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Youth Solutions Report

Case studies and best practices

This first edition of the Youth Solutions Report bears the fruits of a year-long process in which the Sustainable Development Solutions Network - Youth (SDSN Youth) and its partners sourced youth led solutions across all countries and regions to showcase the innovative approach that young people are taking in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The Report builds upon one of three key pillars of the activity of SDSN Youth: “supporting young people in the creation and scaling of innovative solutions for the SDGs”. The aim is to give further voice to young leaders and innovators, by allowing them to communicate their undertakings, forge new partnerships and ultimately be the driving force behind the 2030 Agenda. The Youth Solutions Report is envisaged as the first step in a long-term process that will allow young change-makers to have access to multiple opportunities for funding, technical assistance, mentoring, and networking.

Related Publications

Locate the Sustainable Development Goals. Governments and local and provincial actors in the implementation of Agenda 2030. A look from Andalusia.

Available in English

More than 50 representatives of authorities, international organizations and local communities share their experiences, reflections and proposals for action to achieve the implementation of Agenda 203...

Developed by Fondo Andaluz de Municipios para la Soli...

Posted by UNDP

Concept notes and papers

Learning Cities and the SDGs: A Guide to Action

Available in English

This Guide to Action highlights concrete approaches to the development of green and healthy learning cities, equitable and inclusive learning cities, and decent work and entrepreneurship in learning c...

Developed by UNESCO Institute for Lifelong Learning

Posted by Fabienne Perucca

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