The Forum seeks to be a milestone in defining and exemplifying what it means to take youth policies forward in the twenty-first century.
At 28, Nesma is the principal provider for her children and husband, who is living with a disability. Like many others in Egypt, her family isMore
Projects and Initiatives
1st Global Forum on Youth Policies
"The interests of the indigenous peoples must be part of the new development agenda in order for it to succeed […] " Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
This handbook for parliamentarians presents good practices in relation to the recognition and exercise of indigenous peoples’ rights in different regions of the world.
This series of Issue Briefs have been prepared as part of the Global Thematic Consultation on Governance and the Post-2015 Development Agenda.
The UNDP Youth Strategy offers key entry points for systematic and coordinated action to support youth within an increasingly complex development context for their social, economic and political development.
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