No matter the urban pressures in Asia and Pacific, governments and their partners must provide spaces for communities to play and interact.
Including youth in the conversation about future jobs will reduce their automation anxiety.
Working in partnership with civil society is critical to effectively implement the 2030 Agenda.
If the tourism industry becomes truly sustainable, Georgian youth will have a reason to stay in their regions, or even return to them from Tbilisi.
CSOs’ presence on the ground has developed their ability to work with community chiefs under the customary system.
CSO participation can help make development projects as environmentally sustainable as they should be.
Sensitivity to the local context always pays off – even more in such a fragile environment.
Mobilizing youth to generate data for social good can create the momentum for change.
Engaging with civil society will help the Paris agreement’s accountability mechanism become more effective.
For social protection to become truly inclusive, social protection must meet the needs of younger women and men.