Young people are losing jobs faster than adults, but targeted policies can help them re-engage with the labor market.
Young people have a unique perspective on international development. Here are examples of how they are helping Asia and the Pacific deal with COVID-19.
To reduce air pollution, national and city government policy makers, their development partners, academe, and the private sector need to work with young people.
Skills training, civic engagement and youth forums will help young people become active players in society’s shared efforts to grow and improve.
Including youth in the conversation about future jobs will reduce their automation anxiety.
The stories remind us that young people are not bystanders passively watching the reef die, but heroes leading the fight to save their natural heritage.
For social protection to become truly inclusive, social protection must meet the needs of younger women and men.
The youth have the power in their hands to shape not only their future, but also the current state of affairs.
Despite the challenge of limited employment opportunities, for both the Palau government and youth leaders the future of the country’s youth looks bright.