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Beyond Dividing Lines: The Reality of Youth-Led Peacebuilding in Afghanistan, Colombia, Libya and Sierra Leone

United Network of Young Peacebuilders

This report presents the findings of research carried out in Afghanistan, Colombia, Libya and Sierra Leone between January and October 2018 by the United Network of Young Peacebuilders (UNOY Peacebuilders) with the support of USAID’s YouthPower Learning Project. The project was undertaken in collaboration with four UNOY Peacebuilders member organisations: Afghans for Progressive Thinking, Fundación Escuelas de Paz, Together We Built It and Youth Participation in Peace and Development-Sierra Leone (YPPD-SL).

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Youth Protest Movements in Afghanistan: Seeking Voice and Agency

United States Institute of Peace
After the fall of the Taliban in 2001, Afghanistan’s new political order provided space for increased political participation, more education, and antiregime personal expression, some of which took the form of protest movements. Especially after the 2014 presidential election, high-profile youth protest movements became a notable element on the political scene, though none has yet proved sustainable. 
 
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New Directions: Creating Pathways for and with Opportunity Youth

Opportunity Youth Collaborative

On Wednesday, November 7, 2018, the Boston PIC and the Boston Opportunity Agenda brought together 200 institution leaders and community partners for the release of New Directions: Creating Career Pathways for and with Opportunity Youth. This report chronicles the Opportunity Youth Collaborative’s activities and lessons learned over its six-year effort to engage opportunity youth in career pathways.

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The Youth Advantage: Engaging Young People in Green Growth

International Fund for Agricultural Development

In 2030, young people will make up around 15 per cent of the world’s population, and rural youth about 6 per cent.

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Dreams Deterred: Opportunities to Promote Self-Reliance for Somali Refugee Youth in Kenya

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

Somali refugees in Kenya currently find themselves in limbo with only restrictive and impractical options available to them. The majority of these refugees are unable to return to Somalia, despite recent efforts by the Governments of Kenya and Somalia and UNHCR, due to sustained threats to their protection, safety and dignity in what continues to be a fragile post-conflict situation. Opportunities for third country resettlement are concurrently diminishing, particularly in Europe and the United States of America, due to a sharp decline in refugee resettlement quotas.

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Western Balkans Labor Market Trends 2018

World Bank Group, Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies

Executive Summary

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Economic Impacts of Child Marriage: Global Synthesis Report

International Center of Research on Women (ICRW) and the World Bank

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Supporting Young Entrepreneurs: What Works? An Evidence and Learning Review from the YBI network

Youth Business International

An Evidence and Learning review from our global network, commissioned by Youth Business International and their partner EY.

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Labor Skills, Productivity, and Human Resources Management Study

USAID, Management & Training Corporation (MTC), Egyptian National Competitiveness Council (ENCC), and the Workforce Improvement and Skill Ehancement (WISE) Project

This study of labor market dynamics in Egypt was offers relevant and timely information for stakeholders and decision-makers. The mixed-methods study employed a phased approach to assess Egypt's economic context, labor supply and demand, and the gender context related to the labor market. 

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Global Survey Report on the United Nations' Work on Youth (Youth-SWAP Outcomes, 2014-2016)

United Nations, UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs, DESA) and United Nations Development Programme, UNDP)

This report presents findings from the 2014-2016 Global Youth-SWAP Survey as well as narrative examples of the UN’s work in the field covering Brazil, China, Egypt, Haiti, Kyrgyzstan, Montenegro, Morocco, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Sri Lanka.

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