Recently, there have been increasing calls for meaningful youth participation in policies and programmes that matter for youth employment. This paper explores how youth engagement takes place across a range of policy areas relevant to youth employment, drawing on desk research, case study research in Ghana and data from interviews conducted with policy advisors based in various African countries and donor headquarters.

It concludes by outlining recommendations to governments, bilateral and multi- lateral donors and development partners, and civil society organisations with respect to how they can promote youth engagement with various policies relevant to youth employment.

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