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African Youths & Socio-economic development in the 21st century
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Whoever tells you that socio-economic development in Africa is not possible in our generation is either not properly informed or has an exterior motive which is wholly against Africa’s socio-economic…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah Egbo Aug 15, 2013.

 

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Sovereign National Conference without representation of the Nigerian Youth going on in Nigeria

Sovereign National Conference without any representation of the Nigerian Youth going on in Nigeria.  Sceptic as to what the result of the conference will be. Any such dialogue in Nigeria or in any part of the world without proper representation of youth, the most active component in any polity, is bound to fail. – Amb. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-KaluSee More
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MANUFACTURING: THE NEED FOR A DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC PLAN FOR NIGERIA by Engr. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu

Manufacturing is the magic wand of successful economies in continents like Europe, Asia and the USA. A country without a solid manufacturing base is doomed in today’s world. Increased export and huge earnings can be made possible through manufacturing. Financial Liquidity for investing in other sectors of economies like education, infrastructure development, health, etc can be realized from earnings s from manufacturing. This thus frees economies from immense complexities of borrowing and…See More
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India's Mars Mission and Developmental Priorities by Engr. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu

India's first Mars mission. Space programs are indeed a thing of pride for the 21st century. But there are strategic questions, chief among these is, what type of Space Programs? For Developing countries, Space Programs should reflect developmental needs, ie. if governments intend spending on space missions, which are usually expensive, let it be space missions that will have positive return effects to developmental needs, enabling space act as a complementing tool for developmental plans.…See More
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India's Mars Mission and Developmental Priorities by Engr. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu

India's first Mars mission. Space programs are indeed a thing of pride for the 21st century. But there are strategic questions, chief among these is, what type of Space Programs? For Developing countries, Space Programs should reflect developmental needs, ie. if governments intend spending on space missions, which are usually expensive, let it be space missions that will have positive return effects to developmental needs, enabling space act as a complementing tool for developmental plans.…See More
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IYC Policy Unit Working Group - Start-Off Phase 2

Phase 2 of the sitting of the Working Group on Development, Environment, Agriculture, Democracy & Governance of the Policy Unit of the IYC commenced this Month.This Phase will be centered on the following developmental themes: Education and Health. How can we better Education and Health in our world especially in developing countries. How can we help in eradicating illiteracy in our world. We live in a world where Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) have even removed barriers…See More
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Deborah Egbo replied to Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu's discussion African Youths & Socio-economic development in the 21st century
"African countries are presently undergoing social-economic development irrespective of how slow it seems regardless of what is being said or has been said about the role of the youth in the development process. I think it should be a question of…"
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What Country are you from?
Nigeria, living in Germany & Switzerland
What is your Age?
34
What is your gender?
Since 2012
Chair,
IYC Policy Unit Working Group on Development, Environment, Agriculture, Governance & Democracy,
Global Issues Department
International Youth Council (IYC)

Since 2013
Award Recipient & Member, Crans Montana Forum of New Leaders for Tomorrow - Crans Montana Forum, Switzerland

Since 2012
Vice President & Partner at Circle Consortium, Germany & Switzerland
www.circleconsortium.de

Since 2009
Principal Investigator (PI) for the European Space Agency (ESA) www.esa.int

Since 2013
Ehrenamtlicher und Consultant beim Sozialadienst für Flüchtlinge und Asylsuchende, Innere Mission München(Diakonie in München & Oberbayern e.V)/Honorary Volunteer & Consultant at the Social Office for Refugees and Asylum Seekers, Inner Mission Munich (Diakonie in Munich and the State of Bayern, Germany)
www.im-muenchen.de


BEng Computer Engineering/Artificial Intelligence
How do you want to get involved?
Connect with other global-minded leaders, Start/Join a IYC Chapter, Contribute Knowledge and/or Resources, Support a Social Cause, Learn about Best Practices for Development
What other organizations are you involved with?
Government of Germany, Nigeria and other African countries, NGOs, The European Union, African Union, ECA and the United Nations, International Trade, Foreign Relations & Diplomacy, Renewable Technology Development in Third World Countries, Macroeconomics, Oil and Gas Marketing Industry, Information & Communications Technology Industry.
What issues are important to you?
Education, Media, Environment, Sustainability, Youth Empowerment, Leadership, Policy

Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu's Blog

Sovereign National Conference without representation of the Nigerian Youth going on in Nigeria

Posted on March 27, 2014 at 8:07am 0 Comments

Sovereign National Conference without any representation of the Nigerian Youth going on in Nigeria.  Sceptic as to what the result of the conference will be. Any such dialogue in Nigeria or in any part of the world without proper representation of youth, the most active component in any polity, is bound to fail. – Amb. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu

Recent US Energy Policy, energy independence and benefits to the US economy

Posted on February 7, 2014 at 7:55am 0 Comments

The smart energy policy of the Obama administration, to look inwards and generate its own oil and gas is indeed a policy to applaud. Though through fracking, with its huge environmental concerns, this policy will help the USA among other benefits achieve energy independence and increased energy security. The policy can possibly make the USA become the largest oil and gas producer. There are also very interesting foreign policy benefits here. The United States ability to…

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AFRICAN WOMAN LEADER TO SUPERVISE DEMOCRATIC TRANSITION IN THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC - NEED FOR INCREASED ENTRY OF AFRICAN WOMEN IN AFRICAN POLITICS

Posted on January 23, 2014 at 7:17am 0 Comments

The appointment of an African woman, Catherine Samba-Panza to supervise the transition to democratic rule and stability in the Central African Republic (C.A.R) is indeed a welcome development. At least let us encourage African women politicians to see if they can better what our selfish men leaders have failed to achieve in Africa. Entry of women in African politics should be encouraged. We want more of this in African politics. – Amb. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu, IYC Policy Unit

MANUFACTURING: THE NEED FOR A DIVERSIFIED ECONOMIC PLAN FOR NIGERIA by Engr. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu

Posted on November 23, 2013 at 5:12am 0 Comments

Manufacturing is the magic wand of successful economies in continents like Europe, Asia and the USA. A country without a solid manufacturing base is doomed in today’s world. Increased export and huge earnings can be made possible through manufacturing. Financial Liquidity for investing in other sectors of economies like education, infrastructure development, health, etc can be realized from earnings s from manufacturing. This thus frees economies from immense complexities of borrowing and…

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At 8:30am on November 20, 2012, Daniel A. Edoho said…

Thank you Ndubuisi.

At 6:49pm on November 17, 2012, Robert Omali said…

Thanks. Will put in my best.

At 9:53am on November 16, 2012, Duru Samuel Azubuike said…

I'm glad to be part of this wonderful global youth platform. A million thanks to you my brother for inviting me. And I will surely learn here, share and exchange ideas, and ultimately contribute significantly.  

At 11:20pm on November 2, 2011, Iroh Faithful Uzochi said…
pls go to chapters and join Nigerian chapter if you have not.you are welcome.thanks, Iroh Faithful 08068548731 Nat Sec IYC-NG
 
 
 

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