Aligned and committed to the IDB’s Vision 2025, the SEALC Network provides its members with a space for the creation and promotion of open knowledge in the region. This space is designed to share information on the latest activities of the SEALC Network, information capsules, interviews, launches, and other audiovisual materials that are of interest to our members.
THE DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION OF PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN
Technical Support Network to Employment Services in Latin America and the Caribbean (SEALC Network), conducted a Regional Policy Dialogue on the digital transformation of public employment services in Latin America and the Caribbean. This event took place in Lima, Peru, in October 2022, and provided the space for global and regional experts and employment officials to discuss the importance of digital transformation for job recovery.
DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: WHY IS IT ESSENTIAL FOR PUBLIC EMPLOYMENT SERVICES?
Digital transformation brings an opportunity to improve the efficiency and reach of public employment services, more so in today’s everchanging labor markets composed of flexible and mobile job seekers and occupations. In this video, world class experts and labor market officials in Latin America and the Caribbean shed light on the importance of having public employment services that are more digital in the region.
SEALC NETWORK STEERING COMITEE
The SEALC Network became an IDB regional public good in 2019, an opportunity to strengthen the initiative by reviewing its operation. At the same time, the first Steering Committee was created to help with the follow-up and fulfillment of the activities proposed by the Network to support and strengthen the PES in the region.
Labour Migration: Opportunity or Threat?
Latin American public employment services are called upon to play a key role as managers of international labor migration. What can we learn from the experience of developed countries?
Why Should Public Employment Services and the Productive Sector Work Together?
Experts from various Latin American countries comment on the need for developing an alliance between public employment services and the productive sector.
Labor Migration as an Engine of Development
We converse with the experts in international labor migration Iván Martín and Miguel Peromingo about the so-called "Triple Victory of Labor Mobility" and the role of the public employment services to promote legal, orderly mobility that contributes to the most strategic sectors.