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Trisnowati, Heni, Djauhar Ismail, and Retna Siwi Padmawati. "Health promotion through youth empowerment to prevent and control smoking behavior: a conceptual paper." Health Education 121, no. 3 (February 9, 2021): 275–94. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/he-09-2020-0092.

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PurposeThis paper aimed to review globally the empowerment programs for the prevention and control of smoking behavior among youths, to examine the role of empowerment in health promotion, to explore the stages of health promotion through community empowerment strategies including planning, implementation and evaluation. Finally, this paper will develop a model of youth empowerment to prevent and control smoking behavior that reflects theory and experience drawn from the literature.Design/methodology/approachThis review synthesized articles on community empowerment and health promotion, youth empowerment programs for tobacco prevention and control globally from books and electronic databases from the Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) library in the publication period 2000–2020. Relevant literature was selected and critically reviewed which reflected the role empowerment in health promotion, stage of community empowerment strategy as described by Laverack and youth empowerment concept in tobacco control as described by Holden.FindingsDocuments that specifically discuss empowerment programs for smoking prevention and control are still limited. The findings document that youth empowerment in tobacco control do not fully integrate the theory empowerment as described by Laverack and Holden. This paper provides information about the stages of youth empowerment, and a conceptual framework of youth empowerment for the prevention and control of smoking behavior. Youth empowerment is done through the direct involvement of youth in programs starting from program design, planning, implementation and evaluation. Indicators of the success of the empowerment process are reflected in the increase in the empowerment domain. Meanwhile, the output of empowerment can be seen from the individual- or group-level changes.Originality/valueThis paper proposes a model of youth empowerment for the prevention and control of smoking behavior among youths based on theory and experience in the field.
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CHANDRA, YANTO, and SHANG LIANG. "SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AS A MECHANISM OF YOUTH EMPOWERMENT." Hong Kong Journal of Social Work 51, no. 01n02 (January 2017): 115–44. http://dx.doi.org/10.1142/s0219246217000080.

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Empowerment is one of the most important social value creation activities performed by social enterprises (SEs). Despite the burgeoning research on SEs, there is limited research on the meaning and aspects of empowerment from the SE perspective, or the so-called SE-as-Empowerment research. In light of this research gap, we employed the Gioia’s methodology and data triangulation to analyze a renowned Hong Kong’s SE that focuses on youth empowerment. This study contributes to the SE-as-Empowerment literature by revealing five types of empowerment — building social awareness, meaningful participation, social connections, building entrepreneurial skills, and power sharing between youths and adults — which can be broadly categorized into social-capacity empowerment and entrepreneurial-capacity empowerment. This study makes novel contributions to the SE-as-Empowerment literature by proposing new concepts including multi-directional (internally and externally oriented) aspect of empowerment, the pluralistic notion of agency, and power sharing between youths and adults as important elements of youth empowerment in SE. Finally, we discuss the implications of this study for the SE practitioners, educators, and policy makers and propose avenues for future research.
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Accord, Aja. "YOUTH EMPOWERMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA." International Journal of Innovative Research in Social Sciences and Strategic Management Techniques 7, no. 1 (September 3, 2020): 136–42. http://dx.doi.org/10.48028/iiprds/ijirsssmt.v7.i1.09.

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Youth empowerment is the key to sustainable development. Nigeria which stands as the youngest population in Africa has more than 50% of her population fall within the age range known as Youths (16-39)(NBS Report, 2018).The implication of this reality is that Nigeria has a massive prospect for economic development but that will be if the country can efficiently harness this human resources efficiently. Though numerous youth empowerment programs have been put in place by the Nigerian government, those programs lack sustainability. Today, the sad reality is that most of the youths in Nigeria are unemployed.The Nigeria bureau of statistics states that about 20.9 Million Nigerians were unemployed as at the third quarter of 2018, this data also shows that more than 80% of this unemployed Nigerians are youths, the working population of the country.With such a population of youths and drastic dilemma of unemploymentand poverty in the country, there is a need for government to adopt new strategy to engage this young population in a very productive way.This paper examines youth empowerment concepts that can be used to engage this huge human resources (the youth in Nigeria) in a productive way that will build sustainable economic development. The paper X-rays youth empowerment concept and their developmental potentials if they are carefully implemented with regulatory frame work to drive their sustainability.The study utilized questionnaires as the primary source of data and research reports and academic publications as the secondary sources of data. The study recommended that the youth empowerment programs should be revamped in a strategic way that will engage the youths and add massive revenue to the economy.
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Pertiwi, Risa Sari, Sri Herianingrum, and Aditya Kusuma. "Zakat and Youth Empowerment." International Journal of Zakat 5, no. 2 (September 30, 2020): 51–66. http://dx.doi.org/10.37706/ijaz.v5i2.224.

