What can youth-development practitioners, policymakers, and funders in the United States learn from global approaches to addressing youth disconnection?
Disconnection is a feeling shared by young people in Tijuana and Baltimore. What is being done?
Young Victor in Tijuana, Mexico, describes how participating in IYF's Orale initiative, in partnership with the TK Foundation, has given him the drive to complete his education and be more confident.
A recent article in the Diplomatic Courier highlights key data points from the 2017 Global Youth Wellbeing Index.
The 2017 Global Youth Wellbeing Index is a diagnostic tool, listening device, investment guide, and benchmark for the SDGS—not a rating system.
As the global community continues its commitment to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), the Index provides a comprehensive picture of the disconnection that too many young people experience and acts as a guide for deepened investment.
What challenges do the world's youth face, how do they feel about the future, and who will play a role in helping them realize their potential?
We hadn’t been in touch for two years when I received Dalia's email.
"Our teachers and parents can’t teach us everything, and we don’t always want to listen to them," says one young Mozambican.
Listen to young people explain about the power of Passport to Success® life skills training in Mozambique. In this video, students participating in the Escolhas initiative, a partnership of IYF and Mozal, came together for a career fair.