The Generation Equality Forum (GEF) was held in 2021 in Mexico and Paris. It launched a 5-year journey to achieve gender equality, with actions and commitments on various thematic areas, including US $40 billion in financial commitments. AGIP selected GEF as a key global policy and advocacy platform to ensure that adolescent girls and youth leaders can come together to say how they would like to be engaged in the process.

In doing the work shared below, AGIP has ensured to evolve in our practices to meaningfully include adolescent girls. The first spaces created for youth participation were designed to be ‘consultations’. Together with adolescent girls and youth leaders we created a strategic plan for their meaningful engagement in GEF. AGIP then progressed to hosting intergenerational dialogues where adolescent girls and youth leaders could directly engage with leaders of the GEF process, such as UN Women and Action Coalition leaders.  Ultimately, we moved to co-creating, co-designing, and co-facilitating our dialogues and events with adolescent girls and youth leaders: starting much further in advance to enable sufficient time and support for networking and capacity strengthening.

Summary reports and recordings of our past events

Generation Equality Accountability for Adolescent Girls

Young Leaders’ Open Space Dialogue

AGIP’s Generation Equality Commitments

Adolescents lead the dialogue on accountability for gender equality

The Road to Generation Equality Forum: An Opportunity to Accelerate Progress with Adolescents and Young People

Will It Be Youth Participation or Co-Creation in Generation Equality?

CSW65: Adolescent Girls Dialogue on Feminist Movements, Leadership and Accountability in Generation Equality

Intergenerational Dialogue with leaders of Generation Equality Action Coalition 6

UNGA75: Adolescent girls’ vision for accountability in Generation Equality

Youth Voices in Generation Equality and Action Coalitions

Generation Equality Strategic Plan with and for Girls and Youth