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Economically empowered young people in Africa: promoting creativity and inclusiveness [initiated by aflatoun international]
Livia Remeijers (Aflatoun International)
Marieke van Winden (conference organiser) (African Studies Centre Leiden)
G: Youth and gender issues
Start time:
11 February, 2021 at 10:00 (UTC+1)
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This panel investigates the issue of improving the social and economic empowerment of children and young people across Africa, looking at initiatives that are helping young women and men to take control, to self-determine, and to achieve their life and work goals. Economic limitations are frequently referenced as a barrier to a child or youth’s social mobility, papers and other types of presentations will therefore provide experience or research related to: (1) pathways to greater child social and economic empowerment, (2) enablers to help address the economic barriers in health, education, social protection and other sectors’ programmes; (3) the means to bridge the transferable skills gap from education to the workforce, and make better use of existing creativity and pioneering ideas.