Adolescents and young people

Selected resources

Greene, Margaret E. and Irit Houvras. Forthcoming. “Policy Development Supporting Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health: Nine Countries’ Experiences.” New York: UNFPA.

Greene, Margaret E. and Thomas W. Merrick. 2015. A Business Case for Investing in Research on Adolescent Access to and Use of Contraception. Washington, DC: Alliance for Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health.

Svanemyr, Joar, Avni Amin, Omar J Robles and Margaret E. Greene. 2015. Creating an Enabling Environment for Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health: A framework and promising approaches. Journal of Adolescent Health 56(1S): S7-S14. See related blog post here.

Greene, Margaret E., Jill Gay, Gwendolyn Morgan, Regina Benevides, Fariyal Fikree. 2014. Reaching Young First-Time Parents for the Healthy Spacing of Second and Subsequent Pregnancies. Washington, DC: Evidence to Action Project.

Greene, ME, OJ Robles, K Stout and T Suvilaakso. 2012. A Girl’s Right to Learn Without Fear: Working to End Gender-Based Violence at School. Toronto: Plan Canada.

Greene, Margaret E., and Andrew Levack. 2010. Synchronizing Gender Strategies: A Cooperative Model for Gender Transformation. Washington, DC: Population Reference Bureau

Greene, Margaret E., Anjala Kanesathasan, Gwennan Hollingworth and Eve Goldstein-Siegel. 2010. On the Map: Charting the Landscape of Girl Work. Washington, DC: International Center for Research on Women.

Greene, Margaret E., Laura Cardinal and Eve Goldstein-Siegel. 2010. Girls Speak: A New Voice in Global Development. Washington, DC: ICRW.

Greene, Margaret E., and Tom W. Merrick. 2010. “Adolescent Sexual Activity and Childbearing in Developing Countries: 
Recent Evidence of the Impact on Health and Development Outcomes.” Paper prepared for World Bank strategy on reproductive health. Washington, DC: World Bank.

Levine, Ruth Cynthia B. Lloyd, Margaret E. Greene and Caren Grown. 2009. Girls Count: A Global Investment and Action Agenda. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development.

Selected presentations

Addressing Social Constructs to Improve Adolescent Health (Webinar). Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC, February 2012.

The Girl Effect (Keynote addess). General Federation of Women’s Clubs, Cleveland, Ohio, June 2009.