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A guide to sources of government and international governmental organisations on youth issues.


South Africa. Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities. Strategy for economic empowerment of women, youth and persons with disabilities (WYPD). Pretoria: Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, 2024?

Human Sciences Research Council. A Study to Evaluate the Effectiveness of National Policies Aimed at Facilitating the Entry of Young People into Good and Quality Employment: Presentation to the Labour Market Research Seminar Hosted by the Department of Employment and Labour, 25th February 2024. Pretoria: Department of SCience and Innovation, Department of Employment and Labour, Human Sciences Research Council, 2024. 

National Youth Development Agency. Census 2022 Analysis, October 2023. Woodmead, Johannesburg: National Youth Development Agency, 2023. 

Malawi. Ministry of Youth and Sports. National youth policy, 2023-2028. Lilongwe: Ministry of Youth and Sports, 2023.

BRICS Youth Summit, Johannesburg, South Africa, 19-22 November 2023.

United Nations Development Programme. South Africa National Human Development Report 2022 :Harnessing the Employability of South Africa’s Youth. Pretoria: UNDP, Government of South Africa, 2022. (Released July 2023.)

UNICEF Zimbabwe. Adolescents and youth strategy, 2023 to 2026. [Harare]: Zimbabwe Country Office, July 2023.


About this guide

This is a guide to government and international governmental resources on youth issues. It includes catalogue records of publications in the Government Publications Department of UCT Libraries, on-line links to publications and links to websites.

Please also consult the Library's Primo search facility for print publications and journal articles and our resource lists: Government by Subject: International and Foreign Countries and SA Government by Subject.

Please contact  Laureen Rushby (Tel. 021 650 4686) for further help with government resources. 

Please note that the print copies of the South African and southern African publications in this guide were destroyed in the Jagger Library fire of 18 April 2021.



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