"It seeks to help young workers identify their role in contributing to, promoting and maintaining fair and productive workplaces – a key objective for the development of their communities."

What is it?

This toolkit contains templates for individual and group exercises to promote young workers' rights at work.

How does it work?

It accompanies the guide on Rights@Work for Youth and is meant to be used in training sessions for young workers.

Why is it useful?

The activities offered in the toolkit can enhance different skill sets that help young people effectively exercise their rights.

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Page (corresponds to the English)

93-158

Year of publication

Unknown

Audience

Staff of labour market institutions in charge of employment promotion, trade unions, employment service advisors, school teachers and trainers, young leaders and peers, young people between the ages of 15 and 29 who are about to enter, or have recently entered, the labour market