Overview of Evidence

A high-level review of strategies that can improve outcomes for young people (10–24) across secondary-age education, skills and training, employment, entrepreneurship, and civic engagement.

Youth work together at a inclusive computer education class at the LEC of Ali-Sabbieh in Djibouti.
UN0199367/Shehzad Noorani

Highlights

Provides a high-level review of strategies that can improve outcomes for young people (10–24) across secondary-age education, skills and training, employment, entrepreneurship, and civic engagement. The overview highlights practices that the GenU partnership can learn from and build upon. It is divided into three sections:
A) An overview of findings from seminal reports and academic literature on the topics vital to GenU
B) Case studies of the ways governments, NGOs, and the private sector have attempted to improve outcomes for young people
C) Research on effective ways to drive multi-sector partnerships

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