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Over the past year the Coppenhagen Consensus has engaged with young people throughout the world to discuss the path's toward youth development. The aim; being to hear from a broader range of...

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Nicole Goldin, CSIS (July 15, 2015)  -- Wednesday, July 15, marks the first World Youth Skills Day proclaimed by United Nations in December 2014. Amidst a global youth unemployment crisis that is...

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Anna Kramer, Oxfam America (July 10, 2015) -- It’s hard to believe that Malala Yousafzai is just 18. The education advocate and Nobel Peace Prize...

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World bank (July 15, 2015) -- 16-year-old Ilbija Sadiki is a third year student at a public vocational school in Skopje, the capital of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

His family...

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World Bank (July 15, 2015) -- Moussa, 19, never went to school.  She would like her three children to attend school but there isn’t one close enough to her village in Jangaba, Liberia. Alphanso,...

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Kagondu Njagi, Thomson Reuters Foundation (July 15, 2015) -- At 16 years of age, Nagirasia Lengima is already a mother of two. But parenthood doesn't stop her from indulging in her latest passion...

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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 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 Focus blog series Beyond Emergency: How Conflict Impacts Global Youth. Each week members of the...

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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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