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Youth activist Edie from Sydney

Reporting to Authorities

3 December 2019

Girls' and young women's experiences of reporting harassment to authorities.

Manifesto for Adolescent Health

16 September 2019

Young people from Kenya, India and Brazil share the health challenges they face, suggest solutions and identify how they want to be a part of them.

Social enterprise baseline study report

1 September 2019

This study was commissioned to improve understanding about social enterprises in Jordan and to support those working on projects to make informed decisions.

Adolescent Girls in Crisis front cover

Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Voices from Beirut

18 June 2019

This report explores the experiences of adolescent refugee girls - within two age brackets of 10-14 and 15-19 years- navigating the urban spaces of Beirut in order to access services and opportunities.

Sharon, 19, lives in an informal settlement in Kampala where danger is ever present

Unsafe on the Streets

9 April 2019

This report looks at street harassment perpetrated by groups of men and boys across five major cities: Lima, Madrid, Kampala, Delhi and Sydney.

Strengthening the Local Support and Representation of Farmers and Fisherfolks - Policy Brief

18 March 2019

This Policy Brief looks into the issues confronting these sectors, e.g. inadequate farm input support and lack of sustainable and alternative livelihoods, as well as identifies several recommendations particularly on policy implementation to help alleviate poverty and ensure inclusive economic growth.

Safeguarding the Rights and Welfare of Senior Citizens through Social Protection - Policy Brief

18 March 2019

Still, members of the sector saw several gaps in the implementation of these programs.

These gaps, along with several policy recommendations that cover both local and national level, are presented in this Policy Brief.


Advocating for Women's Participation, Health and Livelihood - Policy Brief

18 March 2019

Although several programs have already been created to fulfill these functions, many women, particularly those living in the countryside, still lack awareness on the existence and significance of these or are yet to organize themselves to push for their rights.