Monthly Archives: July 2018


Working with the UN Major Group on Children and Youth

By | July 29th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

(Please note that some of Moa's comments below are personal opinions and do not represent UN MGCY, but the facts on how MGCY is structured and how to engage with it is in line with the UN process.) Paul Shaw (NAYD Steering Group) Welcome to our latest Open Forum meeting in the CFP chat group. [...]

In Conversation with Eve de la Mothe Karoubi, Manager UN SDSN

By | July 20th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul (NAYD Steering Group Lead) Welcome to our latest Open Forum meeting. I am very happy to introduce our guest today, Eve de la Mothe Karoubi, Manager of the UN's Sustainable Development Solutions Network. Eve was particularly interested to read your June task comments about issues affecting youth-led sustainable development in your respective countries as [...]

In Conversation with Ediola Pashollari, Secretary General of the World Assembly of Youth

By | July 5th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul  (NAYD Steering Group lead) Welcome to another CFP meeting. Our guest today is Ediola Pashollari, This is an open forum meeting so this is your chance to engage with Ediola over the next hour. Thanks for joining us Ediola. You're a very busy lady, it seems to me constantly travelling around the world. Can you [...]

What is the “Anglophone Problem”?

By | July 2nd, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Dr. NSOH Christopher Senior Lecturer Department of Political Science, Faculty of Laws and Political Science University of Yaounde II What is the “Anglophone Problem”? This is an ethno-national dispute originating from two phases-the de jure and de facto. It came about from state building where two entities-The Republic of Cameroon (La Republique du [...]

July 2018: Organization of the Month


Together for Women and Children (TOWOC) Cameroon Introduction A TOWOC leadership conference TOWOC was founded by a group of gender specialists, social workers, and young women who were concerned with the plight of the rural communities. Specifically, they were concerned with minority groups such as widows, teenage mothers, displaced women and their families, [...]