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WHICH WAY NIGERIA! Is the Study of Development Systems and Young People in Policy, Participation and Human Rights for Sustainable Development conducted in 2003/2004. It revealed the low "Institutional Epistemology" as regards youth in development mainstreaming as a systems-wide approach amongst development partners; government; and even amongst youth activist, strategist and intellectuals. The writing exercise was supported by the Ford Foundation (FF) Office of West Africa and the Institute for International Education (IIE).

 

“Setting Priorities-Young Peoples Sexual Health and Rights in Nigeria: The “ICPD POA Experience” is a youth lens civil society documentation on the progress of Nigeria in meeting the youth health and rights bargain of the ICPD POA after ten years; the impact of health sector reform and financing on young people's sexual health and rights. The report will also serve as baseline towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals and the Youth-related National Population policy targets. The technical assistance from the Center for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA), and the International Women's Health Coalition, New York were invaluable to the finalization and presentation of the report in 1999 and 2004 respectively.

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Supplementary Youth Report on the ten-years of Implementing the Beijing 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women Platform For Action Section on Girl Child. Completed with support by the United Nations Fund for Women (UNIFEM), the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the Pathfinder International Nigeria in 1999 in collaboration with the Nigerian Youth Action Network (NYAN).

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CONFERENCE PAPERS & REPORTS

 

ICASA YOUTH 2005

 

Pre Portugal Report 1998

 
 

CPP FRAMEWORK

 

ICPD+10 Delegation Joint Report

 

Globalising African Youth Activities in SHR Advocacy

 

Young Men and masculanities

 

POLICY BRIEFS

NIGERIAN YOUTHS AND THEIR UNMET NEEDS

 

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