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close this folderChapter 10: Young People, with a Focus on AdolescentsFootnote 1
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1 While it is clear that there are many factors other than chronological age that defines the period between childhood and adulthood, the following definitions are being used in the chapter: adolescence 10-19 years, youth 15-24 (this is the UN definition, although at country level this may include a much larger group), and young people, 10-24 years, a composite of both of the above.