Global Youth Forum in Bali

29 Oktober, 2012 | Source: ICPD Youth

The ICPD Beyond 2014 Review is an opportunity to influence the future of global population and development policy at national, regional and global levels. It provides a once in a generation chance to define what needs to be done to deliver a more equal, more sustainable world for the 7 billion people - and more - who share it.

 

Forty-three percent of the world’s population is currently under 25 - and the number of young people is rising fastest in those parts of the world with the lowest economic growth.  The ICPD Programme of Action made the needs of youth a priority and yet in all countries of the world, progress on youth issues is lagging.

Today’s youth are more connected and tuned in to the world than any generation before. They are growing up fast, in a world that is changing even faster. Fortunately for all of us, young people see the challenges before them in fresh ways and are responding with enthusiasm and imagination. Young people have the potential to transform the social and economic fortunes of their communities, particularly in least developed countries.

With the right investments, today’s young people can reach their full potential as individuals, leaders and agents of progress.  And the world clearly needs their energy, their participation and their skills. But delivering that transformation takes partnership action on health, education, employment, sexual and reproductive health and a commitment to real civic engagement.

Depsite their enormous stake in the future, youth voices have not been part of the mainstrean development debate. The ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Youth Forum, in Bali from Dec 4-6 2012 aims to address this. Through a partnership of UN agencies, young people, civil society and the private sector the Forum aims to translate the participatory goals of the 1994 International Conference on Population and Development into a sustainable youth advocacy movement.

Led by young people for young people and contributing directly to the process of defining future development goals, the Global Youth Forum will give young people a stronger voice.  Over 900 delegates will agree on global recommendations for action on five crucial issues:

  • Staying healthy
  • Comprehensive education
  • Transitions to decent employment for youth
  • Sexuality, families and rights
  • Fully inclusive civic participation

The ICPD Beyond 2014 Global Youth Forum will take place at the Bali Nusa Dual Convention Center, Bali, Indonesia from 4-6th December.

To register for to be a delegate, click here.

Can′t make it to Bali? You can be part of the Global Youth Forum wherever you are.

If you can′t get to the Forum in Bali, you will still have the chance to fully participate as a Global Youth Forum virtual delegate. Virtual delegates can be younger - registrations are open to young people aged 14-25. Visit www.icpdyouth.org to register, once approved you will receive log in instructions and can start to connect, advocate and join a global conversation on the key issues for youth. During the Forum you will be able to follow broadcasts online and submit your recommendations via the virtual delegate platform.

for more information, please visit:

http://www.icpdyouth.org
http://icpdbeyond2014.org

 

 

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