Commitment Measures Lead / Supporting Entities
1. Enhance national capacity to develop gender- sensitive strategies for decent work for youth   1.1. Global and regional partnerships for decent work for youth established across the UN System to place employment of young people in both rural and urban areas at the centre of the development agenda

Lead:  ILO

Supporting:
DESA, ECA, ECLAC, ESCAP,
ESCWA FAO, IFAD, UNDP, UNESCO, UN-HABITAT, UNIDO, UNRWA, UNV

1.2.  Multi-pronged youth employment strategies implemented through gender- sensitive national policies and time-bound action plans

Lead:  ILO

Supporting:
ECA, FAO, IFAD, UNDP,
UNESCO, UN-HABITAT, UNIDO, UNV, UN Women, UNWTO, YEN

1.3.  Young people and their organizations engaged in the development of national youth employment strategies

Lead:  ILO

Supporting:
FAO, IFAD, OSGEY, UN-
HABITAT, UNV, YEN

2.    Support the improvement and enforcement of rights at work for youth and implement employment and skills development programmes to ease the transition of disadvantaged youth to decent
work1
2.1. Mechanisms for monitoring and sharing information on rights at work for youth strengthened

Lead:  ILO

Supporting:
FAO, IFAD, OHCHR, OSGEY, UN-
HABITAT

2.2. Strategies implemented to increase employability and ease the transitions to decent work for disadvantaged youth

Lead:  ILO, UNESCO

Supporting:
OSGEY, UNDP,
UN-HABITAT, IFAD

2.3. Countries assisted in developing comprehensive and evidence-based employment and livelihoods programmes targeting disadvantaged youth Lead:  FAO, ILO, UN-HABITAT, UNDP

Supporting:
ECA, IFAD, OSGEY, UNDP, UNIDO, UN Women

1 The terms “disadvantaged”, “marginalized” and “vulnerable” are used throughout the System-wide Action Plan on Youth. These are loose terms encompassing many different individuals and groups and precise definitions vary by UN entity.