Active Europe, CATALYST, Commonwealth Secretariat Youth Division, European Parents’ Association (EPA), European Youth Forum, Health Behaviour of School-Aged Children (HBSC), International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), International Youth Foundation, Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Restless Development, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Web-COSI and Youth Policy
invite you to join the
Wikiprogress Online Consultation onYouth Well-being
Open now and running until the 15th May 2015
What works for improving young people's well-being?
How can we improve the process for effective youth policy?
Until the 8th May, we want to gather ideas from as wide a group of people as possible about how to improve the way that governments and other social actors can improve well-being outcomes for young people. We are using a new online tool to conduct this consultation, which we hope will allow us to organise contributions and questions clearly, making it easy for anyone to react to the ideas that they are most interested in.
We intend for the findings of the consultation to be presented at the OECD Forum in Paris in June, and for a report of the consultation to be made widely available for policy makers, foundations, civil society organisations and others in the Wikiprogress network.
We have started the consultation with some broad questions, but we intend for the debate to evolve as more people contribute and add their own questions and ideas. So sign up now and join the debate!
Read more information at this blog: http://bit.ly/1BsDuPz
Short link to the consultation: http://bit.ly/1OwPqdd
For more information we invite you to contact us via:
· Email : email@example.com
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