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Unemployment in Indonesia is currently dominated by young people. Zakat as one of the Islamic social finance instruments which has a crucial impact in the socio-economic development of a country. The aim of this research is to explore the relationship between zakat institution support, the successful of youth empowerment program, and individual welfare by Al-Azhar Zakat Institution. This paper also develops a model for the youth empowerment programs that will have an impact on the individual welfare mustahik based on Maqashid Sharia indicators and mustahik social welfare. This study uses primary data with purposive sampling and uses quantitative approach a path model. The main finding of this research showed that success of youth empowerment program fully significant mediated the relationship between zakat institution support and individual welfare. The study contributes to the existing literatures and managerial implications for zakat institution in developing a youth empowerment model to increase social prosperity.
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Tsekoura, Maria. "Spaces for Youth Participation and Youth Empowerment." YOUNG 24, no. 4 (July 31, 2016): 326–41. http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/1103308815618505.

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Kranke, Derrick. "Self-Change in Facilitating Empowerment." Advances in Social Work 19, no. 2 (March 26, 2020): 369–82. http://dx.doi.org/10.18060/22535.

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Youth empowerment is a critical research area because it has implications for reducing adolescent mental health stigma while improving their life trajectory, engagement in treatment and meaningful opportunities, and increasing self-esteem. The present inquiry is derived from a larger study and strives to enhance knowledge of youth empowerment by using Frank’s rhetoric of self-change—a form of narrative analysis—to understand events and reactive experiences of illness as occasions for changing the self. This narrative approach facilitated the development of a youth empowerment process because of its ability to identify similar characteristics across the three cases of youths included in this analysis. Actively participating in age/developmentally appropriate activities put the adolescents on a trajectory towards attaining milestones in a timely manner coinciding with the developmental timeline of peers without mental health issues. Additional research is needed to understand how the identified factors promote empowerment among adolescents with mental health issues. Narrative research has implications for clinical social work because it illuminates strengths that can be beneficial in promoting positive interventions.
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Gill, Shahzad Ali, Rashid Aftab, Shafiq Ur Rehman, and Saba Javaid. "Youth empowerment and sustainable development." Journal of Economic and Administrative Sciences 35, no. 3 (September 2, 2019): 202–19. http://dx.doi.org/10.1108/jeas-02-2018-0024.

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PurposeThe purpose of this paper is to investigate the relationship between youth empowerment and sustainable development (SD) with regards to the Prime Minister’s Youth Program (PMYP).Design/methodology/approachData were collected from randomly selected respondents (n=275) studying in Higher Education Institutions through online and self-administered structured questionnaire and from multiple secondary data sources.FindingsThe research findings infer that youth empowerment is significantly affected by the PMYP and there is a significant positive relationship between youth empowerment and SD. Overall, respondents appear to be satisfied with the program offerings and consider it a genuine effort toward youth empowerment for SD, but such notion also necessitates an integrated youth development paradigm in Pakistan.Research limitations/implicationsThe cornerstone of nation’s development is an established realization worldwide that the involvement of youth in development processes is essential to save the country from “youth bulge” while converting this contour into a “demographic dividend.” It was, therefore, pertinent to explore how development actors can engage youth in order to transform priority areas into development programming and policies.Originality/valueThis study deals with quite an unexplored phenomenon of youth empowerment; hence, it serves as one of the first studies to provide evidence of the relationship between youth empowerment and SD in Pakistan’s perspective. Further, it also provides a basis for carrying out advance research on youth empowerment which may assist the government, NGOs and other donor agencies to understand youth issues and blueprint apposite strategies accordingly.
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Karanu, Mercy, Peter Koome, and Paul Omato Gesimba. "Influence of church policies on the economic empowerment of the youth." International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147- 4478) 9, no. 5 (September 20, 2020): 387–400. http://dx.doi.org/10.20525/ijrbs.v9i5.819.

