Involving youth in development policy research: lessons learned

Abstract

This Project Briefing explores lessons from a participatory research project funded by the UK Department for International Development (DFID) on youth perspectives and responses to two global shocks – the global Triple F (financial, fuel and food) crisis of 2008 and climate change – in three developing countries: Ghana, Mozambique and Viet Nam. The findings reinforce the need to invest time and resources in participatory youth research, while stressing capacity-building, mentoring and communication challenges

Citation

ODI Project Briefing No. 56, April 2011, 4 pp.

Involving youth in development policy research: lessons learned

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