Exploring the State of Youth in the SDG Context How is Bangladesh Doing?
Bhattacharya, Debapriya; Barua, Lumbini; Islam, Shusmita | October 2018
The world is currently home to nearly 1.2 billion youth, and among them 27.4 million reside in Bangladesh. Recognising the immense potentials of this huge youth population, the Agenda 2030 strongly advocates for creating a safe and enabling environment for them, where they will fully enjoy their rights, and will grow as capable citizens to take on the responsibility of the future of this world. In this context, the present study seeks to portray an overview of the state of youth globally and in Bangladesh from the perspectives of SDG 8 (employment), SDG 4 (education) and SDG 3 (health), and also illustrate an analysis of the existing obstacles and possible pathways of youth development.
CitationBhattacharya, Debapriya; Barua, Lumbini; Islam, Shusmita. 2018. Exploring the State of Youth in the SDG Context How is Bangladesh Doing?. © Centre for Policy Dialogue. http://hdl.handle.net/11540/9071.
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