FULL LIST OF MEN & BOYS

Five Steps to More Meaningful Youth Engagement

JBS International, Inc.

My name is Matthew French and I work for JBS International, Inc. This blog draws upon research conducted under contract with USAID’s office of Education (read the full youth engagement report here), as well as my own experiences working with young people.

Increasing Access: Innovative Finance for Higher Education

Brighter Investment, Universidad San Ignacio de Loyola (USIL), Uniterra A WUSC and CECI Program

 

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Presentation

Tell Me a Story: A Tool for Youth Skills Development and Violence Prevention

IREX, FHI 360

In Tunisia, IREX and FHI 360 are engaging youth in storytelling as a means for building empathy, a key cross-sectoral soft skill proven to support violence prevention.

Resource Type: 
Presentation

Youth Economic Opportunities and Violence in Central America

Making Cents International, International Development Research Centre, National Scientific & Technical Research Council, FLASCO Costa Rica, Fundacion Salvador del Mundo (FUSALMO)

 

Resource Type: 
Presentation

YouthLead Photo Contest

YouthLead

ABOUT THE YOUTHLEAD PHOTO CONTEST

Showcase your work globally! This photo contest provides you, as a young changemaker, a global platform to show the impact of your changemaking activities. We will award ten prizes to the best photos that demonstrate how your work creates a positive impact in your community. 

We are looking for creative and high-quality photos that tell a powerful story of how you are achieving impact in your community, however you define that community—your neighborhood, your district, your school or university, your country….or the planet.

Building the workforce of the future: Resilient people and places

ORGANIZER: 
Brookings
DATE: 
May 21, 2019 (09:00am to 07:00pm)

Unfilled jobs, low labor force participation, and declining economic mobility suggest education systems are struggling to equip workers with the skills employers demand. In a time of rapid technological change, how can private and public sector leaders join together with the education community to build more resilient people and places?

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