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Youth in the Northern Caucasas : from risk to opportunity (Russo)

This study, Youth in the Northern Caucasus: from risk to empowerment, examines the socioeconomic situation of young people in the North Caucasus and the Russian Federation as a whole. The North Caucasus is the most disadvantaged region of Russia, characterized by high poverty levels, a large youth population, high youth employment, poor educational preparation for the job market, and numerous security risks. This report builds on the positive experience of youth policy and programming in the country and recommends a comprehensive approach to youth inclusion and empowerment, including larger and better-targeted investments for youth. The study emphasizes the need to build capacity for youth programming at municipal and republic levels to effectively address the needs of young people. To address the interrelated educational, health and livelihood needs of young people in the North Caucasus and the Russian Federation as a whole, this report advocates a multidimensional youth policy, implemented through greater support to the school-to-work transition, non-formal education and youth participation in decision-making processes.

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  • Autor

    La Cava,Gloria, Michael,Sarah G.

  • Data do documento

    2006/01/01

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    40600

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Caucasus,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Youth in the Northern Caucasas : from risk to opportunity

  • Palavras-chave

    abortion, abortion rates, Abortions, adolescents, adulthood, age groups, aged, aging, aging populations, AIDS Control, Alcohol, Alcohol use, apprenticeship, average age, basic education, birth rates, births, brain drain, cancers, cannabis, capacity building, cardiovascular disease, clinics, communicable diseases, completion rates, counselors, crime, curriculum, curriculum design, Decision Making, demographic trends, domestic violence, dropout, dropout rates, drug abuse, drug use, drugs, economic growth, education programs, education sector, educational attainment, educational opportunities, educational outcomes, employment opportunities, Enrollment, enrolments, environmental awareness, ethnic groups, exam, exams, fertility, fertility rate, fertility rates, fewer people, formal education, formal education system, friendly health services, Gender differences, gender issues, ger, good governance, harm reduction, Health education, health needs, health risks, health systems, healthy behaviors, Healthy Lifestyles, high school students, holistic approach, Humanitarian Affairs, ill health, Immunodeficiency, Immunodeficiency Syndrome, incidence of poverty, infections, infectious diseases, injuries, Institutional capacity, international organizations, interventions, isolation, job training, Labor Market, labor markets, lack of knowledge, Learning, learning materials, learning opportunities, Lifelong Learning, limited resources, literacy, livelihood skills, living standards, local authorities, local communities, local governments, male peers, mass media, medical professionals, medical treatment, mental health, mental health services, migration, Ministry of Education, Mortality, mortality rate, Multipurpose youth, national youth policy, number of people, nutrition, old girls, Older children, older people, Participation in Decision, peace, Peer review, Policy Development, policy framework, political parties, poor people, progress, prostitution, psychosocial support, public education, public life, Public Opinion, quality education, reading, Recreation, recreational opportunities, religious education, religious leaders, religious values, replacement level, reproductive health, resource constraints, respect, risk factors, rural areas, rural schools, rural students, Rural youth, school system, School to Work Transition, schooling, schools, secondary education, Secondary school, security situation, security threat, sex, sexual activity, sexual attitudes, sexual experience, sexual intercourse, sexual transmission, sexually active, sexually transmitted diseases, sexually transmitted infections, skilled workers, small loans, smokers, smoking, Social Affairs, social cohesion, Social Development, social exclusion, Social Marketing, social networks, social policies, Social Policy, social unrest, social welfare, socioeconomic inequalities, State University, STIs, Student Assessment, student participation, subcultures, substance abuse, suicide, Sustainable Development, syphilis, teacher training, teachers, teaching, teaching methods, teenage abortion, teenagers, television, terrorist, tertiary education, tertiary level, tobacco, tolerance, training programs, trauma, tuberculosis, tuition, unemployment, unemployment rates, unions, urban centers, urban population, use of contraception, vocational education, wages, work experience, World Health Organization, young adults, young ages, young families, young males, young men, young people, young women, young workers, youth, youth centers, Youth Development, youth employment, Youth Empowerment, youth initiatives, youth leaders, youth organizations, Youth Participation, youth perspectives, youth policies, Youth Policy, youth population, youth representatives, Youth unemployment, youth work, youth workers

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