Reports on Children and Youth

Reports on Children and Youth

Children and Youth

Our youth program works to ensure that displaced children and youth have opportunities to learn and grow so they can contribute to their communities and be able to one day support themselves and their own families.

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In Search of Safety and Solutions

Somali Refugee Adolescent Girls at Sheder and Aw Barre Camps

Thousands of Somali refugee adolescent girls ages 10 to 16 are living in refugee camps in Ethiopia. This report details their protection and empowerment needs and priorities; programs and community-based strategies that serve them; and gaps in services from girls’ perspectives.

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Tapping the Potential of Displaced Youth

Guidance for Nonformal Education and Livelihoods Development Policy and Practice

Displaced youth have historically fallen through the cracks of humanitarian services and programming. This report, based on a multiyear (2008–2011), multicountry advocacy research project, provides guidance for humanitarian policy and practice on youth education and livelihoods.

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INEE Guidance Notes on Teacher Compensation

These Guidance Notes address a critical challenge to quality education and provide a suggested framework for compensating teachers. Intended for education authorities and staff within UN agencies, teachers unions, community-based organizations, NGOs and donors.
Also available: Teacher Compensation User's Guide and Feedback form

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Refugee Girls: The Invisible Faces of War

The untold story of the millions of refugee girls whose voices are almost never heard. This is the result of a multi-year project dedicated to late executive director Mary Diaz.

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"Will you listen?": Young Voices from Conflict Zones

This youth report will accompany the official 10 year Graca Machel Strategic Review report that will be submitted to the UN General Assembly on October 17, 2007. It compiles the views and recommendations from more than 1,700 young people from 92 countries through focus group discussions (including Women's Commission research in northern Uganda and Sierra Leone) and an online questionnaire.

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Protecting Children in Armed Conflict: Blueprints for Compliance

This report is a call to action urging the UN Security Council members, the UN System, regional bodies, civil society, and national governments to respond with the resources and remedies proportionate to the grave state of affairs for children in armed conflict around the globe.

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