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Youth Issues

Childwatch Projects

Research Resources

Research Institutions and Networks


IGO and NGO resources

  • International Youth Foundation 
  • dgCommunities: Youth for Development: includes knowledge resources focused on development issues and an interactive space where youth can share their own work, participate in discussions, find people with similar interests and more. More than 60,000 reports, best practice documents, events, websites, news items, online discussion forums.
  • Youth to Youth Community Y2Y  is a network of young employees within the Bank working together with external youth with an aim to mainstream youth issues in development. (external link)
  • YouThink! website for youth about global issues that matter to young people today. Explore the research, knowledge and experience gathered by World Bank experts on issues like poverty, development, and conflict.
  • Global Youth Network - UNODC. Facilitates communication between youth groups and UNODC, collects and disseminates information on good practices and builds the capacity of youth groups across the world to conceptualise and implement drug abuse prevention projects. (external link)
  • UNPF - Supporting Adolescents and Youth. Promotes health, access to sexual and reproductive health information, education, commodities and services and expands access to youth-friendly services, livelihood and employment programmes, advocates for youth friendly policies. Website includes publication and special reports. (external link)
  • The World Federation of United Nations Associations Youth (WFUNA Youth) is the youth section of the World Federation of United Nations Associations (WFUNA) and thus the global umbrella organization for all United Nations Youth Associations and UNA Youth Sections/Programmes around the world. It is a youth-led NGO entirely consisting of young volunteers
  • HandsonScotland - Toolkit of helpful responses to encourage children and young people's emotional wellbeing 


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Published Sep. 26, 2008 3:28 PM - Last modified Sep. 5, 2013 3:50 PM