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Beyond Consultation: In Support of More Meaningful Adolescent Participation


In 2000, the Women’s Refugee Commission initiated a ‘series of four action-oriented, participatory studies with adolescents affected by armed conflict’. Unpacking this mouthful of jargon and explaining that the idea would involve intensive research and advocacy designed and conducted by adolescents themselves, we asked young people in Kosovo (2000), northern Uganda (2001), and Sierra Leone (2002) about their interest in getting involved.

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