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HLPF, SDGs anniversary and Faces of Inequality Campaign

By | September 11th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Kyerewa Asamoah Sekpey, Africa Co-ordinator, Global Call to Action against Poverty Ingo Ritz, Director, Global Call to Action against Poverty Paul Welcome to our latest chat with guests Ingo and Kyerewa from White Band/Global Call to Action against Poverty (GCAP). As usual open forum format. Please feel free to ask questions [...]

In Conversation with Kalejaiye Olasunkanmi, CFP Nigeria

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

Kalejaiye Olasunkanmi Paul Welcome to our latest Open Forum meeting on the CFP chat. Our guest today is CFP for Nigeria, Kalejaiye Olasunkanmi. Thanks for offering to chat with us today Kalejaiye. Please introduce yourself and tell us what motivated you/your organisation to advocate for 'Primary Health Care under One Roof' Kalejaiye (CFP [...]

In Conversation with Dr Habsita Mahamat Abakar, DCFP Chad

By | August 28th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Dr Habsita Mahamat Abakar Paul Welcome to our latest Open Forum meeting on the CFP chat. Our guest today is DCFP for Chad, Dr Habsita Mahmat Abakar. Feel free to engage with her at any time. Thank you for giving up your time today Habsita. Please briefly introduce yourself and tell us what [...]

In Conversation with Wafa Hmadi, NAYD CFP Tunisia

By | August 19th, 2018|IN CONVERSATION WITH|

Paul Welcome to another Open Forum meeting on the CFP chat. I am delighted to welcome our guest today, Wafa Hmadi, NAYD CFP for Tunisia. Please feel free to ask questions and engage in conversation with her at any time. Thank you for giving up your time today Wafa. Why you are motivated by environmental [...]

A Statement by NAYD on International Youth Day August 12 2018

By | August 12th, 2018|INSPIRE|

What does a safe space mean for you as a young person? An environment that is conducive enough for the development of a youth Schools as safe spaces for youth to learn and build their skills For girls and young women it means access to social spaces, technological spaces, and political spaces An environment that [...]

Working with the UN Major Group on Children and Youth

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

Moa M Herrgård, organising Partner, Focal Point to the United Nations Inter-Agency Network on Youth Development (IANYD). (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 [...]

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

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

Eve de la Mothe Karoubi Manager UN SDSN eve.delamothekaroubi[at]unsdsn.org 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 [...]

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

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

Ediola Pashollari, the Secretary General of World Assembly of Youth. 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 [...]

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 [...]

Youth Led Activism in Nambia

By | May 30th, 2018|INSPIRE|

Desire U Kamboua, NAYD CFP Namibia INTRODUCTION Namibia is a country with diversity not only in its resources but also in its people. There are 13 regions in the country. This creates disparity as well.  Amongst not only the people but the youth led projects as well. The country’s focal point seems to [...]

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