms:

  • Networking: The initiative networks stakeholders involved in local employment and skills development throughout the region.
  • Expert meetings: Expert meetings are held on specific themes at the request of interested countries, gathering policymakers, practitioners and researchers.
  • Research: ESSSA carries out a research programme responding to the needs of policymakers and practitioners in the region. Findings feed discussion at expert meetings and are disseminated through the network.
  • Capacity building: Capacity building sessions are organised on specific themes at the request of countries and organisations.

 

Download the ESSSA informative brochure.

Recent Content

Refresh this widget
Filter by Categories & Tags

ESSSA reports

    2011 - 2012

Skills_Development_Pathways_Asia_cover.jpg

August 2012

 

Skills Development Pathways in Asia

Skills and educational development for inclusive and sustainable growth are becoming significant drivers in OECD countries. Asian countries are not lagging behind on the challenge; on the contrary, they are taking diverse pathways in skills training and education to achieve the end.

 

This report focuses on current efforts in 15 countries in the Asian region: Australia, Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, China, India, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam. Together, these countries represent one of the most dynamic regions in the world, with steady growth, even during the recent financial crisis.

 

Download the entire report.



    2010 - 2011

Jobs-rich Growth in Asia

April 2011

 

Job-rich Growth in Asia: Strategies for local employment, skills development and social protection

Jobs-rich Growth in Asia discusses some of the most pressing issues that countries in Southeast Asia are facing in regard to boosting local employment and skills development while advancing social protection strategies in emerging, fast-growing labour markets. A joint OECD/ILO initiative, this book analyses local approaches in Asia to modernise labour markets and skills strategies and shows how local recovery is taking place through a combination of policy measures on employment creation, skills development and social protection. Read more



    2009
ESSSA First report

November 2009

 

ESSSA first report: Setting the scene

This report identifies and discusses employment and skills strategies in Southeast Asia. The aim of the exercise is to identify a number of characteristics and trends of employment and skills development in the region which can be explored and addressed further by the ESSSA initiative.

The report is divided into five sections. Section two, following the introduction, discusses the economic and labour market context. Section three discusses key issues for employment and skills development. Section four discusses policy responses and initiatives; and section five briefly suggests key issues of employment and skills development in Southeast Asia for further discussion and analysis.

 

Download the executive summary.

Download the entire report.

Actions

Notifications

Popular Tags

In collaboration with

ASEAN

 

ILO

 

ITCILO

 

ledknowledge

 

 

With the support of the European Commission

European Commission