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AFLI report launch on the greater inclusion of youth in governance


The African Leadership Institute's Project Pakati launched its report titled The Greater Inclusion of African Youth in Public Service and Governance on August 12, International Youth Day 2020. The report is part of an ongoing partnership between the African Leadership Institute and the African Union Office of the Youth Envoy, to shift young Africans to the centre of the African development narrative. These efforts are being funded by a grant from the Ford Foundation.

The focus of this report is less on making the self-evident case for the need for young people to operate in governance and the policy realm, but rather on how progress can be accelerated and how African Union member states can achieve greater youth inclusion in public service and government.

  It outlines a number of practical policies for greater youth inclusion in governance for implementation.

A downloadable copy of the report can be obtained from Project Pakati, along with an Executive Summary, and you can watch the video of the report launch on YouTube.  All this is can be found on the Greater Inclusion of African Youth in Public Services and Governance page. A news post about the event is at Pakati News.

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