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Reaching 10 million young people by 2021
The African Union Commission, Generation Unlimited and UNICEF aim to reach 10 million young people by 2021.
5 tips to be ready for the future of work
By Ulises Brengi, 22, Argentina, a member of the Generation Unlimited Young People’s Action Team
Our Journey in Review
Launched at the UN General Assembly in 2018, Generation Unlimited has generated broad interest from government and leaders from business and civil society.
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Generation Unlimited Brochure
Creating better education, skills, employment and entrepreneurial opportunities for young people worldwide
Generation Unlimited Brochure (English)
Generation Unlimited Brochure (Spanish)
Generation Unlimited Brochure (French)
Generation Unlimited Brochure (Arabic)
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Annual Report 2019
2019 was a year rich in partnerships and results as Generation Unlimited finalized its strategy and started operating its business model in countries.
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Meet the Unlimited | Ulises Brengi
Ulises Brengi, 22, Argentina, started a youth-empowerment initiative at 16 that focused on recycling in public high schools and works to engage young people
Adebola Williams appointed as Generation Unlimited Champion
Williams hopes to engage a critical mass of young people with a transformational mindset.
Meet the Unlimited | Cynthia Nyongesa
Cynthia Nyongesa founded the blog and brand “Cynthia Untamed” to highlight the stories of young people who are positively impacting their communities.
A third of youth surveyed globally by UNICEF say their education is not preparing them with the skills to get jobs
PwC and UNICEF join forces to boost youth skills worldwide
Catching up to her dreams
I have always been a noise maker, in school, at home, with my friends, I always have something to say.