Across the globe, extraordinary young people are creatively seeking ways to prevent violence and consolidate peace. However, many are frustrated by the tendency of their governments and international actors to treat youth as a problem to be solved, rather than as partners for peace.
Biotext recently worked with UNFPA, United Nations Population Fund, to edit an international progress study on youth, peace and security. The independent study, commissioned following a resolution from the Security Council, has now been released as an interactive digital report.
Biotext worked with UNFPA and the author to ensure that the report was well structured, eliminated repetition, and presented its messages clearly to an international audience. The text was also assessed for adherence to the United Nations editorial guidelines.
The final interactive digital report is available here: www.unfpa.org/youth-peace-security