青少年

技术及政策文件

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技术性报告

ADAP Learning Series
ADAP Learning Series brings together current knowledge, experiences and lessons learnt on adolescent issues and UNICEF programming in countries and regions around the world – including new insights and perspectives from partners and development agencies.

  • ADAP Learning Series Volume 1: Adolescent Development: Perspectives and Frameworks (UNICEF, 2006) [PDF] 
  • ADAP Learning Series Volume 2: Adolescent Development in East Asia and the Pacific: Realizing Their Potential (UNICEF, 2006) [PDF]
  • ADAP Learning Series Volume 3: Adolescents and Civil Engagement: Social Entrepreneurship and Young People (UNICEF, 2007) [PDF]

Adolescent Programming Experiences During Conflict and Post-Conflict Case Studies (UNICEF, 2004)
In this study, the documentation of adolescent participation in programme planning and implementation during humanitarian emergencies has been analyzed within the broader framework for the CRC.
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CRC Committee General Comment No.4 (2003): Adolescent health and development in the context of the
Convention on the Rights of the Child
The CRC Committee adopted this General Comment to raise awareness and provide States Parties with guidance and support in their effort to guarantee the respect for, protection and fulfilment of the rights of adolescents, including through the formulation of specific strategies and policies.
[PDF]

Global Guidance on HIV and Young People (UNFPA, UNICEF 2008)
This set of 7 field-tested briefs addresses how various sectors can be called upon to “Know Your Epidemic” and tailor responses that prioritize adolescents most likely to become infected. Implementers as well as advocates will find practical guidance in advocating for effective programming for this population with colleagues in the field, government, donors and civil society.

  • Foreward & Acknowledgements printed on a foldable cover for the series [PDF]
  • Overview of HIV Interventions for Young People [PDF]
  • HIV Interventions for Most-At-Risk Young People [PDF]
  • Community-based HIV Interventions for Young People [PDF]
  • HIV Interventions for Young People in the Workplace [PDF]
  • HIV Interventions in the Health Sector for Young People [PDF]
  • HIV Interventions for Young People in the Education Sector [PDF]
  • HIV Interventions for Young People in Humanitarian Emergencies [PDF]

《为青少年工作并与青少年合作:联合国儿童基金会的范例》  2002年
《为青少年工作并与青少年合作》汇编了来自全世界一些特定国家的案例研究。这是第一部记录为青少年开展并与青少年共同开展的项目的报告,这些项目的重点在于促进青少年的参与权。这些实践经验深刻分析了这方面工作的挑战和教训,并确定了为实现青少年发展及参与权做出战略抉择的需要。
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研究及战略方向

Adolescence: A Time That Matters (UNICEF, 2002)
Adolescents have rights - as expressed in the CRC, including those to information and skills; access to services, such as education, health, recreation and justice; a safe and supportive environment; and opportunities to participate and to have their voices heard.
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《青少年参与现状评估及分析》 2001年
Policy-makers and development practitioners who undertake a dialogue to take beneficiaries’ views often face constraints.  UNICEF and the Commonwealth Youth Programme (CYP) commissioned this paper to aid discussion about how best to negotiate these kinds of constraints, and achieve effective participation by young people in situation assessment and analysis.
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Investing When It Counts (Population Council, UNFPA, UNICEF, UNAIDS 2006)
This publication is intended generating the evidence base for policies and programmes to address the important issues facing very young adolescents.
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Promoting Adolescent Livelihoods (UNICEF, CYP 2001)
This paper seeks to contribute to the global debate on young people’s economic contribution and livelihoods.
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Seen but not heard… (WHO, UNAIDS, UNFPA 2004)
The 10–14 age group offers the best chance for adults to connect with and influence adolescents. Very young adolescents are not exactly ignored by the adult world, but they are not always engaged. Very young adolescents tend to be seen but not heard. This publication discusses how very young adolescence years represent an opportunity for concerned adults to harness the optimism and resilience of young adolescents, to develop their competencies and skills in the transition to healthy adulthood and to build patterns of health-maintaining behaviours and attitudes.
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The Participation Rights of Adolescents: A Strategic Approach (UNICEF, 2001)
This paper aims to stimulate discussion and serve as a resource for policy makers, programmer, advocates and activists interested in promoting the meaningful participation of young people, at global, country and community levels. The paper is the result of a series of consultations with organisations and young people working to promote children’s rights, and aims to identify practical means of making the meaningful participation of young people a reality.
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年轻人的宣言

BioVision-Fifth World Life Sciences Forum (France, March 2007)

  • Opening Statement by a child delegate Link
  • Children’s Final Statement Link

Children’s Forum on a World Fit for Children+5 (New York, 2007)
Closing statement from the Children's forum to the UN plenary session on the commemerative event special session//WFFC+5 Link

Children's and Young People's statements at World Congress III against the Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents (Brazil, 2008) Link

  • Integrating and strengthening adolescent's participation in the WCIII Link
  • Children and Adolescent Statement for Opening Ceremony Link
  • Children and Adolescents Closing Statement  Link
  • Panel statements:
    Children and adolescents statements at thematic panels--Panel 1, 2, 4, & 5 Link
    Children and adolescents statements at thematic panels--Panel 3 Link
  • Regional statements by Young People:
    East Asia and the Pacific Children’s and Young People’s Recommendations Link
    Latin America Children’s and Young People’s Recommendations Link
    South Asia Children’s and Young People’s Recommendations Link
    CIS/CEE Children’s and Young People’s Recommendations Link
    Africa Children’s and Young People’s Recommendations Link

51st Session of the Commission of the Status of Women dedicated to the elimination of all forms of violence and discrimination against girl child (New York, 2007)

  • Girl speaker at the Opening Session Link
  • Girl speaker at Roundtable discussion Link

J8 Summits
C8 Children's Forum (Scotland, 2005): The C8  recommendations Children of Change Link
Junior 8 Summit (Russia 2006): Address to the Leaders: a common document from young people Link
Junior 8 Summit (Germany 2007): J8 Wismar declaration Link
Junior 8 Summit (Japan 2008): Chitose declaration Link and Young people action plan to compliment the Chitose declaration Link

International Conference dedicated to the 30th anniversary of Alma-Ata Declaration of WHO/UNICEF on Primary Health Care (Kazakhstan, 2008)
Young people Partners for Health: Alma Ata Declaration on Primary Health Care Link

63rd session of the General Assembly. Open debate of the Security Council on Children and Armed Conflict (New York, 2009)
Statement by Grace Akallo, former child soldier of Uganda. Link
She created a Network of Young People Affected by War together with her peers and with the support of UNSRSG, UNICEF, and War Child in order to help children whose lives have been derailed by conflict.


 

 

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