The daily rising demand for both people and goods' mobility has resulted in the increasing levels of congestion on the road system, unacceptable loss of human lives resulting from transport-related…Continue
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Injustice of Poverty and Exclusion- Have Your Say NOTIFIED Here How important it is for you as Youth, to raise awareness and suggest ideas for measureable results and have your say to-'Ending the…Continue
Started Aug 24, 2012
500 delegates from 45 countries examined and exchanged views on evidence-based development solutions
"It is important to emphasize the positive contribution young migrants make to societies of origin, transit and destination – economically and by enriching the social and cultural fabric. Most work hard to earn a living and improve their circumstances. The remittances they send to support families in their home countries are a major contributor to economies worldwide."
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
The theme of International…Continue
For nearly 100 Hours- every 8 minutes or less, I felt 'a celebrity once again' as I hit the massive screens in Times Square, New York as a ‘Youth from U.A.E’.
My picture was up from 9th August until midnight 12th August –The International Youth Day.
In pursuit to celebrate International Youth Day 12th August, I chose to describe our generation in three words as-
12th Annual Youth Assembly at the United Nations,
held from August 7-9, 2013, at the United Nations HQ in New York
The Youth Assembly is a once in a lifetime opportunity for any young leader to learn about the United Nations and its work towards achieving the Millennium Development Goals.
Selected among few young leaders to serve as delegates who represented the International Youth Council, I was chosen in my capacity as Chapter Leader United Arab…Continue