IIEP Policy Forum – Paris, 16-18 October 2012 

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African Development Bank, ADB. African economic outlook: Promoting Youth Employment. Paris, OECD, 2011
>> DownloadAfrican Development Bank, ADB. Perspectives économiques en Afrique : Promouvoir l’emploi des jeunes. Paris, OCDE, 2011
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African Union, AU. African position on youth development. Addis Ababa, AU, 2010. 7 p.
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UNESCO Office Bangkok and Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and the Pacific, PROAP. School-to-work transition: information bases. Bangkok, UNESCO Office Bangkok, 2012. 57 p. (Asia-Pacific education system review series, Nº006).
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Aitchison, John. Youth and adult learning and education in Southern Africa: overview of a five nation study. Johannesburg, OSISA; Bonn, DVV IIZ, 2012. 40 p. (Open learning, Nº006).
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Asia-Pacific Interagency Group on Youth. Investing in youth policy. Bangkok, Asia-Pacific Interagency Group on Youth, 2010. 137 p.
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Cade, Adam; Bowden, Rob. YouthXchange guidebook series: climate change and lifestyles: climate change and lifestyles guidebook. Paris, UNESCO, 2004. 40 p.
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Campante, Filipe R.; Chor, Davin. Why was the Arab world poised for revolution? Schooling, economic opportunities, and the Arab spring. 2012. p. 167-188 (Journal of Economic Perspectives, Vol. 26, No 2, Spring 2012).
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German Agency for Technical Cooperation, GTZ. Comparative analysis of national youth policies. Eshborn, GTZ, 2005. 79 p.
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International Youth Foundation, IYF. Opportunity for action: preparing youth for 21st century livelihoods. Baltimore, IYF, 2012. 24 p.
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Golombek, Silvia. What works in youth participation: case studies from around the world. Baltimore, IYF, 2002. 72 p. (What works series).
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National Youth Development Agency (South Africa), NYDA. The South African youth context: the young generation. Johannesburg, NYDA, 2012. 303 p.
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Orkin, Kate. Are work and schooling complementary or competitive for children in rural Ethiopia? A mixed-methods study. Oxford, Young Lives, 2012. 53 p. (Working paper, Nº077).
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Qatar. General Secretariat for Development Planning, GSDP. Expanding the capacities of Qatari youth: mainstreaming young people in development: Qatar’s third National Human Development Report. Doha, GSDP, 2012. 134 p.
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Stellinger, Anna; Wintrebert, Raphaël. Les Jeunes face à leur avenir: une enquête internationale. Paris, Fondation pour l’innovation politique, 2008. 194 p.
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Tolman, Joel; Ford, Patrice; Irby, Merita. What works in education reform: putting young people at the center. Baltimore, IYF, 2003. 109 p. (What works series).
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UNESCO. EFA global monitoring report 2010: Reaching the marginalized. Paris, UNESCO; Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010. 510 p.
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UNESCO. Empowering youth through national policies: UNESCO’s contribution. Paris, UNESCO, 2004. 40 p.
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UNESCO. How youth drive change. In: The UNESCO courier, 2011. vol.64, nº3. 54 p.
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UNESCO. La Contribution de l’UNESCO: promotion de l’autonomie de la jeunesse à travers les politiques nationales. 41 p.
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UNESCO. Rapport mondial de suivi sur l’EPT 2010: Atteindre les marginalisés. 553 p.
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UK. Dept for International Development, DIFD. Youth participation in development: a guide for development agencies and policy makers. London, DFID-CSO Youth Working Group, 2010. vi-107 p.
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UNESCO-IIEP. Meeting the expectations of youth. In: IIEP Newsletter, 2011. vol.XXIX, nº2
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UNESCO-IIEP. Répondre aux attentes de la jeunesse. In: Lettre d’information de l’IIPE, 2011. vol.XXIX, nº2
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UNICEF. The State of the world’s children, 2012: children in an urban world. New York, UNICEF, 2012. 142 p.
