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Thirty major companies have joined the campaign to get one million Syrian children into schools in neighbouring countries. The businesses taking part in the campaign include; Crescent Petroleum,...

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Mercy Corps has partnered with the Swedish Embassy in Liberia and Chevron to implement a new youth development program called Prospects. Prospects works with youth business, government, and...

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Last week Tanzania had an election where the incumbent party prevailed. With 60% of this years electorate under the age of 35, the negative uproar regarding the results came from Tanzania's youth...

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Al Jazeera and The Associated Press (July 26, 2015) -- The search for 43 missing college students in the southern state of Guerrero has turned up at least 60 clandestine graves and 129...

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Daniel Howden & Yiannis Baboulias, The Guardian (July 26, 2015) -- Sometimes Greece’s long crisis has been like a distant storm, an explosive light show whose full sound and fury takes longer...

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ICRC (July 2015) -- On 30 June, the Sudan People's Liberation Movement – North (SPLM-N) signed the 'Geneva Call's' Deed of Commitment for the Protection of Children, which aims to reduce the...

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United Nations Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon addressed the 15 member Security Council during a session on Maintenance of International Peace and Security. He delivered remarks on youth roles in...

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This blog post is featured as part of the AIYD Youth in Focus blog series Beyond Emergency: How Conflict Impacts Global Youth. ...

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This blog post is featured as part of the AIYD Youth in...

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November 26, 2015 to November 28, 2015

The 11th Conference of Youth will take place in France. Bigger than the former COY, its purpose is to present the youth voice just before the COP. Young people know about the limits of our model of society, and they are ready to start a paradigm shift to pave the way to a more sustainable and desirable society.

The International Youth...

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The Alliance for International Youth Development (AIYD) seeks new members to help us strengthen our community of practice and advocacy efforts on behalf of youth development. Please visit our Mission & Guiding Principles page to learn more about AIYD. You may also consult our FAQ page under Contact Us. We can also provide a Benefits of Membership overview upon request. If you believe your organization is a good fit for AIYD, please complete in full the membership form below and submit to ssladen@interaction.org. Please allow for three to five business days for a reply from our staff.

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