Hard Work: Youth Employment Programming in Honiara, Solomon Islands
Across the Pacific, youth unemployment is regarded by governments, donors and citizens as one of the region’s key concerns, not only because of its effect on economic advancement, but also because of a perceived association between joblessness and insecurity, including the prospect of youth-driven crime and violence. Over the last two decades, increased scholarly attention has been paid to the link between youth unemployment and issues of social instability, most famously heralded by Henrik...[Show more]
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