Check out all the 9th UNESCO Youth Forum photos and videos on the links below :
Pictures Before the Youth Forum (25/10/15)
Pictures DAY 1 (26/10/15)
Pictures DAY 2 (27/10/15)
Pictures DAY 3 (28/10/15)
Author – Yeshna
We protest and march with candles in our hands, anger in our heart and hope in our eyes. We ‘like, post, reblog,’ and ‘retweet’ messages against gender inequality online. We watch documentaries, movies, real-life stories, based on these issues.
But is there a country in the world that has achieved complete gender equality ?
Desperation and boredom add to the pressure that displaced teens living in temporary collective shelters experience on a daily basis. Often feeling marginalized and insignificant and having lived through intense traumas Palestine refugee teens living in UNRWA shelters voiced their desire to be heard and to share their experiences with their parents and communities. In […]
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon commemorated the fifth anniversary of the UN Academic Impact and lauded the contributions made by the initiative in providing the world with ideas for some of its most pressing problems.
“Over the past five years, I have been impressed by the growth of the Academic Impact and the dedication of its […]
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) concluded a series of workshops training over 100 Iraqi youth on creativity and innovation in transforming ideas into businesses and social projects.
As part of UNDP’s Innovation for Development initiative and in collaboration with Zain Iraq, the workshops were held in Baghdad (1-3 October), Basra (15-17 October) and Erbil (29-31 […]
“I had a dream since I was 10 years old to open my own sewing shop one day. I’ve always considered myself as an artist in sewing, but I never knew how to pursue my dream,” said Aya, a 19-year-old woman from Salhieh/Mafraq Governorate in Jordan.
Aya was helping her mother in sewing clothes and selling […]
Two in three young workers in Sub-Saharan Africa are living on less than US$2 a day, says Sara Elder, Chief Technical Advisor of the ILO’s Work4Youth project. While attending The MasterCard Foundation’s first “Young Africa Works Summit”, in Cape Town in October 2015, Sara Elder stressed the urgency to invest in policies directed to scale […]
Checkout the Final Report of the Global Forum on Youth, Peace and Security! Here or click photo below: http://ow.ly/UxfVX
UNRWA Rehabilitation centre for the visually impaired launches pilot karate training for students – building self-confidence through sport
In August 2015, for the first time the UNRWA Rehabilitation Centre for the Visually Impaired (RCVI), in partnership with the al-Mashtal sports club in Gaza city, launched a pilot karate training for eight visually impaired students aimed at establishing the first Palestinian karate team that includes children with special needs.
“Sports training for children is an […]
Youth using Music for successful UN Climate Change Conference – COP21
“Three awards, three continents”
GYMC15 Online Voting Award Winner:
“Sahabat Alam” (Friends of Nature) – Adeline Suwana, Sahabat Alam, Indonesia, Link to the video: wshe.es/jSmGtCet
GYMC15 Jury Award Winner:
“Speak for the Trees” – Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, Earth Guardians, United States, Link to the video: wshe.es/NDNcT7GH
GYMC15 Jury Special Recognition […]