Helen Osborne is a youth employment specialist with experience across research, policy and practice spanning the public, private and non-profit sectors. As a consultant, Helen has worked with The World Bank, ILO, UNICEF and GIZ as well as Foundation and INGO clients. Her portfolio includes programme and policy design; primary and secondary research; and strategy development. She has workedin Myanmar and Mongolia as well as East Africa (Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda). Helen holds a first class degree from Oxford University (MA Oxon) and a Masters degree from Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Paris, and King’s College, London.
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The discourse on quality jobs and decent work has changed since the onset of the pandemic. This transition has provided key insights and policy implications.