Open_Data

Open Data Revolution: What’s beyond the hype?

Celebrating 200 fact sheets in 200 days

The deep, the dark, the dusty: 200 fact sheets, 200 days, now one click away

YOUTHPOLICY RESOURCES

Youth policy resources: audits and reviews

Youth policy reviews

We assess the impact of public policies on the rights of all young people through independent reviews by local youth research teams. More 

Youth policy resources: online library

Youth policy library

Our online library has thousands of documents and is searchable by name, author, keyword, institution, region – in any combination. More 

Youth policy resources: academic youth journals

Academic journals

We maintain an overview of academic journals that publish on youth issues around the globe, sortable by region or by subscription type. More 

Youth policy resources: introduction and faq

What is youth policy?

We have written an overview of and introduction to youth policy at national, at regional and at international level – our youth policy faq. More 

YOUTHPOLICY ARTICLES

How can youth work help create a more tolerant future?

From challenging yourself to challenging racism: How can youth work help create a more tolerant future?

Riin Lumiste, International Youth Work Coordinator at Tähe Youth Club in Tartu, Estonia, here tells of how a youth exchange brought to light the troubling spectre of racism in our societies, and calls for action to overcome intolerance. More 

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Curing the Climate Zombie Part V: Bringing Power to Paris

The climate talks are destined for a future as a legal zombie, yet all roads lead back to the UNFCCC and there are numerous ways of reforming it. In the final part of the ‘Curing the Climate Zombie’ series, Luke and Tom consider the role of youth in reforming the UNFCCC, and creating a joined up movement across bodies for climate action. More 

Nothing to hide, everything to fear: On the way towards digital freedom

Nothing to hide, everything to fear: On the way towards digital freedom

In the post-Snowden world, young people’s attitudes towards surveillance, the role of Governments and whistleblowers is sparking a change in online behaviour. But is the shift big or quick enough to ensure the “epicentre” of young people’s world – the internet – is secure and private? More 

Youth Policies in Cameroon: Evaluating Theory and Practice

Youth Policies in Cameroon: Evaluating Theory and Practice

The problem in Cameroon has never been the lack of institutions, policies and laws on youth, but rather the absence of political willingness to effectively monitor and implement these laws and policies. With youth being widely perceived as an unprosperous group, fit only to be manipulated, what could be promising ways ahead? More