Girls on the Move: Adolescent Girls
in the Developing World
Panel discussion @ IUSSP 2013
Busan, South Korea
Tuesday, August 27
Please join the Population Council and the United Nations Foundation at IUSSP 2013 for a panel discussion about the lives of migrant adolescent girls in the developing world.
Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Convention Hall, Room 102
BEXCO Conference Center
Busan, South Korea
Open to all conference participants | Wine and canapés will be served
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- Dr. Mark R. Montgomery, Senior Associate, Population Council
Panel discussion moderated by:
- Dr. Michael J. White, Professor, Department of Sociology, Brown University
- Dr. Alaka Basu, Senior Fellow, United Nations Foundation
- Dr. Shelley Clark, Associate Professor, McGill University
- Dr. Véronique Hertrich, Researcher, French National Institute for Demographic Studies
- Dr. Cynthia B. Lloyd, Consulting Senior Associate, Population Council
Adolescent girls are on the move in the developing world. The Population Council's report, Girls on the Move, is the first of its kind to examine the social and economic drivers of internal migration for adolescent girls in developing countries, and the links between migration, risk, and opportunity. The report finds that migration can—provided necessary safety nets and resources are in place—be largely a positive experience for girls, and present them with new opportunities.
Girls on the Move was supported by the Nike Foundation and the United Nations Foundation and is the sixth report in the Coalition for Adolescent Girls' Girls Count series.
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