The CRPF started in September 2010 with the main objectives of linking research, practice and policy. Young Lives Ethiopia currently coordinates the forum with logistical support from UNICEF.
Gina Crivello will be presenting at a conference organised by the research programme on Global Norms and Heterogeneous Donor Organisations.
Gina Crivello will be presenting at the Biennial Meeting of the Society for Cultural Anthropology which this year explores collaboration as an impor
The Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary-General on Violence against Children, with the support of UNICEF Innocenti, have convened a global expert’s consultation to discuss the growing impact of bullying and cyber-bullying on children.
There is a growing global recognition of the importance and opportunity of the second decade of life. The Sustainable Development Goals signal greater attention in many areas relevant for adolescents, not least secondary education, gender equity and decent livelihoods.
Andreas Georgiadis will be presenting at the National Bureau of Economic Research annual meeting on cohort studies
“This was for the first time that I used the net independently”: Fostering Digital Literacies through MOOC Delivery Structures in a Developing Context
Rhiannon Moore and Tim Seal, Open University
The Young Lives team from Peru will be presenting at the GDNet 17th Annual Global Development Conference on Education for Development: Quality and Inclusion for Changing Global Human Capital N