A Lost Generation: Young People and Conflict in Africa
Pan African Perspectives: Lessons For Practice and Advocacy
Section two of this book explores advocacy-related themes based on the five selected testimonies from the Uganda and Burundi case studies. It is an attempt to analyse what the young people are saying and comparing their testimonies with broader policy and practice at local, national and international levels. The chapters draw on information from other sources to broaden the conceptual framework to a pan African level. This is in fulfilment of the need to use the testimonies in this book for advocacy purposes as well as to develop new knowledge to contribute to improved policy and practice in Africa and indeed internationally. This section is intended to bring out different voices and emphasis on pertinent issues arising from the case studies.