The Youth Wellbeing Index returns, with a range of methodological changes — and cautious optimism Out from the wilderness and quietly released with little fanfare, the Youth Wellbeing Index YWIby the International Youth Foundation and Hilton, is back for its second edition. Once again measuring the multidimensional aspects of youth wellbeing in 30 countries across the globe, the version of the YWI adds a crucial domain — gender equality! In this article, we look at the big methodological changes, their implications for measuring youth wellbeing and youth data globally — and what all this means for youth policy. Officially tasked to misbehave:
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