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Mar
24
Tue
2020
Raise Your Voice – A crash course on Effective Youth Advocacy @ Hall (tbc)
Mar 24 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Raise Your Voice – A crash course on Effective Youth Advocacy @ Hall (tbc)

The current generation of young people is faced with a world of unlimited potential: it is a world of expanding connectivity, enhanced mobility and unprecedented technological progress. However, the world is also challenging to navigate –young people are facing enormous challenges due to globalization, displacement, shrinking civic space, changing labour markets and the impact of climate change. That is why UNICEF launched Generation Unlimited (GenU), a global multi-sector partnership to meet the urgent need for expanded education, training and employment opportunities for young people, aged 10 to 24, on an unprecedented scale.

GenU’s mission is to co-create and support investment opportunities, programmes and innovations at a large scale, all the while keeping young people at heart of the partnership. Because young people viscerally understand the challenges that they face and have the ambition to come up with the most relevant solutions. A big part of our work is helping ensure that young people have the skills to advocate for their needs in a manner that is engaging, impactful and long-lasting because once young people learn how to best capture an audience and open their minds towards the challenges they are facing in terms of lack of labor market skills, lack of quality education, lack of access to jobs, lack of entrepreneurship opportunities and lack of civic engagement, then there will be real hope for the future.

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Role of Non Formal Education in Peace, Political and Socio-Economic Development @ Hall (tbc)
Mar 24 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Role of Non Formal Education in Peace, Political and Socio-Economic Development @ Hall (tbc)

More information about this side event will be available soon!

The First African Youth Solidarity Forum, the Role of Cultural Dialogue Among Youth in Building Peaceful Societies @ Hall (tbc)
Mar 24 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
The First African Youth Solidarity Forum, the Role of Cultural Dialogue Among Youth in Building Peaceful Societies @ Hall (tbc)

In the prelude of the 4th Pan African Youth Conference on African Unity and Development and the Annual General Assembly Meeting of the African Youth Commission (AYC), which is scheduled to take place from 23-27 March 2020 in Nairobi, Kenya under the theme:” Beyond All Talks, Youth as Drivers of Africa’s Peace, Political and Socio-Economic Development”. The ICYF will organize The First African Youth Solidarity Forum, on the role of Cultural dialogue among youth in building peaceful societies. The decision of “African Youth Solidarity Forum” was adopted in the 3rd Islamic Conference of Youth and Sports Ministers, held in October 2016 in Istanbul. ICYF was mandated to pursue and implement programs in the domain of intercultural dialogue, cultural rapprochement and diversity including youth solidarity programs.

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