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Kenyan youths have been marginalized from mainstream economic activities since independence. This situation has had a negative impact such as slowed economic growth, a rise in crime and violence, and the spread of diseases. It is these issues that have prompted this study on the influence of church policies on the economic empowerment of youths with a specific focus on the PCEA Nyahururu Parish. The study was guided by the Positive Youth Development model. It employed the descriptive research design and targeted a population of 233respondents comprising of 220 youths and 13 leaders (2 congregation chairpersons, 1 clergy, 1 evangelist, 1 youth coordinator, and 8 youth leaders). From this population, a sample of 94respondentswas selected using the clustered random sampling method where the two congregations that make up the PCEA Nyahururu Parish formed the clusters. Quantitative data was collected from youths using structured questionnaires while qualitative data was collected from the church administrators using interview guides. Quantitative data were analyzed using descriptive statistics such as percentages and means as well as inferential statistics. Qualitative data were analyzed using the thematic content analysis technique and results reported using quotes. Findings revealed that there is a low level of economic empowerment among the youths at the PCEA Nyahururu parish. Church policies on single parenthood and divorce/ separation have a statistically significant and negative contribution towards youth economic empowerment. Church policies on the use of modern technologies have a positive and statistically significant relationship with youth economic empowerment. The study recommends that churches should re-examine its policies in single parenthood and divorce/ separation.
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Ifeanyi Okoli, David, and Emmanuel Ifeanyi Okoli. "Youth Empowerment through Entrepreneurial Development in Nigeria." International Letters of Social and Humanistic Sciences 19 (December 2013): 224–33. http://dx.doi.org/10.18052/www.scipress.com/ilshs.19.224.

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Entrepreneurial development is a field that saddles its recipients with skills on how to be employable and useful to themselves and the society at large. In this paper, the emphasis is on youth empowerment which is orchestrated by the prevailing unemployment of our youths after higher education, yet each year all the higher institutions in the country keep on churning out graduates in thousands into the labour market for jobs that are non-existent. Hence the need for entrepreneurial development as a way of equipping them with the necessary skills that will enable them start up something on their own. The paper amongst others looked at the objectives of entrepreneurship development, support organizations for entrepreneurship in Nigeria, tips for entrepreneurship development, implications for entrepreneurship development on youth empowerment. More so, certain recommendations were made.
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Pandey, Neelesh, and Aradhana Kumari Singh. "Social media and youth empowerment." Mass Communicator: International Journal of Communication Studies 12, no. 4 (2018): 27. http://dx.doi.org/10.5958/0973-967x.2018.00024.8.

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Dissertations / Theses on the topic "Youth empowerment"

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Bozzer, Stephanie. "Youth empowerment, a qualitative study." Thesis, National Library of Canada = Bibliothèque nationale du Canada, 2000. http://www.collectionscanada.ca/obj/s4/f2/dsk2/ftp01/MQ53093.pdf.

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Heath, Sarah. "Using Empowerment Evaluation with Youth." Thesis, Université d'Ottawa / University of Ottawa, 2021. http://hdl.handle.net/10393/42369.

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To provide guidance to evaluators and stakeholders, evaluation scholars (i.e., those conducting research on program evaluation) have conducted numerous studies on the feasibility and effectiveness of using participatory and collaborative evaluation approaches in various contexts. While some participatory and collaborative evaluation approaches may involve youth in the evaluation of programs and interventions, few evaluations in this area have been formally documented and/or widely published. As a result, there remains a dearth of empirical research on participatory and collaborative evaluations involving youth. One such collaborative evaluation approach, empowerment evaluation (EE), appears to be well suited for engaging youth in program evaluation, as participants are co-evaluators. Using qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods, EE aims to teach program stakeholders, including beneficiaries, how to conduct their own evaluations. In this two-part mixed methods research project I sought to investigate and formally document: (a) the use of EE for programs targeting youth; and/or (b) the involvement of youth in EE of such programs. By investigating and documenting these areas, this study builds on the very limited body of empirical research on EE. As such, it provides important information to evaluators who are embarking on evaluations of programs targeting youth, so that they can make informed decisions about the use of EE and the involvement of youth in their evaluation activities. To address these goals, this study used a mixed methods case study approach and included two parts and multiple phases. Part 1 Phase 1 involved a survey of evaluators associated with particular Targeted Interest Groups (TIGs) of the American Evaluation Association (AEA) who are involved in evaluating programs that target youth. It determined the extent to which: (a) evaluators report using EE to evaluate youth programs; and (b) how evaluators report involving youth in EE of youth programs. Part 1 Phase 2 involved interviews with a select group of these evaluators and explored what factor(s) facilitate and hinder: (a) the use of EE to evaluate programs involving youth; and (b) the involvement of youth in EE of programs targeting youth. Part 2 then used observations from an EE with youth of their science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) focused educational outreach program to explore: (a) what an EE of a youth program might look like in practice; (b) how youth can be involved in an EE. Youth also took part in follow-up interviews to allow an examination of: (c) the strengths and limitations of using an EE to evaluate a program targeting youth; and (d) the strengths and limitations of involving youth in an EE of a program targeting youth. Overall, the findings show that the use of EE to evaluate programs involving youth may be limited, however, there are factors that can facilitate and hinder the use of EE and the involvement of youth in EE. The findings also demonstrate that an EE can be carried out in practice with youth acting as co-evaluators and that through EE youth may experience both positive and negative outcomes of using EE and of being involved in EE. In light of these findings, ways to improve the involvement of youth in the evaluation of programs that target youth using EE are discussed.
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Morton, Matthew. "Measuring impacts of youth empowerment." Thesis, University of Oxford, 2011. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.547780.

