Advancing Youth Inclusion and Violence Prevention through Public Support Programmes

Advancing Youth Inclusion and Violence Prevention through Public Support Programmes

State-run socio-economic and livelihood support programmes have been shown to increase the social inclusion of young people and thereby contribute to the prevention of violence involving youth. This practice brief outlines strategies for civil society practitioners to advocate for these public programmes, improve their implementation and amplify their positive effects, based on experiences in Southern and East Africa.

 

Practice Brief - Advancing Youth Inclusion and Violence Prevention through Public Support Programmes - 2022
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Jasmina Brankovic is the Senior Research Specialist at the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation and the Associate Editor of the International Journal of Transitional Justice. With a focus on participatory methods, she conducts research on inequality and socioeconomic transformation, climate justice, gender in conflict, and civil society strategies for social change in transitional contexts.

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