Our Generation for Inclusive Peace produces a range of policy papers and guidance note advocating for the transformation of peace and security spaces and structures. We share recommendations, analysis and reflections on how to ensure diverse youth voices are heard and able to shape peace and security policy. All our papers draw on discussions with young people engaged with OGIP though our Advocacy Network or our Research Community, as well as through our interactions with other Youth and Women, Peace and Security organizations and our own experiences as a youth-led organization.
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Inclusive Peace, Inclusive Futures: Exploring the urgent need to further the Women, Peace and Security and Youth, Peace and Security Agendas
OGIP’s inaugural policy paper explores the need to align the WPS and YPS agendas to ensure young women and diverse young people are not excluded and ‘fall through the gaps’. The paper explores synergies between both agendas and makes recommendations for a more transformative policy space that addresses diverse youth need. Read more here
How to: Meaningfully Engage Youth Activists and Youth-Led Organisations
A Guidance Note for organizations looking to strengthen youth participation. A series of clear recommendations to ensure participation is meaningful and not tokenistic. Read more here