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Youth empowerment programs (YEPs)—programs that build on young people's strengths and engage them in decision-making—have gained global attention as a strategy to improve a range of emotional, social, and behavioral outcomes. Guided by the MRC Framework for Complex Interventions, this dissertation employed a mixed-methods approach to synthesize and contribute to the evidence base on impacts of YEPs on adolescent development. This dissertation includes a systematic review of the effects of YEPs on self-efficacy and self-esteem and a randomized controlled trial (RCT) of a YEP in Jordan. Implementation and process research was also integrated to better understand impact study results and investigate issues for the dissemination of youth empowerment methodology. In the review, three studies were included from 8,789 citations. The limited data meta-analyzed did not show an effect on self-efficacy (95% CI = -0.42 to 1.86; z = 1.23). None of the three studies independently showed significant intervention effects on the primary outcomes. Secondary outcomes showed mixed results. The RCT assessed the effects of an empowerment-based non-formal education program for out-of-school Arab youth. The study included 127 participants, mean age of 15.9 (SD = 1.62), and data were collected at baseline and 4-month follow-up. No significant intervention effects were observed for developmental assets (e.g., self-efficacy or social skills). Analysis did show a positive intervention effect on SDQ conduct problems (95% CI = 0.13 to 1.48; d = .57); effects were mostly attributable to changes in the younger (13-15) age group. Subgroup analysis with implementation study data indicated that a higher level of program empowerment appeared related to better outcomes. Differences in implementation and attendance across program sites may have diluted intervention effects; relationships between these variables and outcomes should be investigated in future studies with appropriate statistical power and research design. Implications for research and practice are discussed.
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Alder, Stephanie A. Beaver. "Fostering Youth Empowerment & Wellness| Supporting Community College Foster Youth." Thesis, Saint Mary's College of California, 2016. http://pqdtopen.proquest.com/#viewpdf?dispub=10098575.

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Foster youth face significant challenges as they navigate higher education; estimated rates of those who obtain Bachelor Degrees vary from 1 to 11% (Casey Family Services, 1999; Emerson, 2006; Pecora et al., 2003). Grounded in identity, attachment, development, and student success theories and rooted in relational cultural therapy, this proposed program applies components to help counter and shrink the achievement gap of foster youth. Utilizing case management, a mentoring program, and across-system collaboration and communication, educational outcomes for foster youth can be improved, avenues for positive and consistent interpersonal adult connections can be provided, and access to existing services across campus, local, and county systems for foster youth attending a community colleges can be improved. The challenges facing foster youth, associated theories and proposed intervention components are examined and supported by the literature. Intervention strengths, limitations, and implications are also explored.

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Robin, Sean. "Performance as a means of youth empowerment." Thesis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1992. http://hdl.handle.net/1721.1/69726.

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Grealish, Annmarie. "The development of the Youth Empowerment Scale." Thesis, University of Manchester, 2014. https://www.research.manchester.ac.uk/portal/en/theses/the-development-of-the-youth-empowerment-scale(89eacd8b-691f-4f28-aca8-068c5882595f).html.

