UN Women developed the study Assessing the Impact of COVID-19 on Young Women Peacebuilders (March 2022), which sought to understand the extent to which the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted young women peacebuilders and their work to build and sustain peace in complex contexts. The study highlights key challenges caused by the pandemic, including governments closing civic spaces; the digitalization of peacebuilding work with further increases the digital divide; and the impact of the pandemic on jobs and livelihoods, challenging young women peacebuilders’ capacity for volunteer work. Among the key recommendations made to the UN Agencies, Funds and Programmes, the study highlights the need for practitioners to pay specific attention on nurturing and supporting young women peacebuilders and young women-led organizations, through accessible and flexible funding; paid peacebuilding opportunities; and accessible, in-person capacity-building and learning opportunities.