Angela Constance will outline the approach the Scottish Government has taken to reducing joblessness among young people.
The number of under 25-year-olds out of work recently fell in Scotland for a second consecutive month, the Scottish Government said. However, the issue is still a big problem, with many young Scots struggling to find a job.
Ms Constance will speak at an event held by the Work Foundation.
She said: "The event will consider the challenge of the unemployment in the UK, how we compare to other countries and explore what we can learn from other countries.
"The Work Foundation plays a significant part in analysing employment issues across the UK.
"With Scotland currently having the lowest level of youth unemployment in the UK, now at its lowest level since March to May 2011, I believe we have an increasingly positive tale to tell.
"As part of an additional investment of £80 million into supporting young people into work, we have already guaranteed a place in education or training for everyone aged 16 to 19, and will shortly launch a new Employer Recruitment Incentive to help more firms invest in our young people."