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This study developed and validated the Youth Empowerment Scale (YES) for young people with psychosis. This PhD thesis consisted of four phases. Phase 1 conceptualised empowerment from the perspective of young people with psychosis. Phase 1 qualitative findings informed the development of the measurement of empowerment; the Youth empowerment Scale (YES). Phase 2 developed and validated the YES in a non-clinical population. Phase 3 explored the relationship between psychological processes (self-efficacy, control, coping, thinking style, and social support), empowerment, mental health wellbeing and recovery. The YES was then validated again in phase 4 on a clinical population, young people within Child and Adolescents Mental Health Services (CAMHS). This study confirmed that the YES is a valid and reliable measure of empowerment which can be used in future work identifying and supporting empowerment for young people with psychosis.
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Emley, Elizabeth A. "Empowerment Education to Promote Youth and Community Health." Bowling Green State University / OhioLINK, 2021. http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=bgsu1598277140759782.

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Becker, Alexander W. "Platforms of empowerment : an imaginarium." Diss., University of Pretoria, 2014. http://hdl.handle.net/2263/45276.

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Smith, Roger. "Human Development and Youth Empowerment in the Caribbean community." Thesis, University of Manchester, 2008. http://ethos.bl.uk/OrderDetails.do?uin=uk.bl.ethos.508916.

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Simuyandi, Bertha Miyanda. "Youth access to empowerment funds for entrepreneurship in Zambia." Master's thesis, Faculty of Humanities, 2018. http://hdl.handle.net/11427/31259.

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Youth unemployment in Zambia is high. According to the Zambia Country Report (2013) by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), approximately 960,000 (16.7 %) of the almost 6 million youths in Zambia are unemployed. This has led to young people engaging in entrepreneurial activities as a means of survival. However, they are faced with difficulties in accessing empowerment funds for entrepreneurship. An exploratory study was conducted in the Lusaka Province of Zambia. The aim of the study was to explore successes and challenges faced by the youth in accessing empowerment funds for entrepreneurship in Zambia. Triangulation of quantitative and qualitative research methods was used for the study. Sampling was done to select the youths that would take part in the quantitative survey. Sixty youths who applied for the empowerment funds were selected to take part in the survey which was done by questionnaire. The software ‘Statistical Package for Social Sciences’ (SPSS) was used for the quantitative data analysis. A Purposive Sampling method was used because the selected youths and stakeholders were considered to be suitable to participate in the study. The sample size selected from the research population was 30. Twenty youths who applied for empowerment funds and 10 representatives of the stakeholders were interviewed. Semistructured interviews were used as data collection tools. For the qualitative data analysis, Tesch’s steps were used. The study found that several factors affect youth access to empowerment funds for entrepreneurship in Zambia. These factors could be divided into four groups: economic and financial, institutional, social and miscellaneous. The main economic and financial factors included unemployment and lack of income, lack of collateral, savings by the youth, bank charges and poor financial habits. The main institutional factors were found to be legal regulatory framework, poor policies and bureaucracy. The main social factors were lack of entrepreneurship education, skills training and non-existent youth services. Other factors were negative societal social and cultural perceptions, practices and attitudes, logistical issues and lack of information. The recommendations for access to empowerment funds for entrepreneurship by youth in Zambia can be divided into five main categories, namely alternative funding sources, communication, financial, institutional and miscellaneous. The youths should seek other sources of money, disbursing agencies should use different mediums for disseminating information about empowerment funds, the government should strengthen disbursing agencies for provision of empowerment funds equitably, and there is a need for appropriate financial practices to be adopted by the youth. The study is exploratory and identifies the factors that affect the youth’s access to empowerment funds for entrepreneurship in Zambia. Further research should be done to assess attitudes of funders towards youth entrepreneurs so as to gauge whether access to financial interventions are effective or not. Further research is also needed to understand why youth entrepreneurs tend to shun certain entrepreneurial activities such as farming.
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Books on the topic "Youth empowerment"

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Ikem Bụ Chukwu B. Ngwoke. Education for youth empowerment. Enugu, Nigeria: African Marketing Development Foundation, 2006.

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Danish, Ishtiyaque. Empowerment of Muslim youth in India. New Delhi: Institute of Objective Studies, 2004.

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Fitzsimons, Annette. Empowerment and participation in youth work. Exeter: Learning Matters, 2011.

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National Youth Summit (1992 Washington, D.C.). Empowerment opportunities for youth and families: Final report : National Youth Summit. [Washington, D.C.?]: U.S. Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Office of Public and Indian Housing, Office of Resident Initiatives, 1992.

