i4Y catalyzes innovative interventions, practices and policies to improve equity and well-being for youth locally and worldwide.

Oakland high school students present their Y-PLAN action research findings and proposals.

Oakland high school students present action research findings and proposals at the 2018 Y-PLAN Summit

Oakland high school students present their Y-PLAN action research findings and proposals to build a healthier, more equitable and sustainable Oakland.

Dr. Colette (Coco) Auerswald, MD, MS, FSAHM of i4Y begins visiting professorship at Texas A&M

Dr, Auerswald will collaborate with Innovative Teen Pregnancy Prevention Programs (iTP3) , which supports the development of nontraditional, cutting edge teen pregnancy prevention programs.

Musanze District Youth Center opens in Rwanda with full clinic services, education, training, and employment for the community

Musanze District Youth Center opens in Rwanda with full clinic services, education, training, and employment for the community

The center empowers young people to make informed reproductive health decisions. Services include education and training in IT, sexuality, reproductive health, employment, and a full clinic.

News

November 16, 2017

Check out the new op-ed by i4Y co-director Dr. Coco Auswald on the Berkeley blog!

November 3, 2017

Join us on Tuesday November 7th at 3pm for 'Child Marriage & Female Adolescent Health in Bihar, India,' presented by Anoop Jain, PhD candidate at UCB. Presentation will last 20 minutes, followed by discussion. This talk is part of the Innovations for Youth (i4Y) Child Marriage and Youth Empowerment Working Group speaker series to explore challenging questions related to child marriage and youth empowerment. Location: University Hall, Room 440 (with light refreshments). RSVP to i4Y@berkeley.edu. Stay tuned for future speaker information!

October 23, 2017

The Innovations for Youth (i4Y) Child Marriage and Youth Empowerment Working Group has begun a speaker series to explore challenging questions related to child marriage and youth empowerment. The first event is this Thursday, October 26th, 2:30-3:30pm, called 'Examining the relationship between schooling, early marriage, and pregnancy among adolescents in rural Honduras' presented by Erin Murphy-Graham, MSc, EdD, GSE and Alison Cohen, PhD, i4Y/SPH/GSE. Location: University Hall, Room 440 (with light refreshments). Presentations will last 20 minutes, followed by discussion. RSVP to i4Y@berkeley.edu.

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Innovations for Youth is a University of California, Berkeley center housed in the School of Public Health and affiliated with the Graduate School of Education and School of Social Welfare.