Monthly Archives: January 2012

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National Engagement Report on Economic Justice 30th Nov – 1st Dec 2011

By | January 31st, 2012|INSPIRE|

The economy of nation or country is the source of its livelihood or demise and therefore a prerequisite to the very existence of any state. Generally, elementary economics have defined the subject matter as “Science which studies human behaviors as a relationship ends and scare means which have alternative uses”. It is against this background [...]

SEYCOHAIDS 2012 Conference Details and Application forms

By | January 30th, 2012|INSPIRE|

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME The SEYCOHAIDS 2012 Conference Programme seeks to promote scientific excellence and inquiry, encourage individual and collective action, foster multisectoral dialogue and constructive debate, and reinforce accountability amongst all stakeholders. Sessions will focus on the latest issues in HIV science, policy and practice and will also seek to share key research findings, lessons learned, [...]

ICASA 2011 Pre Conference Call to Action

By | January 28th, 2012|INSPIRE|

This call to action represents the commitments and expectations of over 300 young people from across Africa and the Diaspora who have met in Addis Ababa from the 1st to 3rdDecember 2011 for the ICASA Youth Preconference. Endorse the Africa Youth Charter as it provides a holistic approach in addressing the realities (opportunities and challenges) [...]

The Importance of Sex workers interventions; the case of TaYA

By | January 24th, 2012|INSPIRE|

In sub-Saharan Africa, sex workers have been especially heavily affected by HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), with levels of infection much higher than those among other groups of society. In Ethiopia, the first sera found to be HIV positive date back to 1984 and, by 1988, HIV prevalence among female sex workers /FSWs/ [...]

Youth Participation in Development Issues – Samuel Duru

By | January 3rd, 2012|INSPIRE|

“Change, yes we can!” has become the slogan of not only a successful campaign but also a message of hope at a time of national and global crisis. Of course, change for the sake of change is not enough. The goal and direction of that change is far more important. Youth must bring their wisdom [...]

Season’s greetings!

By | January 2nd, 2012|INSPIRE|

NAYD has become one of the strong voices of young people in Africa. The year 2011 has marked this. NAYD was involved in the African Youth Panel organized by the African Union Commission sometime in April to make preparation for the 17th ordinary session of the African Heads of State summit in Malabo, Equatorial Guinea [...]

A call for Correspondents!

By | January 2nd, 2012|INSPIRE|

Early Life Radio, an online platform for young people to share and voice issues in their environment, would like to call for Correspondents from all parts of the World. It has been nominated as the leader in the Media and Society Category of Young Achievers Awards 2011 (Uganda). Our Target is young people all over Africa, but [...]