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Khan, Nyla Ali. Educational Strategies for Youth Empowerment in Conflict Zones. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-66226-4.

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Secretariat of the Pacific Community. Pacific youth strategy 2010: Youth empowerment for a secure, prosperous, and sustainable future. [New Caledonia?]: Secretariat of the Pacific Community, 2006.

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Langstaff, Deborah G. Teens as Community Resources: A model of youth empowerment. [Mount Kisco, N.Y.]: Plan for Social Excellence, Inc., 1991.

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Mayer, Markus. Poverty, local planning, and youth empowerment in Southern Sri Lanka. Colombo: Poverty Impact Monitoring Unit, 2000.

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Meter, Joyce Van. Adolescents in youth empowerment positions: Special projects of national significance. [Washington, DC]: U.S. Dept. of Health & Human Services, Public Health Service, Health Resources & Services Administration, 1996.

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Dye, Angela. Empowerment starts here: The seven principles to empowering urban youth. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield Education, 2011.

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Book chapters on the topic "Youth empowerment"

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Wagaman, M. Alex, and Aaron Kemmerer. "Transgender and nonbinary youth empowerment." In Social Work and Health Care Practice with Transgender and Nonbinary Individuals and Communities, 273–85. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.: Routledge, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780429443176-24.

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Schwartz, Sarah E. O., Kirsten M. Christensen, and Laura Austin. "Empowerment Strategies and Youth Community Organizing." In Handbook of Interpersonal Violence Across the Lifespan, 1–30. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62122-7_103-1.

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Percy-Smith, Barry, and Susan Weil. "Practice-based Research as Development: Innovation and Empowerment in Youth Intervention Initiatives using Collaborative Action Inquiry." In Researching Youth, 66–84. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2003. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9780230522466_5.

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Hossain, Anwar. "Youth Problems, Their Development and Empowerment in Bangladesh." In Antrocom: Journal of Anthropology, edited by Marco Menicocci and Moreno Tiziani, 23–32. Piscataway, NJ, USA: Gorgias Press, 2010. http://dx.doi.org/10.31826/9781463233983-004.

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Biggeri, Mario, Caterina Arciprete, and Ravi Karkara. "Children and Youth Participation in Decision-Making and Research Processes." In The Capability Approach, Empowerment and Participation, 193–221. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-35230-9_8.

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Babalola, Sunday O. "Popular Music as an Economic Tool for Nigerian Youth." In Education, Creativity, and Economic Empowerment in Africa, 243–54. New York: Palgrave Macmillan US, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137438508_15.

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Liu, Elaine Suk Ching. "Creating and sustaining a volunteer project: the City-Youth Empowerment Project (CYEP)." In Empowering Asian Youth through Volunteering, 55–63. First edition. | Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020. |: Routledge, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9781315101613-4.

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Buckingham, David. "Selling Youth: The Paradoxical Empowerment of the Young Consumer." In Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media, 202–21. London: Palgrave Macmillan UK, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/9781137008152_13.

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Schroeder, Christopher. "Conflict, Empowerment, Resistance: Queer Youth and Geographies of Intergenerationality." In Families, Intergenerationality, and Peer Group Relations, 267–85. Singapore: Springer Singapore, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-287-026-1_13.

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Özçatalbaş, Orhan, and Muhammad Imran. "Linking Youth Empowerment with Agricultural Production and Food Security." In Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 1–12. Cham: Springer International Publishing, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69626-3_56-1.

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Conference papers on the topic "Youth empowerment"

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(Mendonca), Hedvig N. K. Iipito, and Izak Van Zyl. "Youth empowerment." In the 13th Participatory Design Conference. New York, New York, USA: ACM Press, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2662155.2662176.

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Sadikin, Ade, Dadang Yunus Lutfiansyach, and Cucu Sukmana. "Youth Empowerment Model based on Group Dynamics." In Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Educational Sciences (ICES 2018). Paris, France: Atlantis Press, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.2991/ices-18.2019.4.

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García-Peñalvo, Francisco J., and Nicholas Alfred Kearney. "Networked youth research for empowerment in digital society." In TEEM'16: 4th International Conference on Technological Ecosystems for Enhancing Multiculturality. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3012430.3012489.

