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  1. Human rights education in humanitarian settings: opportunities and challenges

  2. Agency and empowerment for adolescent girls beyond Covid-19

  3. Impact of Covid-19 on adolescent mental health in Viet Nam and Tanzania

  4. Drivers of and protective factors for mental health and psychosocial well-being among adolescents: a snapshot from Tanzania and Viet Nam

  5. Ethiopia’s Productive Safety Net Programme and adolescent wellbeing: evidence from the GAGE study

  6. Challenging power dynamics and eliciting marginalized adolescent voices through qualitative methods

  7. Social isolation and disrupted privacy: impacts of Covid-19 on adolescent girls in humanitarian contexts

  8. Constrained choices: exploring the complexities of adolescent girls’ voice and agency in child marriage decisions in Ethiopia

  9. Exploring the impacts of Covid-19 on Rohingya adolescents in Cox's Bazar: a mixed-methods study

  10. Intersecting vulnerabilities: the impacts of Covid‑19 on the psycho‑emotional lives of young people in low‑ and middle‑income countries

  11. Covid-19 phone survey (round 2) in Jordan and Palestine

  12. Use of digital technology among adolescents in the adult entertainment sector in Nepal

  13. Through their eyes: exploring the complex drivers of child marriage in humanitarian contexts

  14. ‘The first thing that I fear for my future is lack of rain and drought’: climate change and its impacts on adolescent capabilities in low- and middle-income countries

  15. ‘Girls don’t shout if they are raped… that is taboo’: exploring barriers to Ethiopian adolescents’ freedom from age- and gender-based violence

  16. ‘They did not take me to a clinic’: Ethiopian adolescents’ access to health and nutrition information and services

  17. The gendered experiences of adolescent girls working in the adult entertainment sector in Nepal

  18. Gender, power and progress: how norms change

  19. Adapting through Covid-19: lessons from teenage pregnancy programmes in Sierra Leone

  20. The Nairobi Summit, one year on: the march for women’s rights continues