UN Interagency Network on Youth Development
UN Interagency Network on Youth Development

Founding Year: 2011



An inter-agency mechanism for addressing youth-related issues bringing together various UN agencies and programs. It aims to improve the effectiveness of the UN’s work on these issues. Works to foster an environment conducive to exchange and collaboration. The Network’s goals include increasing the level of political advocacy and developing a comprehensive knowledge base on UN work by functioning as a think tank for new and emerging issues.

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UN Interagency Network on Youth Development contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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