Youth Envoy interview with UN Radio about the “Real shabab” of #Somalia

In Somalia the real "shabab", which means "youth" in Arabic, are the young people who are working to rebuild their country, not the Al Shabaab "radical extremist group". That's the view of Ahmad Alhendawi, the UN Secretary-General's Envoy on Youth who recently visited Somalia to reaffirm the support of the United Nations to youth development

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Youth activists help adolescents beat the odds in remote Vanuatu

FIJI, South Pacific – When Bobby Shing’s grandmother died in 2001, it was a turning point. The musician from Aneityum, one of the most remote islands of Vanuatu, was just a child at the time, but he had already fallen into substance abuse. The loss of his grandmother made him realize he wanted to do

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UNESCO Youth Photography Competition

  On the occasion of a new Education for All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report (GMR) to be published in April 2015, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has launched a photo contest for youth. The competition seeks submissions from youth aged 18-30 which illustrate the theme of the upcoming report, “Progress in education

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