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Book Launch: Young People in the Global South: Voice, agency and citizenship

By 14/02/2024

On 22nd February 2024, the Gender and Adolescence: Global Evidence (GAGE) programme will host a webinar to share and discuss key findings from ‘Young People in the Global South: Voice, agency and citizenship’, a new textbook coordinated published by Routledge. The textbook is edited by Kate Pincock (GAGE and University of Oxford), Nicola Jones (GAGE and ODI), Lorraine van Blerk (University of Dundee) and Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda (UN Women and Rosaria Memorial Trust).

The event will feature contributions by the book’s editors, leading authors and young contributors. They will invite participation, reflection and dialogue on the book’s key findings, as well as next steps for policy, research and advocacy on young people’s voice, agency and citizenship in the global South.

Central to the webinar will be five engaging and interactive parallel breakout sessions, co-facilitated by young people, to explore the book’s main themes. Session details can be found on the GAGE website and can be signed up to at registration.

Translation facility in Arabic, French and Spanish will be available.

Please register here!