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PEP Board member named one of Egypt’s 50 most influential women

February 18, 2020 | Egypt

Dr. Hanan Morsy, a member of PEP’s Board of Directors, has been named one of Egypt’s 50 most influential women.

Immediate policy and public responses to PEP Research Fellows' studies

January 2020 

Two studies by PEP Research Fellows triggered immediate policy and media responses in Argentina and Brazil.

New Year's Message from PEP's leadership team

January, 2020

PEP's Chair of the Board and Executive Director reflect on the accomplishments of 2019 and look forward to the opportunities 2020 will bring for PEP and PEP researchers.

Season's Greetings from PEP

December 2019

Season's Greetings and best wishes for 2020 from PEP

2019 issue of PEP-talk now available

December 2018

Reporting on the most recent findings and outcomes from PEP-supported research and activities around the world.

Decent Jobs for Youth Knowledge Facility launched

December 11, 2019

Partners of the UN Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth launch knowledge facility and data finder on youth employment.

PEP commits to Decent Jobs for Youth

December 2019

PEP pledges its commitment to the Global Initiative on Decent Jobs for Youth, contributing high-quality, local evidence to inform policymaking in seven African countries. 

Jean-Yves Duclos appointed President of the Treasury Board, Canada

November 20, 2019 | Ottawa, Canada

Congratulations to PEP co-founder Jean-Yves Duclos, appointed President of the Treasury Board in the new Canadian Liberal Government.

Encouraging successful youth entrepreneurship through training

November 2019

Findings from a number of PEP projects agree that training is essential to the success of young entrepreneurs in developing countries.

How can promoting trade maximize labour market benefits?

November 2019

Findings from a number of PEP projects agree that the benefits of trade are often unequally distributed, and can be greater when measures also support small producers.

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