Job creation and the Triple Crisis

The aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis strengthened international policy debate regarding high rates of joblessness. However prior to the crisis, a major policy commitment had emerged from the United Nations World Summit. The General Assembly;

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The Triple Crisis: Policy context

The 1987 United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development prompted a global agenda to safeguard the interests of future generations. The subsequent Brundtland Report (1987) called for a new era of economic growth, one which would be ‘forceful and at the same time socially and environmentally sustainable’.

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