This page details the seventeen research documents that were used to guide youthpolicy.org’s research and the composition of our upcoming article on the post-2015 development processes and outcomes of the High Level Panel. See the main article, for context, here: Post-2015: The signal from the noise, and the details of the research process here.

The 17 curated documents, in alphabetical order by organisation or country:

  1. African Youth Declaration on post-2015 Agenda – African Youth Voices: The Future We Want
  2. Beyond 2015 CWYG – Open Letter to High Level Panellists from youth partners in development
  3. Child Fund Alliance – Voices of girls and boys in shaping the post 2015 agenda
  4. DFID CSO YWG –  Youth Voices on a Post-2015 World
  5. Declaration of Mindelo
  6. Each One Teach One World – Hear Our Voice: This is the world we want
  7. Gambia National Children and Youth Consultation on the Post-2015
  8. Generation Development – Our Goals
  9. Major Group for Children & Youth – Contribution to the Outcome Document of Rio+20
  10. Nigeria National Youth Position Paper – Post-2015
  11. Restless Development/UNFPA – The World We Want – Tanzanian Youth Perspectives on Development Beyond 2015
  12. Save the Children – Ending Poverty in Our Generation
  13. UNFPA – Global Youth Forum Declaration
  14. UN High Level Panel Forum – Bali Multistakeholder Youth Meeting – Putting Youth at the Heart of Development
  15. UNICEF UK – The World We Want to Live In – UK Children and Young People’s Views on the Post 2015 Development Agenda
  16. UN Women & UNCIEF – Global Thematic Consultation on Addressing Inequalities
  17. Wada Na Todo Abhiyan – The World We Want – Looking Beyond 2015 – Voices from India

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Youthpolicy Team

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