Youth Health and Wellbeing

Public E-team



All policy is youth policy, because all economic, industrial, and socio-cultural decision-making is shaping the conditions for young people's health and wellbeing.

This e-team is an open forum for sharing evidence about the relationships between young people's wellbeing and policies that prioritise:
a) equality and equity in economic factors;
b) mobilising social and cultural forces for inclusion, participation, harmony, and hope for the future;
c) ecological factors and sustainable development.

What happens to wellbeing when policy is well developed, and when it is not.  Examples?  What are we learning?

Futher: in what ways might these points (e.g. about hope and sustainable development) be brought into dialogue with updates on national progress?  Against the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child?

These conversations are vital locally, regionally and globally for people who care about social policy settings, and young people's health and wellbeing, now and into the future.

Geographical area: South-East Asia, Other
Theme(s) of intervention: Economic policy / inclusive economic development, Education, Environmental policy / climate change, Health and wellbeing, Participation, Policy design and delivery, Social change / social transformations, Social innovation / public sector innovation / policy innovation, Social policy, Youth
Created: 05 Oct 2018
Latest update: 22 May 2020


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