Access to affordable education, housing, health and employment are critical to a young person's growth into adulthood. Public policies and services must be responsive to youths' needs to ensure a smooth transition, while governance failures can delay this process, resulting in adverse individual, social and economic impacts.
The Youth Governance Survey for Youth Organisations aims to identify what governments and public administrations can do to deliver on youths' concerns and how youth cohorts can be engaged in this process. The survey will complement evidence collected via a survey sent to ministries responsible for youth affairs as well as for other areas.
The responses received will feed into the OECD Youth Governance Review, the first global comparative analysis of the mechanisms in place to respond to the needs of youth, due to be published in 2020.
Learn more about: Youth Stocktaking Report