National Initiatives to Promote Quality Apprenticeships in G20 Countries

Across inclusiveness functions, trade unions are twice as active around gender and rural issues.


Some groups are more socially and economically challenged than others in finding meaningful employment; such as special needs individuals, women in certain cases, the rural populace, and others from backward sections of society. What role can employer and worker groups play to promote inclusiveness in apprenticeships?

This is the concluding part of a four-part series that examines the employer and worker group participation in apprenticeships.

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