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Youthbol - a campaign by Centre for Catalyzing Change (C3)

By Centre for Catalyzing Change (C3) & USAID On 31 October 2019
 
Youthbol - a campaign by Centre for Catalyzing Change (C3)
 

For too long, in public and private spaces, decisions have been made on behalf of and in the name of adolescents and young people. It is time now to include the voices of young people in formulating agendas and policies for the youth are envisaged. It’s time this changed. The YouthBol Campaign has sought to galvanise adolescents and young people’s points of view on their health and well-being, as well as their access to services and information. To do this, we set out to ask over one lakh adolescents and young people across India about their top priorities when it comes to their own health and well-being

Campaign Aims

  • Enable the articulation of top health and wellbeing priorities of adolescents and young people, across access, services and quality.
  • Through generation of disaggregated data and evidence, understand youth demands and aspirations to better inform youth policy and programming.
  • Understand the barriers faced by adolescents and young people in accessing information and services.

Expected Campaign Outcomes

  • Young people’s opinions and demands integrated into policy and program designs.
  • Youth participation mainstreamed in policy decisionmaking.
  • Young people provided access to relevant information on health and well-being.
  • Conversation advanced on young people’s health through destigmatization and correction of misconceptions

For full report, please click here

 
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