The world’s young people won’t have the opportunity to reach their full potential without a concerted global effort.
Why must we focus on lifelong learning?
Learn highlights from "Four Ways Work will Change," from the Stanford Graduate School of Business blog.
How can young people break free from generational cycles of poverty?
A new youth development resource, www.youthindex.org, makes data and analysis readily accessible.
An IYF initiative in the country is reducing dropout rates and connecting young people to employment.
The world urgently needs to invest in youth economic opportunities.
Around the world, young people striving to earn an income and provide for themselves and their families face barriers to success that simply don’t exist for older generations.
Young people are showing us the many ways they can contribute to their communities: they can lead, solve problems, make better lives for their families. But too many young people lack the opportunities, resources, role models, and basic chances they deserve. Watch an animation created in partnership with the Mastercard Foundation.
What can youth-development practitioners, policymakers, and funders in the United States learn from global approaches to addressing youth disconnection?