This report examines the progress made at the regional level in promoting youth rights and demonstrates that youth citizenship and engagement in governance is more than political engagement. It is as much about dealing with limited access to economic resources and socio-political assets. This begins with engaging youth as equal partners, recognizing their rights to participate in decision-making processes and to productively use their knowledge, perspectives, and experience. This report seeks to outline how youth are taking these leadership roles, and to explore how we can support youth to become active and responsible citizens now and in the future.
ISBN Number: 978-92-1-132574-4