COVID-19: The Pandemic’s Consequences for Adolescents (online event)

Wednesday 29 July
13:00 – 14:00 UTC | 8:00 – 9:00 Austin, Texas
10:00 Rio de Janeiro | 15:00 Paris | 16:00 Nairobi | 18:30 New Delhi

COVID-19 is changing the world. It will have many short and long-term impacts on population dynamics and population health through exposure to the virus as well as through the economic and social disruptions created by the pandemic.

While the world is engaged in fighting a pandemic of enormous proportions, the needs of the relatively healthy and safe sub-population of adolescents and youth may not appear to warrant immediate attention. The lives of the world’s 1.8 billion-plus young people (those aged 10-24), however, are being and will be significantly impacted by the economic and social disruptions created by COVID-19, with consequences that will likely extend to future generations. 

This IUSSP webinar will focus on insights from demographers from different parts of the world whose research has enriched understanding of adolescent and youth health and well-being. Inspired by a blog/article written by Shireen Jejeebhoy, The Pandemic’s impact on Adolescents, this webinar will focus on pandemic effects on young people’s health and well-being in Brazil, India, and Kenya. 


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