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What do you think are the world's most important political issues? Is the age old Israel Palestine issue? Or the war on terror? Leave your opinions below!

Started by Aneri Shah in P.O.V.. Last reply by Keila LaBelle Jan 14.

African Youth Conference 8 Replies

Dear Association Leaders, The International Youth Council Cameroon Chapter wants to organiize an African Youth Conference, so we need youth representatives all over the continent that is the reason…Continue

Started by sone henry kwene in P.O.V.. Last reply by Micheal A. Ogunshola Jan 5.

Mentoring:Developing Value System 1 Reply

Its obvious that one potent tool to effect change in the society is a very strong value system. Africa as a case study, has a dwindling fortune when it comes to value system, thus making the culture…Continue

Started by Bamidele Gbenga in P.O.V.. Last reply by IYC Leadership Sep 29, 2014.

Filipino Youth in the UN Youth Assembly

A youth delegation must be established in the Republic of the Philippines. We must accord voice to the Filipino youth for they are the future of our nation. According to our national hero, Dr. Jose…Continue

Tags: united nations youth assembly, youth, youth assembly, united nations, un

Started by Jobel John Jagonoy Labang in Youth Assembly at United Nations Sep 26, 2014.

 

The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations is launching the 2014-2015 edition of the Youth Solidarity Fund

Click here to review the guidelines for application and download links for application form.

Meet Ahmad Alhendawi, IYC Co-Founder and UN Secretary General's Envoy for Youth

Learn more about the Envoy's Workplan for Youth.

IYC Announces Collaboration with Friendship Ambassadors Foundation

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Registration for the 2015 Winter Youth Assembly at the United Nations is now open

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2015 Winter Youth Assembly at the United Nations

February 11-12, 2015 | UN Headquarters, New York, USA

REGISTRATION FOR THE WINTER YOUTH ASSEMBLY AT THE UNITED NATIONS IS CLOSING SOON.

Join us in shaping the United Nations Post-2015 Development Agenda!

Don't miss the chance to connect with speakers, leaders, and opportunities at the Winter Youth Assembly at the United Nations.

Register today through January 15, 2015 to secure a spot at the most renowned and largest youth leadership event on the United Nations' calendar.

This winter, the YA@UN theme will be "Bridging the Gap between Youth Employment and Global Development". It is going to be one of the most compelling and exciting YA in memory and will take place on 11 and 12 February 2015 at United Nations Headquarters in New York City. 

The conference rooms at United Nations Headquarters, New York City in February will have very limited spaceTherefore we will once again evaluate applications and send official invitation letters on a first come, first served basis - as few as 100 delegate places remain. 

To register, please visit www.youthassembly.nyc or contact apply4ya@faf.org

Opportunities

At the Winter Youth Assembly, we help attendees diversify their skill sets and gain valuable insights that are essential for their future career paths and global development. For nearly 15 years, delegates have agreed that the UN experience, speakers, and related events at the Youth Assembly have been life-changing.

Undergraduates with an idea for a new social venture that needs funding and support will have the opportunity to participate in the Resolution Social Venture Challenge, brought to you by our partner  The Resolution Project.

Participants in the Resolution Social Venture Challenge will be required to participate in the first stage of the competition on Tuesday, February 10.
The full program for the Winter YA will be announced shortly.

For more info, please visit www.youthassembly.nyc.

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