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After three decades of calls for action on adolescent health, The Lancet has partnered with four leading academic institutions (The University of Melbourne, University College London, the London School for Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and Columbia University) to establish a Commission on Adolescent Health and Wellbeing.

The Commission has 30 members from 14 countries spanning all parts of the globe. It has brought together experts, including youth advocates, with a range of disciplines as well as policy and practice perspectives.

The aim of the Commission was to produce a coherent narrative and integrated work plan for responding to the shifting determinants of health and health needs of the world’s adolescent and young adults. We are proud to say that our Commission report is out and available for download here.

Global adolescent health news

Global Adolescent Conference

Missed attending this years Global Adolescent Health Conference in Ottawa? You can relive every moment of the conference via the CanWaCH YouTube Channel. All sessions - keynotes, plenaries and breakouts - are available to watch  More...

15 Jun 2017

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The Coalition

The Coalition of Centres in Global Child Health (The Coalition) is a global network of expert individuals and academic centres and institutions that have explicitly expressed commitment to a collectively-developed set of principles and plans of advancing global child health.  More...

13 Jun 2017

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Youth! IAAH needs you

Youth and young professionals are encouraged to participate in the 11th World Congress on Adolescent Health. Youth applications for the IAAH Adolescent Health Congress are now open and the deadline for submission is May 31, 2017.  More...

30 May 2017

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The Lancet's New Journal

The Lancet is proud to announce the launch of a new journal — The Lancet Child & Adolescent Health.  More...

30 May 2017

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Poor kids hit puberty sooner

A major Australian study of almost 3,700 children has found that social and economic disadvantage can be a trigger for the early onset of puberty, putting disadvantaged children at higher risk of a host of associated future health problems.  More...

25 May 2017

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What is the Global AA-HA! Guidance?

The Global AA-HA! Guidance aims to assist governments in deciding what they plan to do – and how they plan to do it – as they respond to the health needs of adolescents in their countries.  More...

18 May 2017

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