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Blueprints for Building Incubation Hubs for Youth Agritech Entrepreneurs: A Co-Creation Session

Restless Development, MasterCard Foundation, Youth Think Tank, Seeds of Peace, Desapoint

What support do young entrepreneurs need to design and adopt technologies for the agrifood industry? The Youth Think Tank, a youth-led research initiative of the Mastercard Foundation and Restless Development, identified challenges facing young people in the agritech sector in 7 African countries. This presentation explores one of the findings - the need for incubation spaces where youth innovators and adopters can share ideas and access information, tools, resources and mentorship.

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Youth Economic Opportunities and Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean: Unpacking the Relationship and Exploring Solutions

Fundacion Espacio Publico, Fundación Capital, El Colegio de México, Canada´s International Development Research Centre (IDRC)

Espacio Público, an independent Chilean think tank, with the support and collaboration of IDRC and the IADB, has coordinated a research project on youth education and labor decisions in 9 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Enabling the Enabling Environment: Fostering Adult and Peer Relationships to Support Youth Development

Save the Children, FHI 360, Search Institute

Youth succeed when they have adequate support systems in place that encourage socioeconomic success. The enabling environment refers to the people in a child's life that model the key skills for success later in life. How can parents, mentors, teachers and employeers interact with youth without stifiling individual development?

Search Institute establishes a framework for influential figures in a child's life, while Save the Children and FHI360 demonstate how this framework can be practically applied.

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Does Your Soft Skills Curriculum Measure Up? Research-based Tools for Evaluating Your Soft Skills Curriculum or Creating a New One

World Learning

Soft skills refer to the personal habits that lead to success in both the workforce and in interpersonal relationships. This training workshop demonstrated how to teach soft skills, provide detailed information on which specific soft skills lead to employment, and encourage collaborative learning with other practictioners. Readers are encouraged to develop their own soft skill teaching plan based on the pedagogical principles presented.

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UNICEF’s Global Framework on Skills: From Theory to Practice

UNICEF

Young people are not developing the skills they need to be successful in the workforce. UNICEF proposes that a holistic approach to skill building strengthens youth confidence and has a higher success rate than a static approach. This idea is  demonstrated by UPSHIFT, a flagship UNICEF workshop that teaches marginalized youth the skills necessary to becoming social innovators and entrepreneuers. This presentation establishes UNICEF's research on youth workforce preparedness and provides case studies on the UPSHIFT Program's success in Kosovo and Jordan.

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Hard Skills, Soft Skills, Safe Spaces: WomenStrong International Launches Girls' Club Handbook to Create Stepping Stones for Impoverished Urban Girls

WomenStrong International, Financial Nutrition, Morgan Stanley

Millions of girls are not receiving the necessary financial and techincal education to thrive in the formal economy. WomenStrong Girls' Club Handbook provides educators with evidence based strategies that empower and prepare girls to succeed in the global workforce. This presentation contains samples from the handbook, launched in Fall 2018.

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Opportunities for Girls’ Empowerment through Active Engagement of Men and Boys in Youth-led Clubs

ORGANIZER: 
YouthPower Learning
DATE: 
Jun 26, 2018 (09:00am to 10:00am)

When:
Tuesday, June 26, 2018
9 A.M. to 10 A.M. (EDT)


On the day of the event, you can join the webinar here.

Girl Research and Learning (GRL) Power Project: What can we learn from girl-led research in Jordan?

ORGANIZER: 
YouthPower Learning
DATE: 
Jun 25, 2018 (08:30am to 11:30am)

Girl Research and Learning (GRL) Power Project:
What can we learn from girl-led research in Jordan?

When:
June 25, 2018
8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m (EDT) (in Arabic)  Register 

Evaluating Multi-Level, Multi-Stakeholder Interventions to Support Adolescent Girls

ORGANIZER: 
YouthPower Learning
DATE: 
Jun 20, 2018 (09:30am to 10:30am)

Evaluating Multi-Level, Multi-Stakeholder Interventions to Support Adolescent Girls

When:
Wednesday, June 20, 2018
9:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. (EDT)

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