The Youth Boom: Strategies to Empower Young People Worldwide

The global youth boom is dramatically affecting the developing world, especially in Africa, where 10 million young people enter the labor market annually. How are young people being integrated into program design and implementation?

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Bullying is a Public Health Issue in America, Especially for Sikh-American Children

The negative consequences of bullying has the attention of many federal agencies, community organizations and socially minded entrepreneurs who work together and convene to discuss new research, concerning data and creative approaches to prevention.

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Categories: U.S. Health

Learning Together: Building Stronger Practitioner-Researcher Partnerships

Promoters of evidence-based policies and practices are seeking to engage practitioners more fully in developing and carrying out technically challenging evaluations — notably randomized controlled trials (RCTs).

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