We are excited to share our quarter four GAGE Gender and Adolescence Research Panorama and corresponding short summary. The Research Panorama aims to provide quarterly updates on the most recent research in the field of gender and adolescence both from GAGE and external grey and published literature. In addition, it includes information on forthcoming events, conferences and calls for papers to contribute to journal special issues. The short summary aims to highlight important key findings and relevant policy implications within the research presented in the Panorama.
The quarter four edition of the GAGE Research Panorama has a strong focus on research based in humanitarian settings, spanning all capability areas – from education and learning to psychosocial well-being and economic empowerment – and highlighting the impact that displacement can have on adolescents’ development and well-being. GAGE’s own research also reflects this and this quarter we are excited to share our synthesis report from our baseline research in Jordan with refugees and host communities, a new policy brief that explores the capabilities of Bangladeshi and Rohingya adolescents in Cox’s Bazar, and an article that explores the human rights of adolescents with disabilities in conflict-affected settings.
We hope you will find these products useful and will continue to check in each quarter to keep up to date on the latest findings on gender and adolescence. Please send us any details of upcoming events, publications or calls for papers which you would like to be featured in subsequent editions of the Research Panorama to Megan Devonald.
Read the quarter four GAGE Gender and Adolescence Research Panorama or corresponding short summary.