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UNESCO. Changer le monde: comment s’y prennent les jeunes. In: Le Courrier de l’UNESCO, 2011. vol.64, nº3.
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UNESCO. Final report of the 7th UNESCO Youth Forum (2011), 17-20 October 2011, Paris, France. In: The UNESCO courier, 2011. 4 p.
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UNESCO. Rapport final du 7e Forum des jeunes de l’UNESCO (2011), 17-20 octobre 2011, Paris, France. 4 p.
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UNICEF Regional Office for CEECIS (Switzerland). Demand for education innovation: adolescent and youth perspectives on education quality in the CEECIS Region. In: The UNESCO courier, 2011235 p.
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UNICEF. Case study on youth participatory research on education quality in CEE/CIS: innovative practices, lessons learned and recommendations. In: The UNESCO courier, 2011. 45 p.
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United Nations. The Millennium Development Goals report. New York, United Nations, 2011.
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United Nations. Objectifs du Millénaire pour le développement: rapport.
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Academy for Educational Development (USA), AED. Center for Civil Society and Governance. Youth as a catalyst for peace: Helping youth develop the vision, skills, and behaviors to promote peace. Washington, D. C., AED, 2005. 38 p.
>> DownloadBarakat, Bilal; Urdal, Henrik. Breaking the waves? Does education mediate the relationship between youth bulges and political violence?. Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2009. 40 p. (Policy research working paper series WPS, Nª5114).
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Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies, INEE. Education in Emergencies (EiE) Training Package. New York, INEE, 2010. various pagings. Inter-Agency Network for Education in Emergencies, INEE. Educación en Situaciones de Emergencia. pag. mult.
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Lundberg, Mattias; Wuermli, Alice. Children and youth in crisis: Protecting and promoting human development in times of economic shocks. Washington, D.C., World Bank, 2012. 318 p. (Directions in development).
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Kotite, Phyllis. UNESCO-IIEP. Education for conflict prevention and peacebuilding: meeting the global challenges of the 21st century. Paris, IIEP, 2012 . 47 p.(IIEP occasional paper)
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Nicolai, Susan. UNESCO-IIEP. Opportunities for change: education innovation and reform during and after conflict. Paris, UNESCO, 2009 . 262 p.(Education in emergencies and reconstruction)
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Oatley, Nick; Thapa, Rashmi. Media, youth and conflict prevention in Sierra Leone. Brussels, International Alert, 2012. 20 p.
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Sinclair, Margaret. UNESCO-IIEP. Planning education in and after emergencies. Paris, UNESCO, 2002 . 140 p. (Fundamentals of educational planning, N°073)
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Sinclair, Margaret. UNESCO-IIEP. Planifier l’éducation en situation d’urgence et de reconstruction. Paris, UNESCO, IIPE, 2003. 164 p.. (Principes de la planification de l’éducation, N°073)
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Smith, Alan. Promoting education in countries affected by fragility and-or conflict: Sierra Leone case study. Bonn, GIZ, 2011. 60 p.
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Smith, Alan. The Role of education in peacebuilding: literature review. New York, UNICEF, 2011. 81 p.
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European Commission. Youth in Action Programme. Youth Democracy: building a vibrant society. Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union, 2012. 8 p.
>> DownloadFaour, Muhammad; Muasher, Marwan. Education for Citizenship in the Arab World. Key to the Future. Washington, D.C., Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 2011. 34 p. (Carnegie Papers).
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Graham, Lauren; Bruce,  David; Perold, Helene. Ending the age of the marginal majority: An exploration of strategies to overcome  youth exclusion, vulnerability and violence  in southern Africa. Midrand (South Africa), Southern Africa Trust, 2010. 195 p.
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Innovations in Civic Participation, ICP. Youth civic participation in action: meeting community and youth development needs worldwide. Washington, D.C., ICP, 2010. 236 p.
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International Institute for Environment and Development (UK), IIED. Young citizens: youth and participatory governance in Africa. London, IIED, 2011. 236 p. (Participatory learning and action, Nº64).
