Ensuring Protection and Education in Emergencies: Lessons Learned from Youth & Adolescent Programming

November 10, 2014

The Global Education Cluster and Child Protection Wokring Group held a joint annual meeting in October 2013,recognising that improved coordination and collaboration between the two sectors can significantly improve the impact of their work. One of the outcomes of the meeting was that cluster members felt there was little knowledge on lessons learned of youth programming for child protection and education in emergencies. While there are no universally accepted definitions of youth, young people and adolescents, the United Nations understands youth and young people to include persons aged 15-24 years and adolescents as those between 10-19 years. There are also the definitions that will be ued in this compedium. This document is a compilation of documents which review youth and adolescents programming in emergencies, from either an education and child protection related angle. The selection of documents is not exhaustive but rather presents a first step towards documnting lessons learned and good practices for youth and adolescents programming in emergencies. The documents aims to provide a collection of lessons learned to cluster members and partners who are engaged in adolescents and youth programming.

  • The first section provides an overview of lessons learned in youth and adolescents programmign for education and child protection in emergencies, with lessons learned drawn from the findings of literature included in section 2.
  • The second section is a document review of 16 documents which related to the topic domain. A short background note is given on each document which is followed by the main lessons learned as presented in the document.
  • Section 3 is a list for further reading with documents related to youth and adolescent programming in emergencies.
  • A table with the document titles, a brief synopsis ad relevant pages number of the included documents in section 2 can be found in the Annex.

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