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Plenary session 1: Professor Maxine Molyneux, University College London - ‘Gender and Poverty: The Challenge for a New Generation’.
Watch Maxine Molyneux and Jo Boyden here. Chair: Judith Diers, UNICEF.
Plenary session 2: Dr Ramya Subrahmanian, Know Violence in Childhood - ‘Achievements, Attitudes, Aspirations and Agency: Supporting Adolescents through Adolescence.
Watch Ramya Subrahmanian and Robert Blum from the Global Early Adolescent Study, Johns Hopkins University here. Chair: Andrew Long, DFID
Plenary Panel 3a: 'Challenges and Opportunities for Programmes working with young people'.
Watch Natalie Au (The Girl Effect), Caroline Harper (Overseas Development Institute), Giovanna Lauro (Promundo US) and Prudence Ngwenya Nonkululeko (African Union Commission) here. Chair: Kelly Hallman, Population Council
Plenary Panel 3b: 'Programme Evaluation of Gender and Youth Development Programmes'.
Sonya Krutikova from the Institute of Fiscal Studies spoke on interpreting the evidence on impacts of programmes targeting adolescents. View Sonya’s presentation here. Agnes Quisumbing described Investments in Adolescent Schooling and Nutrition: Lessons from IFPRI’s Impact Evaluations. Read Agnes’ recent blog based on her presentation here. Renos Vakis from the Behavioural Initiatives team at The World Bank shared insights on teacher biases, student attitudes and improving educational outcomes in Peru. View Renos’ presentation here.
Plenary session 4: Patience Ekeoba, Voices 4 Change - ‘Envisioning a World That Works for Young People: Tackling Layers of Power and Exploring Alternatives’.
Watch Patience Ekeoba, and Jo Boyden here (Stuti Kacker from India’s National Commission for Protection of Child Rights also spoke in this section). Chair: Rurik Marsden, DFID