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USA. Agency for International Development, USAID. Community Youth Mapping: A Tool for Youth Participation and Program Design. Washington, D.C., USAID, 2011. 16 p.
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USA. Agency for International Development, USAID. First Principles: Community Engagement in Education Programs Compendium. Washington, D.C., USAID, 2011. 38 + 12 p.
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USA. Agency for International Development, USAID. YCoP Links: The First 50 Issues: A Youth Community of Practice (YCoP) Publication. Washington, D.C., USAID, 2009. 120 p.
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USA. Agency for International Development, USAID. Youth Service Programs: A Study of Promising Models in International Development. Washington, D.C., USAID, 2011. 20 p.
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African Development Bank, ADB. African economic outlook. Paris, OECD, 2011. 1 CD-ROM African Development Bank, ADB. Perspectives économiques en Afrique.
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>> TéléchargerAitchison, John. Youth and adult learning and education in Southern Africa: overview of a five nation study. Johannesburg, OSISA; Bonn, DVV IIZ, 2012. 40 p. (Open learning, Nº006).
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Boeren, Ad. Towards a new global world of skills development? TVET’s turn to make its mark. November 2011. 2 p. (Policy Brief).
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Commonwealth Secretariat. Youth and economic participation in the Commonwealth Caribbean: preliminary review of provisions on youth employment and employability within Caribbean national youth policies. Georgetown, Commonwealth Youth Programme Caribbean Centre, 2011. 13 p.
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European Commission. Youth in action programme. Focus on: Youth employment. European good practice projects. Luxembourg, Publications Office of the European Union, 2012. 82 p.
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European Youth Forum, YFJ. Policy paper on vocational education and training. Brussels, Council of Members, 2010. 7 p.
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ILO. Giving youth a better start. In: World of Work, 2012, nº72. 48 p. ILO. Un Meilleur départ pour les jeunes. In: Travail, 2012, nº72. 48 p.
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ILO. Global employment trends 2012: Preventing a deeper jobs crisis. Geneva, ILO, 2012. 121 p.
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International Fund for Agricultural Development, IFAD. Feeding future generations: Young rural people today – prosperous, productive farmers tomorrow. Rome, IFAD, 2011. 43 p.
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International Fund for Agricultural Development, IFAD. Promoting decent and productive employment of young people in rural areas: A review of strategies  and programmes. Executive summary of the draft report. Rome, IFAD, 2012. 5 p.
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Kahn, Lauren; Abdo, Mary; Hewes, Sarah; McNeil, Bethia; Norman, Will. The Way to work: Young people speak out on transitions to employment. London, Young Foundation, 2011. 100 p.
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Kruijssen, Froukje. Youth engagement in agricultural research for development with a focus on Sub-Sahara Africa. Wageningen (NL), Wagenigen University, 2009. 76 p.
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New Zealand Council for Educational Research, NZCER. Engaging young people/young adults in literacy, language and numeracy skill development: A literature review. Weelington, Dept of Labour, 2010. 116 p.
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Orkin, Kate. Are work and schooling complementary or competitive for children in rural Ethiopia? A mixed-methods study. Oxford, Young Lives, 2012. 53 p. (Working paper, Nº077).
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UNESCO. Transforming technical and vocational education and training: building skills for work and life; main working document. Paris, UNESCO, 2012. 16 p. UNESCO. Transformer l’enseignement et la formation techniques et professionnels: construire des compétences pour le travail et la vie, document de travail principal.
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UNESCO Office Bangkok and Regional Bureau for Education in Asia and the Pacific, PROAP. School-to-work transition: information bases. Bangkok, UNESCO Office Bangkok, 2012. 57 p. (Asia-Pacific education system review series, Nº006).
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USA. Agency for International Development, USAID. Skills and Knowledge for Youth Employment (SKYE) in Guyana: Assessment Report && Program Design. Washington, USAID, 2011. 34 p.
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Veal, Karine. TVET in situations post-conflict and post-disaster: report of the UNESCO-UNEVOC online conference. Bonn, UNEVOC, 2012. 20 p.
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