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Irannejad Bisafar, Farnaz, Lina Itzel Martinez, and Andrea G. Parker. "Social Computing-Driven Activism in Youth Empowerment Organizations." In CHI '18: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. New York, NY, USA: ACM, 2018. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/3173574.3173757.

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Hillel Lavian, Rivka. "PHOTOVOICE AS AN EMPOWERMENT TOOL FOR YOUTH AT RISK." In 10th annual International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation. IATED, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.21125/iceri.2017.1805.

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Kamil, Mustofa, Dadang Yunus, and Cucu Sukmana. "Youth Empowerment through a Local Potential-Based Entrepreneurship Training." In 1st International Conference on Educational Sciences. SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.5220/0007043304870492.

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Akhyadi, Ade Sadikin, and Wulan Ayu Indriyani. "Youth Empowerment Based on Participation Through Graphic Design Training." In First Transnational Webinar on Adult and Continuing Education (TRACED 2020). Paris, France: Atlantis Press, 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.210508.007.

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"Youth Identity in Social Media (Virtual Ethnography Studies of Youth Identity Construction on “Kids Jaman Now” Content Youtube Channels)." In International Seminar of Research Month Science and Technology for People Empowerment. Galaxy Science, 2019. http://dx.doi.org/10.11594/nstp.2019.0271.

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Caprini, Alessandro, Aneeqah Tariq, Cecilia Consalvo, Max van Deursen, and Sofie de Wit. "Future Pathways for Action for Climate Empowerment (ACE)." In Conference of the Youth Environmental Alliance in Higher Education. Michigan Technological University, 2020. http://dx.doi.org/10.37099/mtu.dc.yeah-conference/2020/all-events/22.

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Tissenbaum, Mike, Josh Sheldon, Lissa Seop, Clifford H. Lee, and Natalie Lao. "Critical computational empowerment: Engaging youth as shapers of the digital future." In 2017 IEEE Global Engineering Education Conference (EDUCON). IEEE, 2017. http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/educon.2017.7943078.

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Reports on the topic "Youth empowerment"

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Patterson, Lindsey. Fostering Strengths in Incarcerated Youth: The Development of a Measure of Psychological Empowerment in Oregon Youth Authority Correctional Facilities. Portland State University Library, January 2000. http://dx.doi.org/10.15760/etd.1086.

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Vonk, Jaynie. Women's Empowerment in the Philippines: Impact evaluation of the ‘BASIC START’ project. Oxfam GB, February 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.21201/2020.6935.

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This evaluation is presented as part of the Effectiveness Review Series 2018/19 on women’s empowerment. The BASIC START (Building Autonomous and Stable Institutions and Communities through Socially Cohesive, Transparent, Accountable and Responsive Transition) in the Bangsamoro' project was carried out in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) in the Philippines between April 2015 and August 2017, by Oxfam together with four implementing partners: Al Mujadilah Development Foundation (AMDF), United Youth of the Philippines Women (UnYPhil-Women), Tarbilang Foundation, and Women Engaged in Action on 1325 (WE Act 1325). The project aimed to promote women's empowerment and peacebuilding in the region. A quasi-experimental approach was used to assess the impact of the project activities in strengthening women’s empowerment. The evaluation used Oxfam's Women's Empowerment (WE) index. Overall, the evaluation found that the BASIC START project had a positive impact on Women's Empowerment in all three levels investigated – personal, relational and environmental. Find out more by reading the evaluation brief or the full report.
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Herbert, Sian. Covid-19, Conflict, and Governance Evidence Summary No.30. Institute of Development Studies (IDS), February 2021. http://dx.doi.org/10.19088/k4d.2021.028.

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This fortnightly Covid-19 (C19), Conflict, and Governance Evidence Summary aims to signpost the UK Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) and other UK government departments to the latest evidence and opinions on C19, to inform and support their responses. Based on the feedback given in a recent survey, and analysis by the Xcept project, this summary is now focussing more on C19 policy responses. This summary features resources on: how youth empowerment programmes have reduced violence against girls during C19 (in Bolivia); why we need to embrace incertitude in disease preparedness responses; and how Latin American countries have been addressing widening gender inequality during C19. It also includes papers on other important themes: the role of female leadership during C19; and understanding policy responses in Africa to C19 The summary uses two main sections – (1) literature: – this includes policy papers, academic articles, and long-form articles that go deeper than the typical blog; and (2) blogs & news articles. It is the result of one day of work, and is thus indicative but not comprehensive of all issues or publications.
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